New committee to reach retirement agreement for Air Malta staff

A new committee seeking an agreement on retirement schemes and a new collective agreement with Air Malta unions will be formed, tourism minister Edward Zammit Lewis has announced

Edward Zammit Lewis said that the move will ensure that workers’ rights continue to be safeguarded, while also creating more flexibility for the airline
Edward Zammit Lewis said that the move will ensure that workers’ rights continue to be safeguarded, while also creating more flexibility for the airline

A new committee will be formed with the aim of reaching an agreement on retirement schemes and negotiating a new collective agreement with all Air Malta unions, by the end of June, tourism minister Edward Zammit Lewis has announced.

The committee will comprise a representative from the ministry of tourism and that of finance, as well as a representative from the Air Malta management. It will be presided by former President George Abela.

In a statement, Zammit Lewis said that the move will ensure that workers’ rights continue to be safeguarded, while also creating more flexibility, efficiency and productivity for the airline.

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