Staff at easyJet opt for TGWU

easyJet cabin crew and baggage handlers are to be represented by the Transport
and General Workers’ Union.

In a
recent ballot the staff overwhelmingly voted for the union.

Morris, T&G general secretary said: "This is a tremendous result which
will be of benefit to staff and company alike.

are determined that the agreement should herald a new phase in the development
of easyJet and its workforce."

agreement covers around 600 staff at Luton, Liverpool, Manchester, Gatwick,
Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The union will negotiate pay, working hours and holidays.

By Quentin Reade

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