3 Dec 2011



Anonymous said...

sorry to be writing this news ..
What I have to write is not really related but this is not of interest.
but I would like to expose and reaffirm some things that were written in this blog:

I am cabin crew for some years now at Stansted.
this is known as the worst of Ryanair BASE. when I say worst, I mean the way it is run by joanne Mullally.
joanne Mullally is the stansted base smanager for many years and seems to have a special powers in Dublin (Ryanair Headoffice).
this is a person who: screams, pushes and blackmail all the cabin crews as it finds within the crew room. especially those who are in standby airport.
she yells at everyone telling them that they have to deliver magazines to the aircrafts (even if is raining, MUST sell priority boarding, Stansted Express train tickets (which apparently is illegal under the BAA regulations), or (at Christmas time) selling Ryanair calendars.
fearful of losing job, all workers do it.
when these workers are "caught" eating or drinking are immediately informed that they can not do it!
When they try to explain they need to eat or drink are faced with an ultimatum: "Either you stop eating or you're fired"

As is in the SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURE - While on airport standby Ryanair Shall Provide to the crew member a quiet and comfortable place not open to the public.
this is all a lie in stansted!!
sometimes we have a single table where do not fit more than 5 people!
I said sometimes because the table "disappears" often, forcing cabin crews to work on other things (like the aforementioned train tickets, priority tickets or calendars ...)

this is just one of many daily episodes!

my questions are:
-Who can defend us???
- Do we have any rights as foreign workers in the uk? (i would like to remind that in STN the majority are foreign BUT there are also English, Irish and Scottish workers)
-despite being "forbidden" by Ryanair, what unions can do for us?
(By the way, can they fire people for being in the union?)

thanks a milion

Anonymous said...

Present Ryanair Cabin Crew ABOVE.
Thank you for your comments on our blog.
A comment to this will be posted on our Blog today.

You can ask the union below questions regarding employment issues and if you decide to join do not inform Ryanair or any of their workers.


John Foley.... said...

Present Cabin Crew at Ryanair your comment has been put on our Blog.

Anonymous said...

I have been in Ryanair over 5 years, and whilst I
Joined on a crewlink contract and have had a very good experience with the company I do understand some of the points mentioned.

Whilst I understand what you are trying to do, don't forget we are still working for Ryanair and your actions may be detrimental to our jobs

John Foley.... said...

Thank you for your comment and it is good news your still enjoying your experience after 5 years..I do know a vast amount of probationary ryanair cabin crew that are not happy and are damaged by Ryanair...I do understand some actions our campaign will do may not be liked by all but the bigger picture must be looked at and others must be considered....Maybe your now contracted cc so your salary and working conditions are much better than Probationary Cabin Crew...
Ryanairdontcare Campaign is not against Ryanair Crew,we are against Management at Ryanair and always will be until shareholders sack the lot of them...
Happy New Year....

John Foley.... said...

Anonymous 2nd January 2012..
As you have been at Ryanair for 5 years you must have a Ryanair Contract which has many benefits for you.
As for Probationary Cabin Crew which are up to 4000 at any one time,they have no joy..Exploitation of Probationary Cabin Crew must be stopped and contracted cabin crew must not only think of their own..Unite together as one....Let us also see how a 2 month leave with no pay for contracted Ryanair cabin crew will effect you..Next year it will be 4 months no pay and so on...Then come back to our Blog talking about us being detrimental to your job...
Join a union below...