Posted On 25 Jul 2017
The workers complained about the constant changes in the management of the company.
The Tame Employee Association demanded stability in management, regarding the departure of the former manager of the public corporation Christian González, who resigned his position last Friday due to the inconvenience with flight 173 that covered the Quito- Cuenca-Quito route.
The president of the Association Mauricio Naranjo said that they support the decisions and work of González, who took office in March this year. The concern exposed by the workers responds to the constant managerial changes that Tame has had since 2015, after the departure of Fernando Guerrero, who was in charge of the company for two years. Thereafter, four people (including González) have managed the company for periods of less than a year.
At the press conference offered by the Association yesterday, Anabel Villaroel, cabin crew member with 30 years of experience, reiterated that the airline’s aircraft also lack a security system that private airlines do feature. (I)