2022, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
A study of stress and measures taken to cope up with it in non-permanent staff of aviation industry who work on contract during Covid-19 pandemic
Author(s): Pavithra Kumari and PS Aithal
Abstract: The initial weeks and months of the COVID-19 crisis, our country moved rapidly to provide unprecedented levels of emergency support to keep households and companies afloat, protect jobs and incomes and prevent the economy from collapsing. In the coming months, as the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and our country increasingly turned to re-opening the economies, the policymakers were needed to maintain this agility, modifying and adjusting the composition and characteristics of support packages, targeting support where it is needed most, and encouraging a return to work where possible. While doing that, it will be important to start on the task of building back better to address the deep-rooted labour market fragilities and structural inequalities that the pandemic has exposed. One of the industries that has suffered massively is the Aviation Industry especially the non-permanent staff who worked in the industry. They were not having a secured job. So during the pandemic their life was hit very hard. This study puts in a sincere effort to find the stress and measures that can be taken according to them to cope up with the pressure.
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Pavithra Kumari, PS Aithal. A study of stress and measures taken to cope up with it in non-permanent staff of aviation industry who work on contract during Covid-19 pandemic. Asian J Manage Commerce 2022;3(1):06-08.