Property mogul Sudhir Ruparelia on Thursday pardoned employees of radio Sanyu FM who had all been sacked after they staged a sit-down strike to protest a Management decision to reduce their salaries due to the COVID-19 lock down asked all the sacked staff at Sanyu FM to reapply for their jobs.
Management had on On Wednesday, uplifted a decision to sack all staff at Sanyu FM after they had laid off work protesting a 25 per cent salary reduction the company subjected them to. However, the company’s top managers met the heads of departments and agreed to pardon the sacked staff whom they said “apologised” to management.
A source who attended the meeting but preferred anonymity to speak freely said that the staff begged management to return to work because they were misled by one of their colleagues.
The source said that the top managers during the meeting agreed that all those who had absconded but wanted to return must re-apply for their jobs.