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United Airlines staff fired for selling their workplace benefits

Dozens of United Airlines staff have been fired after it was discovered they were abusing their employee travel perks by selling travel passes, which are intended for employees and their friends and family – USA today reports.

More than 35 staff took part in what the airline described as a “brokering scheme,” where employees were soliciting pass travel privileges from their colleagues to put up for sale.

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