Old 4th Mar 2007, 20:30
  #165 (permalink)  
Join Date: May 2006
Location: UK
Posts: 299

Yes, I voted and I voted for the third option, the mix and match of both designs.

To be quite honest I thought the whole thing was a bit of a joke. But nevermind.

I just don't see how easyjet can get rid of the trousers with girls who are actually not allowed to wear skirts by the company at the moment. What is easyjet going to do about cases like this? Seriously, any idea?

I know they are talking about leaving the ties for the guys optional at the moment so there is obviously still some room for changes.

However, about being not well informed...unfortunately I didn't have a chance to see the designs when they were introduced at our base, the photos (the ones that were supposed to help us vote) weren't very obvious only showing upper body pictures which I thought was a bit silly but there you go. But the actual design drawing for the wining uniform design shows trousers for the ladies. Go figure!
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