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Malawi Airlines Threatens To Deduct Salaries For Workers On Strike

The management of Malawi Airlines has said  it will deduct salaries for workers who will reach until a fourth day of an industrial action which has started today.
This has been said as members of staff are from today expected to hold a strike in a bid to force Management to increase their salaries.
However, even though the staff are putting down their tools, the Airlines Management has said its operations will proceed without the staff.
An internal Memo that MIJ Online has seen, has restricted all staff carrying out any actions in all company premises saying their presence will affect business negatively.
The Memo further indicates that the company will start deducting salaries from employees on strike if their strike gets into day four.
This according to the Memo, is in line with the Labour relations Amendment Act which was assented into Law by President Lazarus Chakwera recently.
This will mark the first high profile time for the effectiveness of new labour laws to be seen.
Reports indicate that Malawi Airlines which is run by the Ethiopian airlines has hired new cabin crew to work in the days when the staff will be on strike.

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