MIAMI – South Africa’s Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) has asked South African Airways (SA) employees to accept less payment than that previously agreed on.
Under the DPE’s new payment terms, airline employees would be paid only three months rather than the eight months established in SA’s rescue plan, reported Bloomberg and citing a labor union leader. As a first response, the Chairman of SA’s Pilots Association Grant Back said that this offer would not be accepted on the union’s watch.
The DPE had claimed that it considered the newly proposed agreement with the unions fair. However, it said that certain associations were read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”