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Old 17th Jun 2022, 08:19
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Originally Posted by A320LGW View Post
This.

I have learned this the hard way. No one, absolutely no one cares about you in this industry. The only time someone will ever care about you is when your misfortune affects them.
Yup, this!
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Old 17th Jun 2022, 21:02
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Hi CAA,

My current airline is harassing me and bullying me to go along with what they want. They are well known for such appalling behaviour and jeopardising flight safety - see the Ciampino flight for evidence of such behaviour. I've decided to stay home from work and not fly because I don't think it's wise to fly in that sort of environment. I am specifically unfit to fly because of the hostile workplace environment that they choose to create. Otherwise my physical and mental health are in good condition. What do you think CAA
As others have said just think how R would handle the situation if the tables where turned and they could gain any advantage by getting rid of you. Would they hesitate? should you?

Having said that and in reference to the post above. Using safety to push a personal agenda is a big no no in my book.
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Old 18th Jun 2022, 08:26
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Originally Posted by BoeingLudo737 View Post
Feelings are not hurt. You are delusional and a sad individual. Won't be spending more time talking to people like you. Total waste of space
Seems like a youngster just paid a wonderful 35k for a type rating with a post on LinkedIn just like: I HAVE HAD THE BEST OPPORTUNITY I COULD EVER IMAGINED OF WITH RYANAIR, THEY OFFERED ME...
They offered you sh*t, you paid for the interview, you paid an astronomical price for the type and you pay to work. Cancer is just a scratch to what i would say.

BTW, as someone else said, I had a friend which left in a month due to being friends with "someone" within management at his base.... So maybe you have friends?
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Old 18th Jun 2022, 09:39
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Leave but work your notice - you may get to rejoin (no doubt on worse conditions) if you need to in the future.

Leave and don't work your notice - you'll be on black list, nothing more.

Sometimes closing the door firmly behind you is not a bad thing.

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Old 18th Jun 2022, 14:25
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Go on sick leave and get double salary.
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Old 18th Jun 2022, 21:12
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Originally Posted by Sam Ting Wong View Post
Go on sick leave and get double salary.
that is the stupidest thing to do. If you pretend to be sick while it is easy to trace for RYR that you are actually doing a TQ then you are a fraud. You are doing illegal things.

Just leave. If they want to sue you let them. I am very certain they donít as they are afraid to open pandoraís box. Also ask them for a cost specification for your rating.
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Old 18th Jun 2022, 21:47
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Originally Posted by SaulGoodman View Post
that is the stupidest thing to do. If you pretend to be sick while it is easy to trace for RYR that you are actually doing a TQ then you are a fraud. You are doing illegal things.

Just leave. If they want to sue you let them. I am very certain they donít as they are afraid to open pandoraís box. Also ask them for a cost specification for your rating.
Couldn't agree more with you Saul, and for those who haven't been in the aviation world for decades, you'll soon realise just how very small our world is. Don't be surprised if there is someone you've flown with or in the past or even a training/management pilot on your new type rating course with the new company. Innocent gossip will then make its way back over the Irish Sea.
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Old 19th Jun 2022, 11:58
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The way I see it is;

If the new airline you are going to are asking you to bust your notice period then maybe they are not quite the 'great opportunity' not to miss. Not a great an attitude for a new employer.

Even Ryanair, yes shock horror, doesn't ask people to not work their full notice.

Lets face it most established airlines know its 3 months notice for the vast majority of pilots and has been for a long time.

Yes if you have months of unused leave etc but work your notice as the grass is not always greener regardless of the Ryanair debate.
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Old 19th Jun 2022, 12:36
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Originally Posted by Say Mach Number View Post
Even Ryanair, yes shock horror, doesn't ask people to not work their full notice.
They do. And trying to please them has been my biggest mistake because I never ended up working there. But maybe they did me a favour.

To the OP: just leave. Look after yourself.
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Old 19th Jun 2022, 14:23
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Not worth falling out over as they say, but in my first hand experience FR do not encourage anyone not to work full notice unless of course their Company is happy to let them go. If their Company says do full notice then so be it.
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Old 21st Jun 2022, 16:33
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F..k them. Don't get intimitated with the blacklist of RYR. I was unemployed a few years ago, was invited by them but i chose to do something else rather than working for those crooks. And it paid of. You have to ask yourself after this many years of experience you have, if you still want to work for them, even if you are unemployed. For a newbie the situation is different ofcourse. But you....you know the drill already.
So, go for that other job before someone else gets and you being stuck with that crook company, simply because you were honest to play by the book.

Good luck.
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