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Pilots and flight attendants accept the proposal and call off the strike - Economy

Pilots and flight attendants accept the proposal and call off the strike – Economy

The aviation sector was one of the sectors hardest hit by the crisis last year and has yet to fully recover. Pictured is Confins Airport (Photo: BH Airport / Divulgao)

Pilots and flight attendants called off the strike that was Scheduled for Monday (29/11). The decision was announced by the National Aeronautics Association (SNA), on Saturday (27/11/).
Voting for the category began at 10 pm yesterday and ended today at 2 pm. 53.68% of the support vote was registered on the proposal of the Supreme Labor Court (TST) to renew the collective labor agreement for ordinary aviation.

The union also reported that 45.56% of the vote opposed the proposal. They scored 0.76% of abstainers. In all, 6,956 crew members took part in the vote, which was conducted online.

“The VAT tax proposal provides for immediate adjustment of 75% of INPC over the last 12 months in the fixed and variable portion of salary; 100% of INPC in the past 12 months in national food stamps/roof diaries,” the union informed in the published statement. on his website. He concludes, “In addition, it provides for the complete renewal of other social clauses without change.”

Syndicate held live on the result of the vote. Watch below:

The category demanded a 15% salary increase, which was not adjusted last year due to the coronavirus crisis. The companies offered a 3% increase.

The aviation sector was one of the sectors hardest hit by the crisis in 2020 and has yet to fully recover. In order to survive the impact of the pandemic, companies have created unpaid leave programs – they have been gradually reduced.

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