Wework India Offers Job to Jet Airways Employees | Here are the Details

WeWork coworking has announced to offer jobs to the Jet Airways employees in India. US-based coworking operator, WeWork has been all set to appoint Jet Airways employees. As recently Jet Airways in India has suspended its operation and thousands of its employees get affected by the decision. Now WeWork has come forward in India to help them get a new job.

Coworking spaces have been spreading its wings in India like anything. It has been the first preference of any entrepreneurs when it comes to office spaces. So it has been the duty of the operator to provide them with the best place along with great hospitality. When it comes to hospitality, no one can do it better than airlines or hotelier.

WeWork Coworking in India to offer jobs to Jet Airways Employees

Recently, WeWork India in its statement has announced that they will be appointing Jet Airways employees for the multiple posts. Last month only, Jet Airways suspended its operations and 22,000+ employees were left in the lurch. Now, a coworking operator, WeWork has decided to offer jobs to the Jet Airways employees. The company has specially created an email id for Jet Airways employees, where they can send their resume and it will be on a priority basis.

WeWork has openings for Community management, marketing and sales as well as the IT Department. Jet Airways candidates can apply for the same and their respective resume will be on the priority list for the WeWork vacancy.

Many other companies to offer Jobs to the Jet Airways Employees

Earlier as well, SpiceJet has hired about 500 of Jet Airways employees in cabin crew, pilot and other posts. Even many other companies came forward in regards to the hiring of the employees. In the last week only, startups like Curefit, StayAbode and Bounce also twitted regarding the job openings for suspended Jet Airways employees.

Although the number of vacancies rolled out by these startups are still unclear. But it has been expected that startups may take in around 100-150 people. We hope soon all the employees of Jet Airways get a new job and we wish all the luck to all for the same.

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