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BA jobs in danger at Gatwick Airport

11 April 2012

Hundreds of British Airways (BA) staff working at Gatwick Airport are concerned for their futures, following the airline’s announcement to cut jobs.

The airline plans to make 120 check-in and customer service staff redundant. A further 400 positions for baggage handlers, drivers and loaders will be outsourced, meaning that current employees will lose their jobs unless they are able to transfer to a subcontractor.

BA said in a statement: “We have begun consultation with our trade unions on proposals to transform the way British Airways works at Gatwick.

“They are part of a wide-ranging plan to build a stronger and more cost-competitive business and safeguard jobs for the future.

“Proposals include outsourcing the ramp work, including baggage, de-icing and coaching operations, and the arrivals baggage service and combining roles within customer services.

“We hope to agree a proposal with the trade unions to offer anyone who works on the ramp a role with a new external supplier, under TUPE transfer legislation.

“We will do all we can to minimise the impact on people in the customer service teams, but it is likely there may be some staff reductions in this area and among the management team and support structure.

“As a traditional full-service carrier with a long history, we have to meet the challenge of transforming our cost base to compete more effectively in the short-haul market, while continuing to deliver outstanding service and value for our customers.”

BA is the only airline with its own ground staff at Gatwick Airport.

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If employees are asked to undertake different shifts or working patterns to the restructing of the company, then FUSION’s Time and Attendance System take this in their stride. Borer's FUSION Time and Attendance systems deal with all clocking matters, from simple collection of employees' clocking data, through to job costing and extensive labour hours analysis. Many working patterns – flexi-time, night shifts and overtime are easily created with the software.

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