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Hey – if money is being given by the owner and it is not getting to the employees, it is the employees who are getting robbed, not the owner.

In any case, this is an academic philosophical point, as there is no doubt that hamed al hamed knows exactly what is going on in his company, perpetrated by faris deeb co. And he evidently supports it. Certainly he should be aware about the losses of the company, since he constantly has to input millions more in cash, the many court judgments won by employees who have not been paid, the many lawsuits and detaining of aircraft abroad by suppliers (london, pairs istanbul most recently), the repossessed aircraft, the aircraft that he has bought back from disgusted customers, the $5 million lawsuit by former top customer sheikh khalid al enazi placed in jordan which alleges that mr.

Deeb stole $5 million in cash from this esteemed customer…India money laundering

Of course hamed knows that the employees are not being paid – he just doesn’t give a rat’s ass. Try to ask for your pay, you get trumped-up charges placed against you (see http://www.Pprune.Org/middle-east/45…B-go-jail.Html).

Easy to see who I am. PJ sent me an email on my personal email account just about 1 year ago today. This was because my company email and phone had been silenced that day (without my knowledge). The email stated that I was no longer necessary, vacate my apartment and go home. I filed suit in labor court, won the judgement, hired lawyers, all of that and prestige jet has still not paid my back salary, vacation time not taken and end of service. They simply refuse to pay. If you think you can do better, I suggest you think again. If anyone in management’s lips are moving they are lying. They lie to the government, the labor court, the employees, the suppliers, the aircraft companies and anyone else who will listen to the line of BS.India money laundering tread lightly my fine feathered friends.

We have seen numerous threads detailing the underhanded methods of the ownership and management of prestige jet, but this one is really over the top:

Well… There ya have it gentlemen…

Do you really want to work for an outfit that makes you launder their money, doesn’t pay your salary for months, and then tries to imprison you when you try to move on simply because they don’t want to pay your end-of-service benefits…

Most people would find this assertion laughable to the point of ridiculous…. Yet with prestige…. ‘laughable and ridiculous’ are kind words to describe them…

Due to having no credit after failing to pay just about every person and organization it deals with, prestige jet sends its flight crews out with tens of thousands of euros in cash in order to pay for things like fuel, ground handling, hotels, etc.India money laundering the entire operation is a cash operation, customers paying cash to prestige jet, prestige jet paying cash to suppliers – an accounting, organizational control, security and money-laundering nightmare.

With this background, a lineage pilot asks to be paid (the company has not paid employees in several months), gets nowhere and so files a case for his pay. How does prestige jet react? While said pilot is out of country, they file a criminal case accusing the pilot of stealing AED 2 million and now he will be arrested if he tries to enter UAE.

Of course, if he really took the money, the airplane would have never been fueled or paid its various landing, handling and other charges, so this claim is rendered prima facie absurd by fact of the pilot having successfully completed all assigned trips, which he could not have done without spending the money on required items such as fuel and ground handling (not to mention what an indictment this is about management control over the cash, if it is to be believed.)

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Colleagues, it is bad enough to not be paid, to be paid sporadically and to be ripped off on your way out of the company – but to be accused of criminal acts and sent to jail because you do your job and ask to be paid is absolutely reprehensible. I hope that all in the pilot community will be as shocked and outraged as I am about this new low in UAE working conditions.

Thank you for whatever moral support you can add to this innocent pilot’s travails. Please add your comments so that this thread remains on page 1 of pprune until the charges are dropped against this pilot, the current employees are paid and the court orders to pay former employees, a number of whom have successfully won judgments which the company simply ignores, are complied with by prestige jet. Thank you for your support and participation in keeping this topic and this thread alive.India money laundering

We have seen numerous threads detailing the underhanded methods of the ownership and management of prestige jet, but this one is really over the top:

Well… There ya have it gentlemen…

Do you really want to work for an outfit that makes you launder their money, doesn’t pay your salary for months, and then tries to imprison you when you try to move on simply because they don’t want to pay your end-of-service benefits…

Most people would find this assertion laughable to the point of ridiculous…. Yet with prestige…. ‘laughable and ridiculous’ are kind words to describe them…

Due to having no credit after failing to pay just about every person and organization it deals with, prestige jet sends its flight crews out with tens of thousands of euros in cash in order to pay for things like fuel, ground handling, hotels, etc. The entire operation is a cash operation, customers paying cash to prestige jet, prestige jet paying cash to suppliers – an accounting, organizational control, security and money-laundering nightmare.India money laundering

With this background, a lineage pilot asks to be paid (the company has not paid employees in several months), gets nowhere and so files a case for his pay. How does prestige jet react? While said pilot is out of country, they file a criminal case accusing the pilot of stealing AED 2 million and now he will be arrested if he tries to enter UAE.

Of course, if he really took the money, the airplane would have never been fueled or paid its various landing, handling and other charges, so this claim is rendered prima facie absurd by fact of the pilot having successfully completed all assigned trips, which he could not have done without spending the money on required items such as fuel and ground handling (not to mention what an indictment this is about management control over the cash, if it is to be believed.)

Colleagues, it is bad enough to not be paid, to be paid sporadically and to be ripped off on your way out of the company – but to be accused of criminal acts and sent to jail because you do your job and ask to be paid is absolutely reprehensible.India money laundering I hope that all in the pilot community will be as shocked and outraged as I am about this new low in UAE working conditions.