SSGC hints at pay cuts for employees


Staff Reporter


The management of Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) has hinted at a cut in the salaries of its employees.
According to sources, the decision to cut the salaries of the employees was taken due to the financial crisis. The company has decided to cut the salaries of the employees of grades 1 to 7. The decision would directly affect 2,000 employees.
The Sui Southern administration has also decided to suspend the promotions of employees for three years while the bonuses based on merit and performance have also been suspended for three years.
The administration has begun work to implement the decision. Sui Gas has apologized for its stance on the financial crisis. Earlier, a spokesman for the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSG) said that gas problems would be further complicated in the winter.
A spokesman for SSGC said that all stakeholders, including K-Electric, have been notified in advance and all stakeholders, including K-Electric, have been informed in advance.
He said that Sui Gas in Sindh would face a shortfall of 300 mmscfd, adding that the SSGC system was receiving less gas from various fields.
A spokesman for Sui Southern said that there was a reduction in gas pressure from the gas field and the SSGC had a shortfall of 150 mmscfd. The shortfall has affected the condition of the line pack.

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