British Airways
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Why did you leave your job at British Airways?

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  • Industry change has driven a disturbing change in culture. Employees are not valued and seen as an expendable resource, no more. The industry is great fun but know what you are getting into. A flag won’t pay the mortgage however much you love it.

  • If you enjoyed bring monitored from the moment your shift starts, including when and how long you go to the toilet, this is the company for you. The managers treat most staff like naughty badly behaved children. Then there is the unfair favouritism of a few staff members who can swear, lie and generally behave badly. BA is a horrible company.

  • British airways in the 90' and early 2000. Were grest to work for a d i enjoyed a great career as crew then Purser. I now see a huge difference in the standard of crew and appearance of crew. Service and proffesionalism jas really gone down hill. I am now out of the industry but would still recommend anyone to give it a go. Its hard but you get out what you put in

  • By being promoted to the next level

  • I currently still work for British Airways.

  • Sick Parents

  • Voluntary redundancy

  • Redundancy

  • Still employed in BA however am looking for new challenges

  • I decided to leave BAH because after having my daughter they were not able to provide me with flexible working hours. As this would not work for me and my family I made the tough decision to leave.

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