EasyJet cabin crew have accepted a combined pay and holiday proposal, averting the threat of any industrial action. The deal included the recent two-year pay award of 4.1% for cabin crew and 5.1% for cabin managers backdated to January 2015, and an increase in the holiday pay allowance for all cabin crew. Unite recommended the deal to its 2,000 easyJet cabin crew members, 52% of whom voted to accept the improved offer. EasyJet said it was “pleased to have reached a positive ...

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