Good Day, I just want to bring to the attention of the human resource, grooming, housing,welfare departments and the CEO of Qatar airlines, about and incident aboard one of their recent flights to the Seychelles where one of the passengers filed a complaint resulting in the entire economy class cabin crew being logged for termination.
I just want the people involved in taking the decision to terminate those cabin crew members,that they should consider that there are of the crew that joins the company for different reasons ie. there are those who join for the glamor of the job and the traveling to see places on the company expense.Then there are those people who joins because of wanting to start creating a better life for them and there are those whom support families in their home countries.
The latter are the ladies and gentlemen who are disciplined,who abide by the company rules, whom are very hard working and very dignified young people with integrity.But when it comes to meting out punishment (so to speak) on a complaint of a passenger or passengers, all are being judged the same.
I know of one such hardworking dignified young lady whom just happened to be part of a cabin crew that has been “logged” for termination because of a complaint even if she is not the guilty party and was given good reviews from the CS and CSD on this particular flight. Her dreams and aspirations are now hanging in the balance pending an appeal that she lodged with the CEO.
The point that I want to make and bring to the Qatar airlines decision makers attention on this issue is, that it is grossly unfair for this young lady to have to face being terminated for something she’s NOT guilty of.The only thing she could be found guilty of is doing a very good job in operating the galley on this flight. Now pending the outcome of her appeal on this coming Friday with the CEO of Qatar Airlines her career as a flight cabin crew member will be cruelly cut short.
This is a practicing muslim young lady from South Africa whom discipline and obeying rules are part of her make up, stemming from her discipline of praying five times a day. It is a shame that she has to suffer the same fate as the guilty party and it will be a great lost to Qatar Airlines when she is terminated come this Friday 4th May 2012. I would like this to be forwarded to the CEO of QATAR Airlines or the performance and welfare officers officer of the company.
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