I'm no fan of RyanAir, but I concur with this. If you fake something to hurt your employer, good luck finding employment elsewhere.
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Although according to Ryanair the crew staged the photoSoooo, let me make sure I scanned this correctly.
The airline creates such crappy working conditions that its employees have to sleep on the floor.
Which is fine with the airline...
Until the world finds out about it.
Then, when the the news outs, the victims are sacrificed.
Never heard such a story before in corporation-land. Weird...
I think everyone acknowledges the photo was staged. The airline dumped them in a crew room without seats or any other facilities, so a group of them laid on the floor to take pictures to show how poorly they were treated. They weren't actually sleeping, or trying to, but nor were they treated with the dignity and respect an employee deserves.Although according to Ryanair the crew staged the photo
Seriously? I mean we have stuff at the very least monthly to try to hurt our company's image, customer faith, and hopefully the stock price.
Yeah, that’s bad because the narrative about a “fun prank” just went *poof*And has video of the crew staging the photo.
Well, dont stage it and you'd be in a better position. That's not creating good advertising it's a hsrd elbow in the paint, you're gonna lose posession and now management gets two easy ones on the other side of the big line down the middle.Seriously? I mean we have stuff at the very least monthly to try to hurt our company's image, customer faith, and hopefully the stock price.
We have social media accounts that sole purpose is to hurt the company's image. They aren't untruthful, much like this image isn't really either.
Staging real working conditions in order to make a point is what all advertising is.
For instance, your name is now derglas, of the clan mcalterations, from the highlands of scottland... There can be only one.Yeah, that’s bad because the narrative about a “fun prank” just went *poof*
Having had a conversation with the chief pilot when a ‘certain social media airline employee celeb’ tried to drag me into her wrongful termination case back in the early 2000’s, basically do and say what you want, but the moment you start throwing around the corporate image in a negative fashion, all bets are off. Not that I had, it’s just that I was made aware of some of her fans that were being made to his office demanding that I take down JC, we had a very supportive chat about “everything is cool, but here are some guidelines for the future”.