November 7, 2018 16:41 |
The Irish low-cost airline Rajaner has fired six employees who were shot on the floor of a Spanish airport last month.
Irish low-cost airline Rajaner has fired six workers who were shot on the floor of a Spanish airport last month.
The photo was expanded at an incredible speed via the Internet and six cabin crew members met on the floor of an office at Malaga airport.
Rajaner claims that it is a montage, and the trade unions say that the workers spent the night at the airport, without food and drink, and that they did not have sufficient accommodation.
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"The crew spent a short time in the crew room, after which they were transferred to the VIP department and returned to Porto the next day," the company said, adding that the photo was published in the media, disrupting the reputation of the company. and six employees had irreparably damaged their trust.
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"The workers were fired for gross violations of the rules," Ryan said, reports the BBC.
The Portuguese union later confirmed that employees were transferred to the VIP department at a given moment.
More than 20 crew members stayed in Malaga after their flight to Porto had moved on a different date.
The photo was first shared by Jim Eckinson on Twitter, who criticized Ryan & # 39; s approach to his employees, after which the photo became viral on social networks.