EUROPEAN CABIN CREW ASSOCIATION
Call for participation to a survey on Working Conditions, Teamwork, Work-Life issues of Cabin Crew
The European Cabin Crew Association, EurECCA, would like to invite you to participate to an international research project on aviation cabin crew work, on issues of work-life balance, teamwork, working conditions, stress and burnout. This research is conducted under the responsibility of Anne Gillet, researcher at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers - Lise-CNRS (Paris, France) and Diane- Gabrielle Tremblay, professor at Télé-université of the University of Quebec (Canada), with the cooperation of Sari Mansour, post-doctoral intern at Télé-université.
Last Friday we have all been attacked barbarously.
The murderous and utterly inhumane attack on our French brothers and sisters in Paris is a push towards the European heart.
In our hearts and in our minds we from EurECCA show today our solidarity with our friends in France.
We say: you are not alone in this difficult hour. The Europe family that we are stands united in grief at your side.
The terrorists have attacked Europe: a Europe of indivisible values: a life in freedom and self- determination, a Europe of solidarity, of the equality of all people. A continent of tolerance, openness and diversity.
Today EurECCA, the European Cabin Crew Association, declares its full solidarity with the member union UFO from Germany for the upcoming action within Deutsche Lufthansa. After two years of intense negotiations over pension funds, UFO had to learn that the management of Lufthansa is not willing to make a deal. An agreement that would be a fair and sustainable compromise for all those affected, proposed by UFO, is on the table. The management decided not to take it.
EurECCA supports the position of the representatives of the two national cabin crew unions, and EurECCA-members SNPNC and UNSA, that condemn the physical violence two senior Air France executives suffered at the hands of some protesters.
In early September, the annual conference of the European annual Cabin Crew Association EurECCA took place. Around 40 delegates from the member countries of EurECCA- unions had come into the Portuguese SNPVAC office to discuss current internal issues as well as European aviation matters.
It was with great satisfaction that the Portuguese Government announced their choice of the potential buyer of TAP-SGPS, Mr. David Neeleman.
We, the board of SNPVAC deeply regret the satisfaction and the choice to sell.
What we want is for TAP to remain in the hands of the Portuguese State and that it continues to be our flagship airline, the one that carries the name and the quality of Portugal around the world.
Report on the CEN (Centre Européen de Normalisation) meeting on cabin air quality in Brussels on April 20th 2015
CEN/TC 436 “Project Committee - Cabin Air Quality on commercial aircraft - Chemical Agents”.
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