Covid-19: MAS offers staff voluntary unpaid leave

Modified 12 Mar 2020, 9:20 am

Amid reduced demand for travel due to the Covid-19 outbreak, national carrier Malaysia Airlines Bhd joined the list of airlines to introduce cost-cutting measures by offering its employees voluntary unpaid leave.

Financial daily The Edge quoted company documents that stated MAS is offering all 13,000 of its employees the option of taking three months no-pay leave or five days no-pay leave per month for at least three months, starting next month...

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