New social unrest at Belgian air navigation service provider “skeyes”

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Social discontent is back at Belgian air navigation service provider skeyes. According to the unions, management did not respect the terms of agreements during the Covid-19 crisis with regard to, for example, manning, working from home or schedules. Management is also accused of modifying the terms of labour agreements without consultations.

The three trade unions (SLFP/VSOA, ACV/CSC Transcom and ACOD/CGSP) threaten to file a strike notice if management persists. However, they hope it will not be necessary to go that far: a meeting is scheduled for this Friday with the CEO Johan Decuyper.

And if a strike notice were to be filed, a conciliation procedure would automatically follow. Passengers and freight forwarders should, therefore, not yet fear disruption of air traffic.

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