It would take until the clock 23 on the Thursday evening before all the text in the comprehensive agreement was worked through, and the SAS was able to go out and announce that the conflict was over.
" We are pleased that the conflict is over and that our members can go back to work and do what they are good at. It has been a long and arduous negotiation, which began on 11 march, says Jesper Olsson, vice president of the Swedish pilotförening.
his members have had an agreement where one is able to focus on the issues that were important to them.
– We have received back an agreement that the employer said at the end of the year and that has been around since the beginning of the 00's. We understand that the use of subcontractors sometimes. But we must have a sensible balance, and we have found back to.
it is easier for the pilots to plan their time, " says Jesper Olsson:
– It is above all about job security and that we have been able to work with predictability in scheduling. And even a small salary adjustment that we are happy with.
" We are also pleased with the framework we have found and believe that our members can now feel a greater job security and that they are a part of the group's future. I think we have come out well out of this round of negotiations, " says Jesper Olsson, vice president pilotföreningen.
– We want to be with and create a profitable and successful SAS.
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