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Old 29th Jul 2018, 08:42
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mik3bravo
 
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Originally Posted by Reacher19 View Post
Mik3bravo youíve obviously never dealt with Ryanair management then or been an employee. Itís very easy to say what should happen but youíre not dealing with a rational employer. The sheer numbers involved (pilots and cabin crew) at present in the majority of jurisdictions should be giving you an idea of the scale of the issues.

Unfortunately any strike in deepest darkest winter would be futile and the company would easily cover the lines of flying affected. Sometimes the only way is strike action in peak season; yes the consequences could be reduced bookings but letís not assume that would be a bad thing as it could lead to whole scale change within the airline and a better employer in the future.
According to latest news on Sky, RTE, or BBC none are reporting latest update on this dispute. RTE Business section has the same article since Friday neither of the other two have any articles specific to the dispute. Only airline news being the weather disruption impacting the UK schedules now.

Agree to disagree but using the long established official dispute resolution procedures such as the Workplace Relations is the only way to resolve this dispute.

Minister for Transport will not interfere but their department will undoubtedly encourage both sides to get into the official dispute resolution mechanism provided by the Irish State.
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