the baggage-porters in the 2017 participated in a wildcat walkout in a couple of hours, punished their employer them too hard.
It costs now SAS 100,000 dollars in fines, according to a judgment of the Labour court.
instead of only to pull the striking employees in wages, depriving them also of their fryns - a scheme with the offer of airline tickets, which the staff has had in more than four decades.
The concept is that employees can buy airline tickets for the empty seats, there had to be at the flyafgangene, for a significantly reduced price. The scheme, which today is termed the ID-ticket policy (ed. ID-billetordningen), also includes ID-tickets from the some other airlines, SAS has a cooperation agreement with.
the Tickets are not taxable, and ca. 80 percent of the around 13,000 employees availing of the scheme.
The popular system was, however, involved for the luggage-porters, who had participated in a walkout at two hours.
According to the judgment, the abused SAS Ground Handling, which is a subsidiary of the SAS Group, however, its ledelsesret. An employer must, according to the Labour court does not impose its own penalty system.
the Judgment is a victory, for which we are very satisfied with. The beats real, that it is only the Labour law, which sets penalties at the overenskomststridige work stoppages. No other!, says lawyer Rune Asmussen from The key organization, which has led a case in the Labour court on behalf of 3F, according to The main organisation.
the Verdict may not be appealed, and SAS Ground Handling Denmark A/S shall, within 14 days after the delivery of the judgment to pay 100,000 to Professional Common Confederation.
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