Ryanair employees are once again calling on the company to “respect the labor law” – Liberation

Ryanair employees are once again calling on the company to "respect the labor law" - Liberation

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The Irish low-cost airline should record very strong activity this summer. Its employees went on strike across Europe to demand decent working conditions and higher wages.

Rome offered bread and games to the plebs, who demanded sandwiches and water from the Ryanair. Employees of the low-cost airline staged an extraordinary strike on June 24, 25 and 26 that stretched from France, through Spain and the United Kingdom to Italy, demanding better pay and working conditions. “We don’t ask Moon, they respect the labor law” : These are the words of SNPNC-FO (National Union of Commercial Flight Crew-Force Ouvrière) Deputy Secretary General Stéphane Salmon. He describes the flight time of stewards and hostesses who are paid minimum wage and have to buy their own bottled water and packed lunches… unreasonable prices that the Irish company charges passengers for a small extra. Hearing their first claim, union member F.O. They are now entitled to 2 liters of free water per flight, which was offered just before the strike began. “They told us it was a test.” Stefan Salmon laughs, bitterly. In particular, Ryanair should record better performance this summer than in 2019 before the Covid pandemic.

Among other requests: pay overtime, reimbursement…

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