gunnerman wrote:BA has a process whereby employees who cannot do their jobs due to illness are assessed by British Airways Health Service (BAHS) for suitability for another job. So, a crew member who cannot fly will be assessed for a ground job. We are not told if she was assessed and, if so, what was the outcome, but we do know that she was offered voluntary redundancy which she accepted.
ODwyerPW wrote:$115k pounds, That's $151k usd, I guess that pays for about 3 years of being out of work for most folks. (yeah I know allot of folks make much much more, but I'm talking median individual incomes here)..
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