Twitter: From user 'Little Mo With the Gimpy Leg ??'
@cutiemcfruity Really depends on the providers and circumstances, they all vary! With Ryanair you need to have all… https://t.co/lvotQZDd1p
Twitter: From user 'ideivis'
RT @sepla_pilotos: Sepla - Ryanair, Europe’s Cut-Price Behemoth, Agrees to Recognize Pilot Unions for First Time https://t.co/HweFt2N01t
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Twitter: From user 'Nic Kimberley'
RT @HR_TIHR: What Ryanair's recognition of unions means for the future of the airline https://t.co/MwYGpf76vq via @ConversationUK
Twitter: From user 'Bob Lister'
Ryanair bosses 'don't treat crew like humans', say staff
Alright to treat passengers as cattle? https://t.co/MmOYhCtG3q
Ryanair to meet with union today to avoid tomorrow's pilot strike action - SHEmazing
Today, Ryanair will meet with a workers union in a move that is historic for the company. Today marks the first-ever meeting with a union since the airline was founded over three decades ago. Ryanair staff have planned strike action for tomorrow ...
Irish pilot union suspends strike ahead of Ryanair talks - Alive For Football
The union has agreed to meet Ryanair management on Tuesday evening, but says it is available to meet sooner. However, a majority of pilots used by the airline in Ireland are not directly employed by the company. They also asked management to release ...
Twitter: From user '#Irishbiz'
Ryanair to hold meeting with union for first time https://t.co/DJDBWe11Or #Irishbiz #Ireland
Ikea, Uber, Toyota: Everything that matters this morning - Marketing Week
After Apple and Amazon, it's now Ikea's turn to be investigated by the European Commission. The Swedish furniture giant has one division based in the Netherlands, which the Commission says may have been given unfair tax breaks by the Dutch government ...
Michael O'Leary to leave Ryanair in 14 months: analyst - BreakingNews.ie
In September, Ryanair admitted a failed pilots' roster had led to it cancelling 20,000 flights and forced it to offer pilots large bonuses of over €10,000 to keep many other planes flying. The bargaining power of the fledgling unions was boosted, and ...