Vistara CEO Leslie Thng on Wednesday announced that senior employees will be going on compulsory leave without pay for up to three days between April 15 and April 30 as a measure to further conserve the airline’s cash flow amid the lockdown to combat the coronavirus threat.
New Delhi: Vistara CEO Leslie Thng on Wednesday declared that senior representatives will be going on obligatory surrender without pay for over to three days between April 15 and April 30 as a measure to additionally ration the aircraft’s income in the midst of the lockdown to battle the coronavirus risk.
On March 27, the aircraft had likewise presented necessary surrender without pay for over to three days between April 1 and April 14 for a similar arrangement of senior workers.
The mandatory no compensation leave will influence around 1,200 representatives in senior evaluations. The staying 2,800 representatives of the carrier, for example, individuals from lodge team and ground taking care of administrations will be unaffected.
“With the declaration by the administration of India on broadening the lockdown, we keep on suspending all our local and universal tasks till third May 2020 and this further affected altogether on our income with no income being created over an all-inclusive timeframe,” Thng said in an email to workers, which has been gotten to by PTI.