Representatives of DHL union employees are to meet management in Brussels in a bid to smooth growing staff discontent.
Workers have been increasingly angered after DHL announced it would cut back its activities at Brussels International Airport after Belgian politicians couldn't agree to allow extra night flights.
Up to 1,700 job cuts are expected to follow at DHL when the company trims activities after 2008.
A meeting has been set between DHL executives and employees for Nov. 3. The unions have scheduled a protest march in the Belgian capital this Friday.