SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Nov. 22 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The USO Air Sector flight manager, Ernesto Iglesias, has shown this Tuesday his “perplexity” and “disappointment” with the Government of the Canary Islands for supporting the opening of Ryanair bases in Tenerife Sur and Lanzarote when it comes to a company “that does not respect labor rights.”
In a statement released by the union, it has indicated that the Canarian Executive “looks the other way” with a company that violates the rights of workers and that owes eight million euros in compensation, processing wages and Social Security for the ERE that was declared void by the National Court.
In fact, he has commented that a trial will be held at the Hearing on January 18 – Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson said on Tuesday that the amounts have already been paid to the workers.
Iglesias has warned of the “continuous illegalities” of the company and does not understand the “attitude” of the Canary Islands government, which knows first-hand the situation of the workers fired due to the closure of the previous bases.