Qatar Airways chief shames 'drunk' flight attendant in email

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    Qatar Airways chief shames 'drunk' flight attendant in email

    Looks like they got the CEO wrong. Rossen Dimitrov, Qatar Airways’ SVP Customer Experience
    He's the CEO...Akbar Al Baker (CEO)
     
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    The woman was apparently found in a “state of incapacity” at the doorway of a Qatar Airways staff building.

    :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    One shouldn't teach respectful behavior by public humiliation of his own subordinate. As usual, the rot starts at the top.
     
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    Although I agree with the first part of your statement ... I am not sure I understand the second! So upper management is corrupt, is that an excuse for an employee to make a jackass of herself? What happened to personal responsibility!
     
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    The sentence in question meant that the focus and values of an organization are set at the top. If the chief preaches respect for local values or personal responsibility but his actions speak otherwise, then the ranks will take the cue from his actions.
     
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    Okay, I see your points ... public shaming is contrary to the local Qatari values. I believe that Mr. Rosen is European (Bulgarian?)
     
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    That was not the point. Preaching respect while publicly humiliating a subordinate does not promote that value. The heritage of individuals is not an issue here.
     

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