The Irish Government should be ashamed of what they have not done regarding employment issues at Ryanair which have and continue to wreck young students lives....
You have turned a blind eye to the exploitation of so many for Profit..TAX to Dublin and MORE....We ask the question ARE MEMBERS OF THE IRISH GOVERNMENT INVOLVED WITH RYANAIR.??????????
As Andrew told us that after three years living in exasperation decided to be fired. "I deliberately opened disease without sending the certificate first, and so I have convened three times the base Dublin chiarissi so my position and eventually they fired me. " Why did you come to a decision so striking? I knew that would be enough for one day of illness negatively affect my professional conduct. Because getting sick, although it is a legitimate right to risk their jobs. In practice, Ryanair does not accept at all that his employee can become ill, so much so that the certificate is required to justify the absence of communicating the disease to the company, the face of the privacy law that applies in Italy. no longer was holding the grueling pace of this company that treats you like a slave, as a number. I was especially tired of waiting in the vain hope of gaining a permanent contract, which would never have given, given that within a year and a half had already been calls for open only five days of illness and this has fact - according to them-irreparably compromised my ability to get an appointment fixed. So ill be banned? Pretty much. You've just taken a forward contract, renewable annually. And if in this period also opened a single disease, or arrive late to your job opportunities for stable intake is greatly reduced. But not only. It 'also important that during the fixed term contract the employee bring concrete results of the company in economic terms. Or rather that it can sell more to the passenger. Whether it's a perfume, phone cards or scratch cards does not matter, because the only priority is to increase the company's revenue. And if you do not recalled well come from Ryanair, a worker becomes useless because it does not produce. For this reason, the Irish company secretly sent on board the "mystery passengers" that control without your knowledge and your ability to relate to the vendor company. In short, a continuous pressure relentlessly, because this company, think only in profit, even at the expense of safety. In what sense? Just think about that just a few minutes of conversation, during which it is a must even the slightest knowledge of the language English to join the group. In the work of Ryanair flight attendant is often chosen as an alternative remedy to rampant unemployment. There are a lot of people recruited from eastern Europe and, for the condition from which they are willing to accept everything. However an emergency situation on board un'aeromobile could prove fatal because of the lack of an understandable communication between the same colleagues. And that says it all. A special not just irrelevant for an airline ... In fact, in my opinion, and in reference to what I said before, the fact that safety is not just the priority of this troubled company, and indeed should open a serious discussion because in Italy the flight attendants should refer to specific safety regulations issued by the Ministry of Transport. And do not forget that this work involves a very high stress for the kind of life you carry 10 thousand meters of altitude. And do not talk about economic gratification. For example, the stand by mode, during which you must be at the disposal of the holding for 12 hours a day, is not even paid. As they are not even paid service hours. This means that if a failure or a sudden storm must stop for several hours at an airport for delayed departure not perceive anything. In France, Ryanair goes why not honor the contract beyond the Alps. In Italy, however, how are things? bad, even worse. If I think about my personal experience I almost threw away 3 years of my life. I worked in every respect in my country, but I never paid a penny of contribution in Italy, but in Ireland. Even join a trade union is effectively banned, and those who wanted to challenge this rule often had a hard life, so much to end up in some remote desert base. So Ryanair has seen fit to elect its workers a kind of representative who in theory should mention the problems of workers and bring them directly to the Dublin office. But paradoxically, the vote took place verbally in separate locations, without anything in writing. And so once again the Irish company is the host, ignoring the discontent felt in the Italian bases. So at this point I have said it better unemployed than a slave of a company that thinks of humans as a factory that soldiers should not and can not think. I lost my job but I recovered my dignity.