Bombardier has started recalling most of its
Canada-based employees who were placed on furlough following
government mandates enacted to slow the spread of COVID19.
Suspended manufacturing and service
activities will gradually resume from 11 May.
Nearly 11,000 employees are expected to be back to
work within the next few weeks across Bombardierís aviation and
transportation segments as well as the corporate office.
Return-to-work schedules will vary by site and be subject to new
procedures designed to ensure employee health and safety.
employees whose physical presence is not required at Bombardierís
production or service sites will be asked to work from home until
ďAs we resume operations across many of our sites,
the health and safety of our employees, our customers and the
general population will continue to be our top priority,Ē said …ric Martel, President and Chief Executive
Officer, Bombardier Inc. ďI deeply believe that by continuing to
work in close collaboration with the employee representatives and
public health authorities in all the countries where we operate,
Bombardier will establish itself as an example of a dynamic and
responsible industrial leader in the global recovery.Ē