The battle fought between TAAG workers and the new management of the country’s largest airline ended this Thursday, the 17th, according to the note in which the Kianda’s mail had access.
The communiqué informs that the Board of Directors of TAAG and the representatives of the workers, SINPROPNC (Provincial Union of Cabin Navigators) and SPLA (Union of Airline Pilots), signed an agreement that puts an end to the strike, which had beginning on the 8th of October this year, in Luanda.
“It is important to note that the conditions contained in the agreements with the unions are already in the operationalization and implementation phase, with the remuneration components applicable from the current month of November”, says the council, in a note sent to the Kianda’s mail🇧🇷
The document also emphasizes that the agreement also includes public transport, which will already be in force for employees assigned to the operational area, and also promises, by “January 2023”, for functional groups.
On the other hand, the council says that the negotiations were characterized by dialogue and agreement, with the parties assuming the commitment to hold regular meetings and joint participation in work teams for long-term solutions, such as the reform process.
However, the parties also recognize in the signed agreements the need to ensure the productivity and performance necessary for the sustainability of TAAG as a way of guaranteeing the conditions of the agreement, assures the note.