IndiGo Lays off Ten percent of its Staff Due to Pandemic

By TIN Media | India Published 5 months ago on 22 July 2020
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In the light of a significant decline in airline operations due to the current situation of coronavirus (COVID-19), IndiGo, one of India's largest private airlines, has agreed to release 10% of its total employees.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ronojoy Dutta said that IndiGo will lay off 10 percent of its workforce.

The move is expected to have an impact on 2 500 to 2 800 airline workers.

The company source told us that on Monday it increased the notice compensation, along with a monthly company costs (CTC) for each worked year and an annual charge.

Health insurance will also be offered by the airlines by December 2020, and one-way tickets will be granted if an employee returns to the base station added the source.


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