Monday, October 16, 2006

Indian, AI told to seek staff feedback on merger

The Union Government has suggested that the top brass of Air India and Indian jointly consult with their staff before a final decision is taken on the merger of the two State-owned airlines.
At a meeting here , the Union Minister for Civil Aviation, Mr Praful Patel, asked the Chairman and Managing Director Air India and Indian to jointly meet with senior level management of the two airlines not only to ascertain their views but also explain the human resources and other matters connected with the merger.
The need to specify that there would be no job losses due to the merger was reinforced at the meeting. The airlines have been asked to complete the interaction in time for including the feedback in the Cabinet note that is to be prepared.
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