With limited cargo and zero passenger operations SpiceJet to part disburse salaries to over 92% employees in April
No lay-offs despite zero passenger operations
In these extremely challenging times when no passenger flights have operated for over a month resulting in our primary revenue source drying up completely, SpiceJet has decided that there would be no job cuts at the airline at this time.
While a number of airlines the world over have been forced to retrench employees and withhold salaries, SpiceJet with its limited cargo operations during the lockdown period, will pay part salaries to over 92% of its employees.
As a fair measure to cater to the requirement of our employees during this complete lock-down situation, the Company has devised a structure where all employees will be paid according to the work hours contributed while maintaining basic thresholds.
The salaries would be credited on May 1.
These are temporary measures during these demanding times and we will consider reverting back to our basic structure upon restart of operations and return to normalcy and shall also be considering suitable allowances for our operating crew who stand together with us amid uncertainty until we restart.