Saturday, February 4, 2017

The danger of strikes at the four airports – ABC News

the Union Junit and the confederation of Norwegian enterprise Aviation meet at Riksmekleren at 10 Saturday morning. If they fail to reach an agreement by midnight, go bakkeansatte at the airports in Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger and Bodø strike from Sunday morning.

In just under 200 bakkeansatte be taken out in the strike if there is a breach in the negotiations, but according to Avinor, it is unclear how air traffic is being affected. According to the Junit will the strike affect both the check-in, ticket offices, ports and administration.

taken together, it is notified plassoppsigelse for nearly 500 employees at Norwegian airports.

- the Outlet can be changed before meklingsfristen go out, but it is this number we are sure now, ” said forhandlingssjef Bente Ørberg in Junit to NTB last week.

Far behind

Junit organize the employees of, among other Aircraft Ground Action and SAS Ground Action. These jobs with check-in and boarding.

the confederation of Norwegian enterprise reseller on behalf of a number of employers who are covered by the luftfartsavtalen.

Junit and the confederation of Norwegian enterprise Aviation, started negotiations in the middle of 2016, but it framforhandlede settlement was voted down by uravstemning in December.

- It has all the way been tough negotiations, and Junit has stretched itself far in the process. Members who are affected, have had to settle for low settlement in the last few years, and is far behind society at large. It is quite clear from Junits page that the members are tired stagnation, informs the trade union on their websites.

Salary and conditions

Forhandlingssjef Bente Ørberg informed to NTB last week that there is disagreement about both wages and working conditions.

- It especially applies to those who previously were employed at SAS Ground Action, which is sold to Widerøe. They find that their condition has become substantially worse after the transfer, ” says Ørberg.


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