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Air traffic controllers threaten strike
The air traffic in our country soon flat? The staff of Skeyes, the former Belgocontrol, think of strike action. Today, there is "the talk of the last chance". Important bone of contention were the requests for parental leave.

The trade unions with Skeyes confirmed last night that today they are together with CEO Johan Decuyper. There reigns within the company for a long time disagreement. One of the most pressing issues on the agenda is the parental leave. This lapt Skeyes different legal rules to the boot. On applications for months no response, they are rejected or modified. In addition, there is pressure on the staff to have leave to sail or to shorten it, as witnesses, several air traffic controllers. They speak of emotional blackmail. ACV-Transcom accuses the company of schriftvervalsing on RVA-forms.

Skeyes says "all rules" to follow, "with respect for the continuity". The unions want the conversation today and later trade-union consultation is wait for them to decide on a strike notice. "But the readiness to actions is very large," says VSOA secretary Lennert Mervilde. "It is unacceptable that absolute rights are infringed." At ACV-Transcom sounds the same sound.

see ALSO: “’By you colleagues can not leave.’ So they put us under pressure”

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