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Acas to help with Thomas Cook cabin crew dispute
November 13th, 2011 by elisa

Unite has asked for the dispute between Thomas Cook and its cabin crew to go to Acas (Advisory, conciliation and arbitration service).

Following talks in Manchester, Unite regional officer Mick Whitley said: “We are waiting to hear from Thomas Cook if it wishes to go down the Acas route, which is allowed for in the agreement Unite has with the company.”

The dispute is over 500 cabin crew who face losing their jobs, Unite has requested a minimum of three weeks per year plus a £5,000 lump sum redundancy payment package, whereas Thomas Cook is only offering two weeks per year pay.

Read more about the dispute on the previous post here.

 

 


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