News CONFIRMED: Emirates is now going to lay off staff...

CONFIRMED: Emirates is now going to lay off staff now due to Covid-19

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After weeks of evaluation, Dubai-based airline Emirates is now going to lay off staff.

In a statement released on mediaoffice.ae, a spokesperson said that they have ‘to say goodbye to a few of wonderful people.’

Read the full statement below:

“During these difficult times, and although we have slowly started our return to the skies by keeping in line with the safety measures. The current pandemic has impacted many industries around the world and although we have endeavored to sustain the current family as is, we reviewed all possible scenarios in order to sustain our business operations, but have come to the conclusion that we unfortunately have to say goodbye to a few of the wonderful people that worked with us. We continuously are reassessing the situation and will have to adapt to this transitional period. We do not view this lightly, and the company is doing everything possible to protect jobs wherever we can. Where we are forced to take tough decisions we will treat people with fairness and respect. We will work with impacted employees to ensure they are looked after and taken care of with necessary means.”

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