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SAA BUSI­NESS Res­cue Prac­ti­tion­ers (BRPs) said yes­ter­day that they had be­gun con­sul­ta­tions with SAA em­ploy­ees un­der Sec­tion 189 and 189A of the Labour Re­la­tions Act. The process does not in­volve the em­ploy­ees of its sub­sidiaries, Mango, SAA Tech­ni­cal and Airchefs. The no­tices were is­sued to all the recog­nised unions in SAA for em­ploy­ees and man­age­ment: SA Air­ways Pi­lots As­so­ci­a­tion, Na­tional Trans­port Move­ment, NTM Man­age­ment Fo­rum, SA Cabin Crew As­so­ci­a­tion, SA Trans­port and Al­lied Work­ers Union, Sol­i­dar­ity, Avi­a­tion Union of SA and Na­tional Union of Me­tal­work­ers of SA. The BRPs said all 4 708 em­ploy­ees would be af­fected and the num­ber of jobs that ex­isted in the re­struc­tured or­gan­i­sa­tion would be the sub­ject of con­sul­ta­tion process. “Sig­nif­i­cant changes to con­di­tions of em­ploy­ment, in­clud­ing re­mu­ner­a­tion and ben­e­fits, ap­pear un­avoid­able and will be sought by agree­ment,” it said. | Staff Re­porter

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