in the past, SAS, the subsidiary of SAS Ireland. The initiative, of the subsidiary has been met with harsh criticism from the pilot, and the kabinfacken, which says that the SAS are trying to replace them with lower-cost workers from the subsidiary company. Dagens nyheter, has in the past written about the SAS group's plans to launch yet another låglönebolag abroad.
On Tuesday, revealed the Norwegian Dagens Naeringsliv, a disgruntled pilot took matters into his own hands, and sent a letter addressed to the group's management, with the cause of the war. The letter starts with the pilot calling for a new leadership and culture within the CHARITY.
”Otherwise, there is soon no SAS present”, writes the pilot.
with the management on the basis of a minimum of 600 million kronor, which is the most widespread strikes in the spring were estimated to be the cost of the company, as well as the application of multiple mutually-competing companies, which was said to set off your project ”Turnaround 2005”. According to the pilot the danger of the SAS group, ”a civil war”, if you choose to continue to pursue the plans to set up a new subsidiary company.
”There are two ways to join the SAS. One of them is the division of the SAS. The alternative is that one of the company, in order to fight against the competition. With the 'Working Together' culture, you can get the 10,000 employees in the SAS to engage with the company's financial performance. It is not difficult to get in the way if you want it, because who doesn't want to join a winning team?” is, among other things, in the letter.
Then they screwed it up again.
”To start a civil war, just as the SAS's main competitor, is showing sign of weakness, is the strange timing. Would like SAS to make a copy of the Boeing?”
Christian Lauland, the president of the SAS Pilot Group in Norway, told dagens nyheter that the unions are standing behind the message that is being put forward in the letter.
" this is a very, very sad. When vårstrejken ended in a low anställningtryggheten the focus of attention. If this becomes a reality is that, contrary to what was agreed, then, " said Christian Lauland, to the ROTOR.
He has no understanding of the value of the potential, the desire to start a new company.
" It only creates more complexity and less operational reliability by dividing up the plants.
" I can't comment on.
" It's too early to tell, so I can't say.
In an e-mail to the ROTOR responds to the SAS editor-in-chief Vanessa Annamartz the concerns expressed in the letter.
”We have to recognize the contents of an entry in the internal channel, and this is just one of many opinions about the SAS, how to develop. Because we have chosen to engage and inform, internally, at an early stage, it is only natural that there arise the questions, and the discussion of an issue that is a concern to many.”<