I just wanna throw in that this type of “unacceptable” behavior towards employees to whether it’s a minor or major company doesn’t matter and happen all around the world. Now I would believe that the vast majority of the companies in the world, and especially within in the aviation industry wouldn’t and don’t allow this to happen, but unfortunately the world isn’t far and if money is all what Mr. CEO cares about then employees status is second to none of their business.
Basically, unfairness still exists, has existed and will always be there to exist. It will never seize to be present and will haunt many workers throughout history. There’s much we could do but at the same time it’s not that easy to just barge in be like, hey, you, stop toying around with your employees like hat, give them fair treatment like others in your own company or like others in other companies.
I’ll just end of by saying that this not okay, this shouldn’t happen, but not much you can do about it, right? I’ve seen worse working climates that persist around the world, and this is one of them, ranked in the list of unfair treatment of workers in a company who’s main goal is to actually serve other people. I mean how are you gonna be at service when you don’t receive the same service from your boss or whoever is in charge?
Well the world is a big place guys, and this is one of many horrible stops you’ll see along the path.