Thursday, August 20, 2009

Air India proposes 50% cut in employees' incentives

The management of cash-strapped Air India has suggested an up to 50 per cent cut from next month in productivity-linked incentive given to employees.

"Air India's Chairman and Managing Director Arvind Jadhav has suggested a 30-50 per cent cut in employees PLI from next month," Bharatkumar Raut, President of Shiv Sena-backed All India Cabin Crew Association (AICCA) told reporters here after a meeting with the NACIL management.

NACIL is the holding company of both Air India and the erstwhile Indian Airlines.

Many employee unions with allegiance to Shiv Sena are, however, opposing the proposal. They include AICCA, Executive Cabin Crew Association, Air India Employees Union, Engineers Association and Bharatiya Kamgar Sena of Indian Airlines. The unions would meet on August 25 to deliberate on the issue.

Source : PTI

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