Mexico City (Azucena Vásquez) – Aeroméxico Group search fire to 374 flight attendants represented by the Aviation Flight attendants Trade Union Association (ASSA) as part of its restructure. These crew members are additional to the 616 with whom he has already ended his employment relationship.
The union has already been notified of the lawsuit filed by the airline to terminate the Collective Bargaining Agreement and the request to the labor authority to conclude the employment relationship with these 374 surcharges, ASSA reported in an informative circular addressed to its 2,113 surcharges who still work for Aeroméxico.
According to the document signed by Ricardo Del Valle, general secretary of ASSA, those laid off will be covered with the provisions of article 436 of the Federal Labor Law, consisting of three months of salary and seniority bonus as of January 27 2021, the date on which the company will pay the compensation indicated for the termination of work due to force majeure declared by the federal government.
Last Monday, Aeroméxico asked the labor authorities to terminate the collective bargaining agreements with its pilots union and that of flight attendants, given their refusal to adjust their working conditions, an essential requirement to access the rest of the one billion loan. of dollars that it agreed with Apollo Global Management.
ASSA said they will evaluate the legal context in order to implement corresponding legal actions.
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