File salary claims with Labour Dept, HR Ministry tells MyAirline staff


PETALING JAYA: Staff of MyAirline - which suspended its operations last month - should file their outstanding salary claims with the Labour Department immediately," said the Human Resources Ministry.

It said this procedure is needed before further action can be taken in line with the provisions of the law.

"The Human Resources Ministry and the Labour Department will monitor and ensure the welfare of the airline’s staff is always taken care of," said the ministry in a statement on Thursday (Nov 2).

This comes following a meeting with 123 staff members of MyAirline between Oct 16 and 23 who had filed their outstanding salary claims with the Labour Department.

ALSO READ : MYAirline's licence suspended by Mavcom effective immediately

On Oct 12, MYAirline announced an abrupt suspension of its operations, citing financial problems less than 11 months after it began operation.

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