Berlin: Wisag files for bankruptcy

Berlin-Tegel Airport (Photo: Pixabay).
Berlin-Tegel Airport (Photo: Pixabay).

Berlin: Wisag files for bankruptcy

Berlin-Tegel Airport (Photo: Pixabay).
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The corona crisis is having a hard time affecting the ground service provider at Tegel Airport. Now they are finally pulling the rip cord: As the Verdi union reports, bankruptcy has been filed for the company. 

The situation is fatal. The procedure was initiated in order to put a “three-month protective shield over the company”, according to a letter to the employees. Around 350 employees are thus looking into an uncertain future. But you shouldn't notice anything about it. Because the operative business should continue to run despite everything, how rbb24.de reported.

On the part of the Verdi, one has to put up with serious accusations. "Wisag's behavior suggests that the Corona crisis and the foreseeable closure of Tegel will be used to save costs and get rid of the more expensive, but best-qualified old workers cheaply," said Enrico Rümker, the Verdi union secretary in charge.

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