News 50% salary cut for Emirates and Etihad staff until...

50% salary cut for Emirates and Etihad staff until September 2020

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Emirates will extend the 50 percent salary cut until September this year for all its employees in an effort to preserve money.

The 50 percent salary deduction was reported in April 1 and applied at grades 4 and above.

Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi-based airline Etihad will also imposed the same rule for all its staff.

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