Representation Works Council (OR)
In the easyJet Works Council, the VNC is represented by Davy Haverhals, Farah van Keeken, Christine Smeets-Scheibe en Hendrik van der Ven. Our union is not a national but a so-called categorical union. This has the great advantage that we can focus solely on the interests of cabin crew. We do not have to face any conflicting business with other divisions within the company. We fully suport cabin crew! Even though the unions are the candidate parties in the OR, the OR has its own autonomous responsibility and competence and therefore operates as an independent body. Consultation with the party members is of great significance. The topics discussed in the OR are often of a general nature and usually involve cabin matters.Meetings
The cabin crew OR group regularly meets to discuss the agenda for the autonomous OR meeting. This sets out views on the current agenda items. The OR tries to reach a well-considered judgement. This is very difficult, so it is important that your representatives are supported by as many members as possible. This can be done via VNC membership, but also with input from practice.Contact
Input and / or questions for the easyJet OR group please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.More members
What we work for simultaneously is the recruitment of new VNC members.
The Amsterdam base is growing significantly and it is important to join an association where you can rely on: both in terms of experience and knowledge. The more members we have the stronger we stand together. We continue to emphasize the importance of being affiliated with the VNC, in order to be able to work on a great support base where crew is well taken care of. For more information click on the 'geassocieerd lid' button or click here
and read what we offer. You can register
directly for 12,50 € p.m. as an associate member.