Ryanair employees in Belgium threaten to take action this holiday season if the Irish low-cost airline is badContinuing to flout the laws without anyone doing anythingwarned Monday through ACV Puls and CNE. The two Christian unions addressed an open letter to that effect to Labor Ministers Pierre-Yves Derman and Judge Vincent Van Quickenborn.
“Since settling in Belgium, Ryanair has continued to break laws“, deplores Hans Elsen, permanent secretary of the ACV Puls. Things may have improved in 2018 after the first strikes of the workers, and this without any help from the public authorities, he notes. With Belgian labor law “without anyone doing anything‘, notes, with a grimace, the guild official.
If the social inspection services and the ONSS try to do their job by noting the irregularities, the deportation will not be taken up by the judicial authorities, criticizing, for his part, Didier Lippi, of the CNE, for whom it is “completely incomprehensible“.