BA worldwide computer outage. AgainBack to Forum
This is once again proof that the pennypinching campaign by Cruz has gone too far and come back to bite them.
He should take the blame and resign and go back to some fourth rate low cost carrier like Vueling. Or maybe just leave an industry he is clearly unsuited to be in.8 Aug 2019
There was one clip on the BBC news with someone who was heading to a wedding. In the background some BA numpty with a trumpet voice talking about how they had no hotel rooms available. Quality service.8 Aug 2019
rfergusonParticipant8 Aug 2019
The problem is not outsourcing per se, it’s outsourcing to the cheapest possible contractors.
Another Cruz error of judgment. As an IAG shareholder, I’m happy to see good returns on my investment, but it is not sustainable.8 Aug 2019
Well, we got away after 90 minutes sitting in the aircraft at the gate. The captain told us that he’d received authorisation to leave the gate and go by email. He sounded stunned.9 Aug 2019
The problem is not outsourcing per se, it’s outsourcing to the cheapest possible contractors
Alas capetonianm, is that not the basic and primary objective of companies using outsource companies.
Purposely take advantage of lower wages , and more importantly, responsibilities to pension contributions by shifting accountability somewhere else.
Take into account that those same outsource companies also tend to make large profits on hard driven contracts then you can see why the buyer (in this case BA) often have to deal with (reputational) issues.
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