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Each Tenth Job In Prague Airport Be Cancelled

Prague Ruzyne airport Terminal 2
Prague Ruzyne airport Terminal 2

As we stated some days ago the Prague Ruzyně International Airport (PRG) is heading for its privatization scheduled for the second half of 2009. Today the Czech News Agency (ČTK) referring to spokeswoman Eva Krejci words informed that Sprava Letiste Praha company operating the airport is planning to cancel each tenth job by December this year.

Krejci said that the total amount of jobs to be cancelled is 240, about 150 employees will have to leave and the rest are unoccupied at the moment vacancies. The company intends to help the dismissed employees in finding new jobs.

The decision of canceling mentioned amount of positions was maid after thorough studies and analysis on account of how effective the company’s personnel is used. Then it was decided to optimize HR and cut all the ineffective positions that may slow down the airport’s development.

Sprava Letiste Praha CEO Miroslav Dvorak said that “this step will raise the value of our company from the point of view of potential investors”. And he added that "every company that follows market principles and wants to succeed in competitive environment undergoes a similar process regularly, not just in the period of preparations for a change of owner.”

Photo: by Krokodyl (

Date: 12/09/2008

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