There’s No Way He Can Land This Plane

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Pilots union tells Ryanair that strike notice stands (RTE)

Previously: The Scratchcard Revolt

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6 thoughts on “There’s No Way He Can Land This Plane

  1. Worlds Biggest Ranter

    Generation twee brigade best look away now. For those of a soft centred but angry exterior nature who do read on you were most likely offended before you ever read this (or anything) anyway.

    As a good friend of mines father said to his workforce many years ago ….

    “I’ve no problem with any of ye joining a union, you just wont be working here”

    Collective bargaining does not equal right to hijack the day to day running of a company. Print me some P45s and bring me some new, less cosseted, hungrier for a job potential employees.

    1. scottser

      a great business model if it’s set up for a high staff turnover and you’ve nothing to steal or break. not so much if you want loyal, dedicated, hard-working employees who are invested in your enterprise.

      1. Cian

        This is so true. I think the problems really arise in phase 3: you have unions – but don’t have loyal, dedicated, hard-working employees who are invested in your enterprise. this happens when the unions take over and company starts working for the employees. This is how the like of Irish Rail (and other civil/public services [allegedly – I’ve never worked there so don’t know]) and some of the older private companies (like the banks the ones that had a job-for-life and defined benefit pensions).

    2. Nigel

      Someone should collectively bargain you until you stop bombastically torturing syntax and straw people.

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