Ryanair crew warned of 'disciplinary proceedings' by rec firms

Ryanair crew warned of 'disciplinary proceedings' by rec firms

Cabin crew at Irish airline Ryanair were allegedly sent letters from recruitment firms which warned of consequences for those whose average sales fell “below budget”.

The Guardian reports that crew were told they may face “disciplinary proceedings” and have their working hours changed unless they sold more scratch cards and perfume. One of the letters, the publication explains, came from rec agency WorkForce International Contractors – the other recruitment firm cannot be named as they could not be reached for comment.

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Comments (1)

  • MBG9358
    Wed, 6 Dec 2017 11:21am GMT
    Agency staff work under a contract for services agreement however, they are under the control and supervision of the client when working for them. In issuing a letter with reference to disciplinary proceedings the agency has now inferred that the staff are employed by them and could lead to many tribunal claims.


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