The management of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company has expressed gratitude to its clients for their patience throughout the company’s employees’ strike. The industrial action that the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company’s employees had started on January 23, 2023, has been suspended.
The decision to end the strike, which lasted for nearly 14 hours, and to immediately resume work was made in a communique that was signed by the company’s management, union representatives, and regulatory bodies.
Other topics agreed upon are that NAHCO management withdraws the lawsuit it filed at the National Industrial Court against the unions; that worker welfare negotiations start on January 25, 2023; and that no staff member should be victimized because they participated in a protest.
Speaking on the resolution at the end of the meeting held at NAHCO Aviance House, the Group Executive Director, Dr. Sola Obabori, expressed sincere appreciation of the company to its clients who showed great understanding with NAHCO during the period of the strike action and to the passengers who were inconvenienced by the strike action.
He expressed the readiness of the company to provide excellent customer experience to its clients and delight them continually pointing out that both staff and management are key stakeholders in the bigger picture.