- Air France-KLM will likely be back on the austerity plans which the airline group as at odds is hit with his staff. Bloomberg confirmed Sunday according to an insider to operate under the new CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac new strategy, called Trust Together.
The plans, which the French newspaper La Tribune reported already earlier presented is expected in November. In it, the focus would not only be on cost savings, but also to restore the bond of trust between management and staff, as well as the interrelationship between sister companies Air France and KLM.
Perform the plan of Janaillacs predecessor Alexandre de Juniac would this lapse, according to Bloomberg. This strategic direction is to blame for it has long been restless within the group. One of the low points below the Juniacs reign was the violent protest of employees of Air France in October last year when two directors was literally torn from the shirt body.
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Or the short-term prospect of a new vision for the governance stop in Paris even though it may bring more peace to be seen. The French CGT has last week called for a new series of work stoppages at Air France in September.
In the Netherlands threaten coming days new actions by the ground staff of KLM, due to dissatisfaction over a new collective agreement proposal. Monday expires strike ban imposed by the court in connection with the holiday crowds and increased terror threat. Union FNV has indicated possible on Monday to make further announcements.