The CGT and the CFE-CGC of Aéroports de Paris (ADP) have filed a strike notice for the weekend of June 18 to 20 to protest against the plan to adapt employment contracts (PACT) which should lead to salary cuts to deal with the Covid crisis.
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In addition to the strike in early July ...
A strike is already planned at the call of all unions from July 1 to 5, but "
the staff have indicated that they want to start actions now,
" said Daniel Bertone, secretary general of the CGT. A demonstration is also scheduled for Friday morning at terminal E. "
It is above all the fire brigade and airport security sector
" which wishes to carry out actions before the month of July "
but in engineering everyone agrees
», Clarified Daniel Bertone.
The PACT project plans to remove certain bonuses "
which will lead to the fact that by 2023, a certain number of people could lose between 1, 2, 7% at the most of their remuneration
", indicated the CEO of ADP Augustin de Romanet on Saturday on Europe 1. The trade unions evoke cuts in income of up to "
one month's salary
" and constrained geographic mobility. In the event of a refusal, employees are liable to dismissal as part of a job protection plan (PSE) that the trade unions are also contesting. In December, they signed an agreement for a collective contractual termination (RCC) resulting in 1,150 departures, of which 700 were not replaced.
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It is above all the operating personnel
" responsible for the movement of passengers, traffic or security "
who have a lot to lose in this story,
" explains Rachid Eddaidj, of the CFE-CGC.
These are generally staff who work staggered hours
," he explains.
They are therefore obliged to come to work by car and would be particularly affected by the abolition of the kilometer allowance.
Asked about Europe 1 to know if the strike movement was going to cause disruption while the airline sector is returning to France, Augustin de Romanet replied that he would "
make every effort to ensure that the answer is no
". This summer, ADP hopes to welcome 14 million passengers on its Orly and Roissy platforms.