Exit option for 300 former DCA workers

Trimming down: The structure of the CAAB could not accommodate all the workers of DCA
Trimming down: The structure of the CAAB could not accommodate all the workers of DCA

The Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) has offered exit packages to 303 former Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) employees.

The DCA was abolished and transformed into Civil Aviation Authority Botswana (CAAB) in 2009, which led to some of its employees being re-deployed to MTC, as they could not be absorbed into the structures of the CAAB.

The exit packages include separation pay, notice pay and leave pay, amongst other benefits. The exit date for those who want to leave the public service is September 30, 2015.

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