Anger is roaring at ADP (Aéroports de Paris).
Of the 6,300 employees, 700 demonstrated in Roissy on Friday morning.
They disrupted passenger access to the terminals.
The object of their discontent?
The management of this public group wants to remove or revise downwards a series of bonuses, in particular mileage allowances for the home-work trip.
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With this reform, which should be implemented in September, employees would see their remuneration cut by up to 8%. Above a loss of wages of 7%, the company undertakes to compensate. But in the event that this modification of the employment contract is refused, the employees may ultimately be dismissed.
Following this demonstration and the strike planned all weekend at the call of the CGT and the CFE-CGC (which for the moment has not resulted in the cancellation of flights), a new meeting between the management and unions is expected soon. Staff are very upset against these measures. Another mobilization is planned from July 1 to 5, the first big weekend of summer departures. For its part, the company justifies this plan by the need to save money in a context of a pandemic which is very penalizing for the group. In 2020, ADP recorded a 69.4% drop in traffic at Paris airports (Roissy and Orly). The group was in losses (1.2 billion euros) and saw its turnover fall by 54.5% to 2.1 billion
In this context, the unions had already accepted the principle of an RCC (collective contractual termination) proposed by management. 1150 employees are currently leaving the company with this system, 700 positions will not be replaced, and departures will be staggered between April and September.