Aéroports de Paris July 1-5 strike: Planes 'delayed at the latest', CEO says

Holidays – The first weekend of great summer excursions will be marked by a strike by employees of the Aéroports de Paris (ADP) group, who are protesting against their low wages. CEO Augustin de Romani, who was invited on RTL on Tuesday, assured that everything would be done “so that no plane was cancelled”.

Opposing wage cuts, employees of the Aéroports de Paris (ADP) group will strike from July 1-5. ADP CEO Augustin de Romanet, invited Tuesday morning on RTL, assured that everything will be done إنجاز ‘So that no plane is cancelled’This period coincides with the first weekend of the main summer departure. “This is a strike by the personnel on the ground and our efforts will be aimed at ensuring that aircraft are delayed at most” and that movement “Doesn’t stop you from leaving”, He said. “There is no doubt that we will have inconvenience to passengers beyond what could reasonably be expected.”, he added.

Rediscovering the ‘extraordinary social model of ADP’

All of the group’s unions are calling for the withdrawal of the Employment Contract Amendment Scheme (PACT), which the CSE voted against on May 21 and which provides for the cancellation of some bonuses. In the event of rejection, employees are subject to dismissal through the Employment Protection Scheme (PSE). This plan aims to “Rediscovering the ADP’s Exceptional Social Model”, While“ADP” was hit by an unprecedented catastrophe in the history of airports: 80% of the turnover “ Lost in 2020, Augustin de Romani witnesses on RTL.

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Although he considers this strike movement “Lawful”, CEO wants employees A solidarity effort with a red line and no forced separation. To compensate for the group’s losses, Augustin de Romani sees three solutions: “Either I pay the taxpayer, or I pay the salary to the passengers, or I demand a solidarity effort without dismissal. This is the path I have chosen.” He promised that wage cuts in excess of 7% would be offset. “88% of our employees will not lose more than 4%” of their wages.

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The entire air transport sector has been affected by the traffic collapse caused by the health crisis, with ADP Group losing 1.17 billion euros in 2020 and committing to reduce its workforce by 11%. “When traffic resumes, there is no reason why ADP employees cannot find their (social) model.”, its chief executive confirmed again on Tuesday.

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