EASYJET workers in Malaga have announced they are to strike ‘indefinitely’ from May 31.
The mega-strike, to start in the very early morning of May 31, will be a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week strike.
Easyjet, as one of the most profitable budget airlines in Europe, altered working plans for its Spanish workers as part of ‘viability plans’ that some employees claim make it easier to lay them off and increase profits.
Despite a €1 billion profit margin for EasyJet in 2015, the plans are squeezing Easyjet Handling Spain, a subsidiary, into taking strike action.
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