Air India to address crucial HR issues in a time bound mannersAviation, Default — By admin on July 17, 2012 at 3:06 pm
MOCA seeks dispensations for incentives to employees
Air India Ltd. has constituted a committee to implement the recommendations of Justice Dharmadhikari Committee report on HR related issues in a time bound manner. The Committee constituted on the direction of Ministry of Civil aviation has representation from both erstwhile Air India and Indian Airlines.
The Committee includes Syed Nasir Ali, Director, Ministry of Civil Aviation & OSD, Air India, A J D’Souza, GM (Finance), Air India, S N Bhattacharya, GM (Pers.), SR, Air India and S U Shukla, GM (P), WR, Air India. The Committee has already started functioning and had its first meeting on 21st June, 2012 to prepare a roadmap for timely implementation of Justice Dharmadhikari Committee report. It will interact with various associations and employees of the Company to resolve any issue arising in the wake of the implementation of Justice Dharmadhikari Committee report.Air India to address crucial HR issues in a time bound manners MOCA seeks dispensations for incentives to employees Simultaneously the Ministry of Civil Aviation is approaching the Union Cabinet to seek certain dispensations required to give incentives on the basis of industry standards to certain class of employees like pilots, engineers and cabin crew, as such incentives fall beyond the guidelines of the Department of Public Enterprises, The whole process of fixation of pay, level mapping and inter-se seniority is expected to be completed within 6-8 weeks