More than 1,500 pilots of Air India have written a letter and all have signed it. In this letter, allegations have been leveled against the existing HR department. It is written in the letter that the HR department is not listening to the words of the pilots.
Ever since Air India has returned to Tata Group. Since then nothing much has changed in the management and employees of the Tata Group. One way or the other, the dispute between the two has been seen in the last one and a half years. Now another controversy has been added to it and this time since 1500 the pilots have come in protest and they have made a direct appeal to Ratan Tata’s ‘Darbar’. The employees have sent a petition in writing and asked for a hearing. The question is, what is the controversy this time and on what are the 1500 pilots angry. Let us also tell you.
Pilot not happy with salary structure
The pilots of Tata Group’s airline company Air India are not happy with the salary structure and are demanding changes. In fact, the kind of changes made in the salary structure by the management are not being liked by the pilots. The management is also not listening to this, due to which the pilots have requested Ratan Tata to find a solution. The employees are confident that Ratan Tata will intervene in this matter and find a solution.
what was written in the petition
More than 1,500 pilots of Air India have written a letter and all have signed it. In this letter, allegations have been leveled against the existing HR department. It is written in the letter that the HR department is not listening to the pilots and they are being ignored. He clearly wrote in his letter that he is not getting the respect he deserves. He stressed that he is ready to work shoulder to shoulder with the company to face all the challenges being faced by the airline, but HR is not solving their problems. Because of which you have to request.
Pilot organization rejected the company’s structure
A revised compensation structure for pilots and crew members was put forward by Air India. This structure came to the fore on 17 April. After which both the pilots’ organizations ICPA and IPG rejected it saying that the airline company has violated the labor process and talks were not held with them before the new contract. Both unions have prohibited pilots and crew members from signing contracts and salary structures. In the year 2022, Air India returned to the Tata Group again.