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Malindo Air Employees Told To Take Unpaid Leave And 50% Salary Cut

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Malindo Air has ordered its staff to take two weeks of unpaid leave and also a 50 percent salary cut following the COVID-19 epidemic that has affected demand for the airline industry.

As reported by Berita Harian, in an internal memo sent yesterday (6 March), the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Captain Mushafiz Mustafa Bakri, explained that Malindo Air had to take several measures to address income shortages of the company.

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Among the measures taken were suspending flights, appeal to vendors to delay payments and also asking the employees to take a salary cut. He said in the memo,

“With a heavy heart, without many more solid options, we now have no choice but to ask you to deduct up to 50 percent of your base salary for the next few months until things get back to normal.”

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As part of the salary cut, employees are also asked to reduce their number of working days to 15 days a month. In these difficult times, we hope that all those who are affected by the outbreak be strong to go through it and hopefully, things will get better soon so that we can go back to doing business as usual.

Also read: 2cm Or 1 Metre? Here’s What Having “Close Contact” to People With Covid-19 Mean

Malindo Air Employees Asked To Take Unpaid Leave And 50% Salary Cut - WORLD OF BUZZ

 

Source: The Star
Source: The Star
Source: The Star

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