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Salary cut ‘lesser evil’ than layoffs in aviation space: HR experts

The sector might be one of the fastest growing in the world but most airlines have wafer-thin margins as deeply discounted fares and rise in aviation fuel prices along with staff costs take a toll on their overall profitability. Slashing salaries is a …

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Layoffs pushing techies into depression: Survey

Hyderabad: Job insecurity caused by news of layoffs all around them is pushing many IT professionals into severe anxiety and depression. With the IT sector forecasting that up to six lakh jobs would be lost in India in the next three years, there is alarm …

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‘Salary cut lesser evil than layoffs in aviation space’

Slashing salaries is a “lesser evil” than pink slips in the domestic aviation sector, feel HR experts against the backdrop of a leading airline asking junior pilots to take ten days off every month as part of cost balancing effort. While the domestic …

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‘Salary cut lesser evil than layoffs in aviation space’

New Delhi, Jul 23 (PTI) Slashing salaries is a “lesser evil” than pink slips in the domestic aviation sector, feel HR experts against the backdrop of a leading airline asking junior pilots to take ten days off every month as part of cost balancing effort.

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After Jet Airways pilots pay cut order, Air India privatisation, experts say, step better than layoffs

Slashing salaries is a “lesser evil” than pink slips in the domestic aviation sector, feel HR experts against the backdrop of a leading airline asking junior pilots to take ten days off every month as part of cost balancing effort.

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There will be no Mass Layoffs, Debt Payments to BH Suppliers in September?

The commissioner of the Government of Croatia for Agrokor Ante Ramljak visited Sarajevo again and attended the meeting with BH suppliers. According to him, part of the loan that was approved to Agrokor will be transferred to BiH, but he could not specify …

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