WeWork's India chief is inviting Jet Airways staff to apply for jobs
- Co-working space provider WeWork's India chief is inviting the staff off Jet Airways to apply for jobs.
- 16,000 employees of Jet Airways have been left in a lurch after the cash-strapped airline got grounded last week.
- WeWork's India offices have at least 149 open positions across departments.
AdvertisementJet Airways, India's oldest private airline, has been grounded. That was not good news for the company's lenders, air passengers, the economy, but the worst hit are the company's 16,000 employees who hung around during the last few stressful months before getting stranded.
But there may be some good news. WeWork is inviting the staff off Jet Airways to apply for vacancies in the company that provides co-working spaces.
Be a part of our WeWork family. To know more, write to us at email@example.com #weworkindia https://t.co/uhL885XJeI— WeWork India (@WeWorkIndia) 1556031560000
The tweet from WeWork India followed a post on LinkedIn by the Chief Executive Officer, Ryan Bennett.
The India unit of the $45 billion WeWork has at least 149 open positions in the country, according to the website.
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