Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, AirAsia Cut Salaries of 533 Employees
PT AirAsia Indonesia Tbk (CMPP) made adjustments to the working hours of 533 employees which were converted into salary adjustments.
Editor: Lia Sisvita Dinatri
TRIBUNBATAM.id - PT AirAsia Indonesia Tbk (CMPP) made adjustments to the working hours of 533 employees which were converted into salary adjustments.
This step was taken to survive the Covid-19 pandemic.
"This initiative is carried out by mutual agreement, to support the company's agility in the face of uncertain situations, including the potential for extension of travel restrictions in some areas and not normal demand," said AirAsia Indonesia Corporate Secretary Indah Permatasari Saugi in the IDX information disclosure this weekend.
In addition, there has also been a change in the number of employees, namely 67 people, when compared to the number of employees as of December 31, 2019.
Currently, as of July 31, 2020, the number of the company's employees is 1,624 people.
This change in the number of employees was due to the voluntary resignation of 33 employees during January-July 2020, as well as 6 people whose contracts expired on March 31, 2020.
In addition, there were 11 people whose employment status was transferred to the AirAsia group entity and 7 people whose contracts ended as of July 31, 2020, and 10 other people whose contracts were discontinued due to restructuring within the Company's organization.
Still in the report, namely, the Covid-19 pandemic will reduce total company revenue by 51-75 percent.
The decline in the company's operating income was significantly influenced by the non-operation of scheduled flights from 1 April to 18 June 2020, which coincided with the peak season for domestic and foreign travel, including Ramadan, Eid Al-Fitr, Winter in Australia, and the holiday season. .
However, with the growth in the number of orders since re-operation that has reached more than 400 percent, the company projects that improvements in company performance can occur by the end of 2020.
This coincides with the year-end holiday season which is the compensation for Eid holidays that are delayed in the middle of the year.
That way, the company hopes to complete the fulfillment of short-term obligations obtained from trade payables during the January-June 2020 period amounting to IDR 352 billion.
To support income levels, the company is also still focusing part of its operations on passenger and cargo charter flights and has held 17 charter flights from April to July 2020. (*)
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