Airport security staff threaten to go on strikeMonday, 01 April 2019 18:22
Strike notice served one month ago by the unions in the airport security sector expires on Friday.
The management of companies that operate in the sector, mainly Securitas and Group 4, made proposals last week, particularly regarding staff in charge of the safety of passengers and luggage, but these do not go far enough, according to Mathieu London of the FGTB
For now, union representatives in the various airports are independently organising the actions that could be taken on Saturday.
However, unions and management are scheduled to meet on Thursday. Much will depend on any new proposals that management might come up with, and the unions’ responses to them.
The Brussels Times
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