American’s Pilots Don’t Like Their New Uniforms

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    Last December I wrote about American's new employee uniforms, which I know most employees are quite excited about. While I don't think uniforms as such change the experience for customers, there's no denying that uniforms that employees are proud to wear contribute positively to morale, and that's good for customers. I don't envy the job of creating employee uniforms, given what a diverse work group American has, not to mention that they're no doubt on a budget. It's pretty normal for there to be a bit of controversy surrounding new airline uniforms, as we saw with Delta when they introduced red dresses several years back. But what's interesting is that this time around it's American's pilots that have issues with the uniforms, and not the flight attendants. Pilots aren't usually as concerned about uniforms as flight attendants, since they take much of it off when in the cockpit anyway and don't have to move around in it as much as flight attendants. The post American’s Pilots Don’t Like Their New Uniforms appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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