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Air Namibia assigns agreement with NCCU

Posted 31 October 2014 · Add Comment

The negotiating team of Air Namibia, in conjunction with the Namibia Cabin Crew Union (NCCU), has announced that an agreement has been signed this week following lengthy negotiations on the cabin crew benchmarking dispute of 2010.

This agreement follows a long road, which began in 2010 with a dispute regarding the re-grading of cabin crew members. 

Both sides are pleased that the agreement is in keeping with the forward moving strategy of the airline, whilst ensuring that members of cabin crew are remunerated on sound pay principles.

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