Wednesday May 27, 2020

LRC intervenes in Aer Lingus cabin crew dispute

UPDATE: The Labour Relations Commission has intervened in the dispute between Aer Lingus and cabin crew represented by trade union IMPACT, it said in a statement this afternoon.

5th November, 2013
Aer Lingus has reported a 4.4 per cent rise in its operating profit for the third quarter.

The Labour Relations Commission has intervened in the dispute between Aer Lingus and cabin crew represented by trade union IMPACT, it said in a statement this afternoon.

The trade union has said that the staff have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action in a dispute that centre on new rostering arrangements and plans by Aer Lingus to close its 200-strong cabin crew base at Shannon airport. A trade union spokesman had been reported as saying that...

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