‘Serve 6 months’ notice’, Go First’s pressure on the employees leaving the jobImage Credit source: Representative Photo
The troubles of the bankrupt Go First airline are not taking the name of abatement. Recently the company had informed about its bankruptcy. Please tell, the approval of NCLT is yet to come in this matter. After which the employees of the airline company are leaving the job. Recently, a large number of employees of the company have resigned and are joining other airlines.
On which now the company has given its order. Go First airline company has asked its employees to serve the notice period before leaving the job. He should resign from the company after serving a notice of 6 or 3 months, not of one month. Let us tell you, all the flights of this airline have been canceled till May 12.
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According to sources, the airline’s CEO Kaushik Khona told that he has held a townhall meeting with his pilots. In which he said that the employees of the company will be given salary by the 15th of this month. Along with this, he has also said that the company is not completely bankrupt yet, it is trying to rebuild itself. For this, the company will recover its damages from Pratt & Whitney and clear all its dues. From the statements of the company, it is repeatedly showing that it is trying to revive itself.
Serve 6 months notice period
On the other hand, the company has also requested its employees not to leave their jobs in this difficult time. If they have to go, then serve a notice period of at least 3 or 6 months. Let me tell you, the matter of not giving salary to the employees on time for the last several months has also come to the fore. Apart from this, the company will also issue NOC to the resigning employees. So that they do not face any problem in finding a job in future.
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