No paycut for IndiGo employees in April, announces CEO Ronojoy Dutta
A week earlier IndiGo had announced 10 to 20 per cent salary cuts for its employees
Low cost carrier, IndiGo has decided not to implement pay cuts for majority of its employees in the month of April. However, a week earlier IndiGo had announced 10 to 20 per cent salary cuts for its employees.
The management has now reversed the decision of pay cut in view of deference to government's wishes of not reducing pay during the lockdown.
In an email communication to its employees, IndiGo's CEO Ronojoy Dutta said, "In deference to our government's wishes of not reducing pay during the lockdown, we have decided not to implement the previously announced pay cuts during the month of April."
"However, your Excom members and SVPs have volunteered to take pay cuts this month. For everyone else, you can expect your April salaries to be paid without the pay cuts," said Dutta.
He further told employees: "Our one source of revenue generation right now is in cargo operations and I want to thank all the people across the company, who are working tirelessly to make an all-cargo operation work for us."
Dutta has also advised employees, “to pay close attention to the advice of the government and the health experts on social distancing and personal hygiene."