There are no compulsory redundancies for easyJet cabin crew at Schiphol.
The airline and the Dutch Cabin Personnel Association (VNC) have reached an agreement on this, both parties announced on Monday.
EasyJet announced that it wanted to cut 30 percent of its jobs because of the corona crisis.
This is to be able to cope with the consequences of the reduced travel traffic.
As a result of the recently concluded agreement, the job reduction will not affect the approximately two hundred cabin employees at Schiphol.
On the other hand, employees' wages are frozen.
Initially, these wages were expected to increase in April of this year, but that has gone through a line.
There will also be no wage increase for cabin crew in the next two years.
Last week, easyJet also reached an agreement with the Dutch Aviation Pilots Association (VNV).
It has also been agreed that there will be no forced redundancies among Dutch pilots, in exchange for wages freezing.
EasyJet is the second largest airline at Schiphol after KLM and normally transports around six million travelers a year.