The MTR control room at Tsing Yi Station. Under a new plan, rail supervisors reaching retirement age could be hired back in lower positions with a 30 per cent pay cut. Photo: Bruce Yan The MTR control room at Tsing Yi Station. Under a new plan, rail supervisors reaching retirement age could be hired back in lower positions with a 30 per cent pay cut. Photo: Bruce Yan
The MTR control room at Tsing Yi Station. Under a new plan, rail supervisors reaching retirement age could be hired back in lower positions with a 30 per cent pay cut. Photo: Bruce Yan
Hong Kong MTR

Hong Kong’s MTR Corp under fire for post-retirement plan that ‘makes senior staff feel like cheap labour’

  • Embattled rail operator confirms one-year trial scheme for retired supervisors to be ‘re-engaged as frontline staff’
  • Rail supervisors over retirement age of 60 to be hired back in lower positions with 30 per cent pay cut

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
The MTR control room at Tsing Yi Station. Under a new plan, rail supervisors reaching retirement age could be hired back in lower positions with a 30 per cent pay cut. Photo: Bruce Yan The MTR control room at Tsing Yi Station. Under a new plan, rail supervisors reaching retirement age could be hired back in lower positions with a 30 per cent pay cut. Photo: Bruce Yan
The MTR control room at Tsing Yi Station. Under a new plan, rail supervisors reaching retirement age could be hired back in lower positions with a 30 per cent pay cut. Photo: Bruce Yan
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