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Ryanair cabin crew call for 'fair living wage' just weeks after airline signed recognition deal with UK union

Author: Independent, Published on: 5 July 2018

"Ryanair cabin crew call for 'fair living wage' in 34-point list of demands", 5 July 2018

[T]he airline’s cabin crew and ground staff have issued a list of 34 demands...

The “Ryanair Crew Charter”, which emerged from the meeting, contains demands from staff at the airline’s 86 bases in 21 countries...

Most of the document is concerned with cabin crew, and the top demand is: “A fair living wage that reflects the work we do”. Other key concerns are seniority pay, compensation for disrupted schedules, and an end to the extra costs incurred by cabin crew – including food and water on duty, and uniforms.” ...

The document hints at some of Ryanair’s employment practices. Staff say the airline should be working “towards the abolition of agency employment” ...

Last week, the airline signed a recognition deal with Unite covering all UK-based cabin crew it directly employs...

In a statement to The Independent, the airline said: "Ryanair is already engaged in extensive negotiations with national cabin crew unions across Europe during which all of these, and other issues, are being negotiated, and we have already concluded agreements in the UK and Italy.”

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