India’s low-cost service IndiGo is within the technique of addressing points associated to its worker remuneration after a sizeable variety of cabin crew and technicians went on a mass sick depart. IndiGo launched an announcement saying that they’re in fixed dialogue with its staff to handle any points or grievances.
The airline’s assertion comes after a sizeable variety of the airline’s plane upkeep technicians went on sick depart to protest in opposition to their low salaries and demand restoration of salaries that had been slashed in the course of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“As a responsible employer, IndiGo is in constant dialogue with its employees to take care of any issues or grievances. The aviation industry has undergone a difficult phase over the last 24+ months. As business recovers, we are in the process of addressing some of the issues related to employee remuneration. This is an ongoing activity and we will continue to take employee feedback in the process,” Indigo mentioned in an announcement.
IndiGo additionally mentioned that the airline’s operations will proceed to be regular, with the addition of a number of new locations to their community.
“Meanwhile, our operations continue to be normal, while we add several new destinations to our network and look forward to welcoming customers from across India and the world,” it added. Earlier within the day, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) mentioned that they’re conserving a detailed watch on the scenario that emerged after upkeep technicians of airways went on mass sick depart. A senior DGCA official knowledgeable us that they’re maintaining a tally of the scenario.” DGCA is keeping watch on the situation. Operations are normal as of now. We expect a resolution shortly,” he mentioned.
He added that they’re in communication with the involved airways concerning the difficulty and requested for early decision. The challenge has largely affected the operation of Indigo and later it unfold to different airways like Go First.
(With inputs from ANI)