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MYAirline Security Guards Left Unpaid And Forced To Strike In Protest

MYAirline Security Guards Left Unpaid And Forced To Strike In Protest

The sudden closure also left the employees in the dark, with even the security guards going on strike due to unpaid wages.

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The recent announcement of MYAirline’s suspension of all flights caught the employees off guard, who were left in the dark about the company’s sudden closure.

According to an employee who wished to remain anonymous, even the security guards of MYAirline were not spared from this ordeal, as they were also left unpaid for months and went on strike in protest.

Some people are crying if they can’t get two months’ salary, said the netizen in a post on Xiaohongshu, a Chinese social media and e-commerce platform.

The grounding of MYAirline is expected to affect 125,000 passengers, with some having purchased tickets until March next year, involving millions of ringgit.

This has left many passengers and employees in despair and financial hardship.

Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook, condemned MYAirline’s extremely irresponsible behaviour and described it as a “very bad airline.”

The sudden closure has left many wondering about the fate of their jobs and livelihoods.

This unfortunate incident highlights the need for better regulations and safeguards in the aviation industry to protect both passengers and employees.

It is a sombre reminder that the consequences of irresponsible and reckless business practices can have far-reaching and devastating effects on people’s lives.

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