On the 8th of March, 2017 the Framework Agreement regarding the Air France KLM and Martinair Cargo organisation in Europe has been signed by Mr. Gertjan Roelands (VP Area Europe - AF-KLM Martinair Cargo), Mr. François Cabrera (General Secretary - AFKL European Works Council), Mrs. Catherine Leclère (VP HR AF Cargo and Coordination HR AFKL) and Mr. Rob Regter (VP HR and Organisation KLM and Martinair Cargo).
On the 5th of December, 2016, the Outstations and Commercial Organisations Framework Agreement has been signed by Jérôme Nanty, Gilles Gateau, Aart Slagt and François Cabrera.
The Air France-KLM Group has adopted a revised charter setting out the values and fundamental rights that constitute its identity and guide its labour relations
On July 10, the revised Social Rights and Ethics Charter of the Air France-KLM Group has been signed by Alexandre de Juniac, Chairman of the Air France-KLM Group, Camiel Eurlings, CEO of KLM and Frédéric Gagey, CEO of Air France, by the General Secretary of the European Works Council (AF-KL EWC) François Cabrera and the Deputies Secretary General of the EWC.
The Charter, which has been revised for an illimited period, sets out the values and fundamental rights that constitute Air France-KLM identity and guide its labour relations policy.
The aim of the Charter is to “foster a climate of enhanced mutual trust and respect in a work environment in which no form of discrimination or harassment may be tolerated.” The undertakings given satisfy this aim, namely the promotion of social rights, respect for health, safety and dignity in the workplace, equal opportunity, implementation of a social dialogue based on trust, environmental protection, and sustainable development, and ensuring that these same principles are complied with by subcontractors. In addition, the fact that the Corporate Social Responsibility Statement signed on 6 July 2006 has been annexed to the document demonstrates the Group’s determination to set the example in terms of corporate social responsibility and sustainable development.
COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 94/45/EC - English version