Sunday, 21 March 2010

Moaning Cabin staff could spell the end of British Airways!

As the British Airways strike gets underway I’m sitting here watching the news and wondering if the company will survive the actions of its own workforce.

We’ve just experienced the worst recession since the 1930’s and as a business owner who has recently had to go through the pain of loosing a business that I’d grown and nurtured for many years, I’ve now picked myself up, dusted myself down and started again.

What on earth do the cabin crew think they are going to achieve my carrying out this industrial action? Public opinion is not behind them and their actions could damage British Airways beyond repair.

British Airways needs to tighten it’s belt like any other business at the moment and the workforce need realise that. I’ve learnt some hard lessons due to this recession and one of them is that if you want to ride out turbulent economic times you need to make some hard decisions which wont be pleasant but need to done otherwise you’re up shit creek!

These whingeing, whining bastards should just be grateful that they’ve got a job! If it were up to me I’d just sack the bloody lot of them, and get some fresh new people in who would be glad of the opportunity to have a job!

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