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Even as employees protest LWP policy, Air India begins recruitment drive

Air India Express has put out an advertisement to hire in the finance and medical services department

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Adding insult to injury of employees as they protest what they call "a draconian" Leave Without Pay (LWP) policy going up to five years, Air India is on a recruitment drive to hire new people.
Air India Express has put out an advertisement to hire in the finance and medical services department. The general principle is that if a company is laying off people and sending them on long leave without pay, then it does not hire fresh personnel.
In the advertisement, Air India Express has invited applications from Indian citizens (wherever domiciled) for the posts on a fixed term contract basis.
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First Published: Jul 29 2020 | 2:08 PM IST

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