Aroports de Montral (ADM), responding to substantial decreases in air transport activities, is restructuring at both Montral-Dorval and Montral-Mirabel international airports, as well as at head office.
The downturn in activities is seriously impacting the airport’s current revenues and those forecasted in the 2002 budget, say officials.
With a view to optimizing business processes,the ADM Management Committee is proceeding with a major restructuring, by both abolishing or merging certain positions, and by creating new functions. This will ultimately result in 60 jobs lost, representing approximately ten per cent of the organization’s workforce.
“To ensure the continued responsible and efficient management of ADM, we have decided to move forward with this restructuring. The events of this past September have increased the urgency of implementing such measures and
resulted in additional costs having to be cut. In taking action at this time, our primary concerns are to sustain our excellent level of customer service, maintain overall safety and security, and minimize the impact on our staff,”
said James C. Cherry, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aroports de Montral.
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