jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET
Mon Dec 27 01:56:51 MST 2004
I heard a lot of their employees called in sick. If they really were sick
that's one thing. If they pretended to be sick to get the day off then
they should be fired. The problem is finding out who really was sick and
who just wanted the day off.
Those who preteded to be sick just might have signed the death warrant for
US airways. By now we've all seen the piles of luggage growing at
airports all over the country. If you're one of the people whose luggage
is piling up at an airport somewhere, are you going to book a flight on US
Airways for you vacation next summer? Probably not. Even if you didn't
fly anywhere recently, you will probably have second thoughts about
booking a flight on US Airways. I know I would.
I read in the paper in the last day or so that US Airways got a bailout
from the federal government and that money runs out in February and their
future is in doubt after that.
In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
Del Boy for President.
On Mon, 27 Dec 2004, Thomas Matiska wrote:
> I'm curious just how much of this was due to the original weather problems, and how much was because of
> employees giving themselves the holiday off.
> The US Mail moves 24/7, and to help handle the Xmas rush we forfeit some of the normal protection our bargaining agreement gives us re> overtime. If US Air employees want the holiday off, they need to find a job outside of the travel/ vacation/shipping business.
> -------------- Original message from Jim <jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET>: --------------
> > After seeing the news about US Airways and the piles of luggage at various
> > airports, I have to wonder if they'll go out of business.
> > Between the airlines loosing luggage and people being groped by drones at
> > airport security, it's a wonder any airlines are still flying.
> > --
> > In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
> > Del Boy for President.
> > http://www.ofah.net
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