Enterprise Television – SAA Launches App, Denies Victimization of Staff
South Africa Airways (SAA) has denied allegations of preventing employees from accessing “negative” stories about the company through mobile phones and computers, among other devices issued by the airline.
The Company spokesperson, Tlali Tlali, rejected the claims as South Africa Airways launched an Employee App, envisaged to promote communication and access to information by staff.
“We are astounded by bizarre claims that the airline has taken steps to prevent its employees from accessing negative stories about the company using it,” Tlali said.
According to him, this was not only untrue, but was impossible to implement at South Africa Airways.
“We are not aware that any such advanced technology exists and we do not even have any such provision in our Information Technology (IT), Human Resources or Communication policies.”
The South Africa Airways’s app, is said to be innovative and the first of its kind in the history of the airline. SAA was founded in 1934.
However, the app, which can be downloaded on mobile devices, will enable employees to interact with the chief executive officer, Vuyani Jarana, and management in a more direct and secure manner.
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