SAS in the round of layoffs: Employees will have to wait on the letter

the Danish employees in SAS can right now go around and wait for a fatal letter, while they keep aviation going. SAS Ground Handling are passed started with a

SAS in the round of layoffs: Employees will have to wait on the letter

the Danish employees in SAS can right now go around and wait for a fatal letter, while they keep aviation going.

SAS Ground Handling are passed started with a round of layoffs.

It confirms the SAS over to B. T.

'It is true that we are facing a number of general adjustments of the business to the market we operate in,' writes managing director of SAS Ground Handling (SGH), Hans Henrik Spangenberg, B. T.

SAS Ground Handling is the department that among other things takes care of the service of the aircraft on the runway and it handles the large amount of luggage towed through the SAS aircraft and the Copenhagen Airport.

It is therefore ekspeditionsarbejdere, to be dismissed.

SAS lost on Monday a big customer of Qatar Airways, who chose to use another supplier for ground handling services.

the Loss of Qatar Airways as a customer means that there will be less money in, and that there is a need for fewer employees.

'of course, We have attempted to avoid redundancies, but we must note that, unfortunately, it is not sufficient,' writes Hans Henrik Spangenberg and continues.

'It is always sad to say goodbye to good employees,' writes Hans Henrik Spangenberg.

Employees will not be fired face-to-face with the boss.

They must instead wait to receive a letter, in which there will stand, whether they have been made redundant.

SAS expects that the letters lands of the fired employees in the course of the next few days.

the Carrier will not inform B. T., how many redundancies are talking about.

But when asked for it is reasonable that an employee nervously to check his mail in several days for clarification on whether he is fired, corresponds Hans Henrik Spangenberg:

'Through my time as a manager in SGH, I have had several situations of redundancies, and there is not a really good way to do it,' he writes, and continues:

'We have tried several models, and the method of sending a letter, we have the best experiences with, and all affected employees will, of course, offered a conversation with a leader.'

He attaches also the changing working hours of the staff at SAS Ground Handling matters in relation to when they can be dismissed purely practical.

'A part employees in the SGH working at many times of day and in different vagtskemaer, which means that it is more difficult to make a joint announcement of such redundancies,' he writes.

Updated Date: 26 November 2019, 22:00

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