Ryanair: fired the 6 employees photographed to "sleep" at Malaga airport
A photo to protest against the (absurd) decision of the low-cost
The six Portuguese employees of Ryanair who had been photographed while sleeping on the floor in a VIP room at Malaga airport blocked by Hurricane "Leslie", were fired. The pics posted on "Twitter" on October 14 was a staging to show the conditions of the staff of Ryanair blocked in Malaga, a form of protest against the decision to have them stay at the airport instead of transferring them to a hotel since no structure he had rooms available for that night. A situation in reality paradoxical since it is a tourist city full of hotels at a time of year with little tourism.
This form of protest was not well seen by Ryanair -as reported by "BBC"- has decided to dismiss the six employees in question because of "serious damage to the image caused to the company". What will be the reaction of the Portuguese union Snpvac who first denounced the treatment of low-cost against the staff who had been stuck in Malaga for the night.
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