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  • Report:  #950

Complaint Review: United Airlines - Nationwide

Reported By:
- Tempe, Arizona,
Submitted:
Sat, November 27, 1999
Updated:
Sat, October 01, 2005

United Airlines
Nationwide, U.S.A.
Web:
N/A
Categories:
Airlines



I was once an employee with United Airlines at their reservations department and I was fired just for little to no reason (just for disservicing a customer which I think is a lie!) and I feel that what they did was wrong!

Well there was not enough training nor support from management causing alot of poor morale and I have made my complaints known to upper management about my situation and they did nothing!

I did the best job I can and I feel that Im getting a bum rap! So I urge everyone dont fly United Airlines, fly someone else! Not worth your time and your money!



4 Updates & Rebuttals

Kim

Los Angeles,
California,
U.S.A.
The big picture

#2UPDATE EX-employee responds

Fri, September 30, 2005

Years ago, when UAL was a prosperous company, before unions, and before greed got the better of them, they were a great company to work for. They cared about their employees, they shared with their employees, and most of all they respected their employees. Things changed. To put a finger on just one thing would be impossible. Blame it on the top dogs? Yes. Blame it on management? Yes. Blame it on 9/11, bankruptsy, summer from hell? Yes. Ok, what about the employees, what about their accountability in all of this. There is blame there. Look at the employees at UA. More important, look at the front line employees, the first impression. What do you see? In order for this company to survive, there needs to be mutual respect. Respect between management and employees, employees and customers. And the customers have a responsibility here as well, be accountable for yourself, and stop blaming the company for your own misgivings. Be kind to one another. No one will mistake your kindness for weakness, they will only respect you more.


Kim

Los Angeles,
California,
U.S.A.
The big picture

#3UPDATE EX-employee responds

Fri, September 30, 2005

Years ago, when UAL was a prosperous company, before unions, and before greed got the better of them, they were a great company to work for. They cared about their employees, they shared with their employees, and most of all they respected their employees. Things changed. To put a finger on just one thing would be impossible. Blame it on the top dogs? Yes. Blame it on management? Yes. Blame it on 9/11, bankruptsy, summer from hell? Yes. Ok, what about the employees, what about their accountability in all of this. There is blame there. Look at the employees at UA. More important, look at the front line employees, the first impression. What do you see? In order for this company to survive, there needs to be mutual respect. Respect between management and employees, employees and customers. And the customers have a responsibility here as well, be accountable for yourself, and stop blaming the company for your own misgivings. Be kind to one another. No one will mistake your kindness for weakness, they will only respect you more.


Kim

Los Angeles,
California,
U.S.A.
The big picture

#4UPDATE EX-employee responds

Fri, September 30, 2005

Years ago, when UAL was a prosperous company, before unions, and before greed got the better of them, they were a great company to work for. They cared about their employees, they shared with their employees, and most of all they respected their employees. Things changed. To put a finger on just one thing would be impossible. Blame it on the top dogs? Yes. Blame it on management? Yes. Blame it on 9/11, bankruptsy, summer from hell? Yes. Ok, what about the employees, what about their accountability in all of this. There is blame there. Look at the employees at UA. More important, look at the front line employees, the first impression. What do you see? In order for this company to survive, there needs to be mutual respect. Respect between management and employees, employees and customers. And the customers have a responsibility here as well, be accountable for yourself, and stop blaming the company for your own misgivings. Be kind to one another. No one will mistake your kindness for weakness, they will only respect you more.


David

Idnotknow,
California,
U.S.A.
United Airlines Employees Screwed

#5Consumer Comment

Mon, September 05, 2005

Just like our passengers, UAL has abused us too. Greed will take this airline down. I predict the end of this airline within 2 years.The new applicants they intend to hire will kill this airline. Passengers will expect a certain level of service that these hamberger flippers wont have any idea of how to deliver. I suggest to all the current hard working dilligent loyal employees of UAL leave as soon as you can. WE can all do beter than this. Go and be appreciated!!!

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