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· Confusion, jitters as Indian domestic flights resume →
At Mumbai airport social distancing was forgotten as irate passengers harangued staff after their flights were cancelled at the last minute.
· Down to one shift: casuals complain about cuts as supermarket sales fall →
Many came from other companies that had been forced to stand down staff, such as Qantas and Michael Hill jewellers.
· ANA to require all passengers to wear face masks aboard aircraft from June →
Cabin crew will wear face masks and ground staff will wear face shields as well, it said.
The New York Times
· For African-Americans in Uniform, It’s Duty, Honor, Country. But Don’t Expect to Lead. →
Minority service members applaud two recent changes: In March, General Brown was nominated to be the next Air Force chief of staff.
· Virgin's administrators put brakes on plane repossessions →
It owes its creditors, including 10,000 staff, a total of $7 billion.
· Macron government faces tough talks on French hospital revamp in wake of Covid-19 →
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of France's cherished healthcare system, which has seen its capacities cut and the burden on staff increased over the last several years.
· Job losses escalate as cricket notches an unwanted century →
The cuts come at a time that the CA executive remains on 80 per cent pay while about 200 staff have been stood down on 20 per cent pay until the end of June to achieve a $3 million saving.
· UK politics news – live: Boris Johnson facing party revolt from ‘livid’ Tory MPs as Keir Starmer says PM has ‘insulted sacrifices made by British people’ →
As one ICU doctor said the scandal “spits in the face of NHS staff”, Sir Keir Starmer labelled it “an insult to the sacrifices made by British people”, while the Daily Mail asked “what planet are they on” and Daily Telegraph ran a highly critical editorial.
· Auto Windscreens owner imposes pay cut on staff unilaterally →
Questions over legality of move by Markerstudy Group which employs about 3,000 staff