Job gone, no pay; Air hostesses protest by undressing on the road | Air Hostess | Protest

Dozens of air hostesses took to the streets to protest the loss of their jobs following the transfer of the airline they were working for. The protest was organized by air hostesses working for the Italian airline Al Italia in central Rome. Protests protest from the center of the middle of the road to counter the decisions of the new airline.

Fifty air hostesses in uniform took off their coats, shirts, skirts and shoes at the same time after standing in their respective positions. After being silent for a while, they came together and chanted slogans.

Al Italia’s last flight was on October 14. The next day, the company’s new owners, Italy Air Transport (ITA), began operations. ITA Al Italia acquired the company for Rs 775 crore. But the ITA hired less than 3,000 people from Al Italia, which had 10,000 employees. The company said it would increase its workforce to more than 5,000 by 2025 alone.

The symbolic protest was organized by the employees of Al Italia who lost their jobs. Former All-Italian executives currently employed in the ITA are being paid less. However, the ITA is of the view that it can only operate in a way that suits the financial position of the company. Under these circumstances, the union officials have approached the government with a demand that the unemployed workers be given unemployment benefits for at least five years.

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