Ryanair employees in Belgium have warned that they may take action over the festive period.
Ryanair employees in Belgium – flight attendants, flight attendants and pilots – threaten to take action during the holiday season if the Irish low-cost carrier continues to break the law with no one doing anything. ACV Puls and CNE have written an open letter to this effect to Employment Ministers Pierre-Yves Derman and Judge Vincent Van Quickenborn.
“Since moving to Belgium, Ryanair has been constantly in violation of the law.”
Since moving to Belgium, Ryanair has continued to break laws.denounces Hans Elsen, permanent secretary of ACV Puls. He indicated that things may have improved in 2018 after the first strikes of the workers, and this without any help from the public authorities. However, the low-cost company continues to disrespect Belgian labor law “without anyone doing anything,” the union official notes with disappointment.
If the Social Inspection Services and the National Office of Social Security try to do their job by noting the violations, the deportation will not be taken up by the judicial authorities, criticizes, for his part, Didier Lippi, of the CNE, for whom this is “totally incomprehensible”. “The Charleroi business auditor, who is focused on the Ryanair dossier, said over the summer that he would move at the beginning of the school year … but we still don’t see anything coming,” laments the francophone permanent secretary. Last spring, Justice Minister Vincent Van Quickenborn announced this The prosecution was due to start a public action against Ryanair in Septemberwhich the English National Council, at the end of the summer, said it hoped would be able to cooperate.