Thus, the company's management proposal was rejected, with 615 votes against, six in favour, and one abstention, maintaining the possibility of moving forward with a five-day strike until January 31, as decided at the last SNPVAC meeting.
It should be recalled that the union carried out a strike by TAP crew members on the 8th and 9th of December, which led the airline to cancel 360 flights and had an estimated total impact of eight million euros.
O SNPVAC vai assim avançar com cinco dias de greve até 31 de janeiro. https://t.co/gI4e5j8WsA— SIC Notícias (@SICNoticias) December 29, 2022«
Don't strike for 5 days , make it meaningful ,, make it permenant , then everyone's happy .
By Jane Kilburn from Alentejo on 29 Dec 2022, 22:38