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Air India unions file pleas against proposed eviction of employees

The unions argue that the airline's letter asking employees to vacate office accommodation by July 26 amounts to a change in service condition.

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Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
Air India unions have moved the Bombay High Court to challenge the proposed eviction of employees from staff colonies in Mumbai.

The unions argue that the airline’s letter asking employees to vacate office accommodation by July 26 amounts to a change in service condition. This, they said, is a violation of the Industrial Disputes Act.

It requires companies to issue a notice to union members before enacting change in service conditions.

Aggrieved by the management action, Aviation Industry Employees Guild (AIEG), Air Corporation Employees Union (ACEU) and All India Service Engineers Association (AISEA) have filed separate writ petitions for quashing

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First Published: Jun 27 2022 | 9:11 PM IST

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