Posts by tag: gratuitous compensation

Local News June 21, 2013

No joy for CY workers after meeting president

By Stefanos Evripidou

THE GOVERNMENT yesterday made it perfectly clear that it would not put up the money to pay additional compensation to the 490 staff that will be made redundant at national airline Cyprus Airways.

Government spokesman Christos Stylianides said yesterday there was no question of paying the additional compensation.

He made the comment after President Nicos Anastasiades met with the heads of unions SEK and PEO, Nicos Moyseos and Bambis Kyritsis respectively.

Earlier in the week, the unions…

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No joy for CY workers after meeting president
Local News June 14, 2013

CY unions mull strike measures

By George Psyllides

CYPRUS Airways (CY) unions warned yesterday they could strike over the government’s refusal to afford gratuitous compensation to employees who will be made redundant in the latest effort to save the ailing national carrier.

Unions were informed yesterday that the company cannot afford paying employees compensation, over and above what they will receive from the provident and redundancy funds.

The unions accused the government of backtracking on a previous agreement.

“Workers have no other choice but to…

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CY unions mull strike measures

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