Five years post merger Air India kicks off HR integration
“As part of the performa promotions, the employees will get promotions from the date their promotions are due but the monetary benefits will not be in retrospective. Of the 4,000 employees getting promotions, 60 per cent are from the erstwhile Indian Airlines and the rest from erstwhile Air India,” said a senior civil aviation ministry official.
Post the promotions, the airline will be able to integrate 20,000 non-licenced category employees and the rest 6,000 licenced will be integrated after the Union Cabinet clears the allowances of that category.
The ministry is confident that with the integration all the issues between the employees are resolved, as these employees were kept in loop about the committee’s proceedings and around 8,000 representations were looked into during the two-month long consultations.
“Also with the minister’s strict instructions on keeping the concerns of all employees in loop and making the consultation process transparent, the minutes of the meeting on the integration issue were uploaded on the carrier’s website. This made the system transparent and the employees, who should be credited for accepting the proposals, in the loop,” said the official.
However, union representatives say that some matters are still unresolved. “Larger issue of pay fixation and promotions of the employees in
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