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Saturday, 21 December 2013

SQ cc union dare do what CX union did?

Anonymous said...

CX cc union is very brave to threaten strike action. Do you think SIA cc union dare to challenge the coy?


Anonymous replied...

Nah, just a kopi invitation to stc by ward leader enough to scare the shit out of us.

The answer to the question is in red. It is so pathetic to hear the reply presumably from a  SIA cabin crew that a kopi invitation........

I wonder why there is so much fear within the cabin crew as well as its union? No wonder, SIA service has dropped like a ton of bricks. How could one give excellent service to its passengers when one is living in fear?? ......Poor crew, I feel sorry for you!



20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Quit your bloody job and thousands will queue up for it. Bloody bunch of hypocrites and ah kuas!

Anonymous said...

cos SQ crew are very hungry for instant noodles lah.
But seriously... cannot strike in SIN.
Union here is lap dog.. woof! woof!

Anonymous said...

5 years flying junior says:
thats why it is so important to build your non-job payroll aka passive income, a very good example is Mr BT. In our coy, you give your blood and sweat to climb the ladder as hard as you could, one fine day, giving that you with hardwork and luck, promoted all the way to an IFS, extend all the way till maximum, you realised that the ladder is climbed is actually leaning against the wrong wall , by then it is already too late ...thus I urge all junior / senior crew ..look beyond and further...:))

best regards,
5 years flying junior

Anonymous said...

So what have you done for yourself huh?

Anonymous said...

What is Mr Boh Tong doing? Working as a security guard or driving a taxi?

Anonymous said...

re: Anonymous said...
So what have you done for yourself huh?

That is not important what I am doing as long as I know I am taking baby steps towards what I like to do . I meant well, not here to find quarrels. I believe CC especially now, the road ends up in a dead end. I also believe senior crew that walked this road before will know what I am talking about. This job will expire no matter how many thousand of comment forms you work for while a passive income wont. We have witnessed CSS B , champion in comment form, one mistake also out you go. To me this is not job security. Mr BT is sure earning passive income from his blog and pet business, good luck all.

best regards,
5 years flying junior

Boh Tong said...

5 years flying junior is giving good advice. When I was with the airline I never thought of quitting at first. I didn't care about the future. Flying was fun but one day I was given the golden handshake & then I realised I was not resourceful outside. But I pick & learn things fast to cope with the real world. Many of colleagues didn't and most are feeling useless and miserable now.

Anonymous said...

Then about those proclaimations about cabin crew are professionals and highly sought after outside? Lol.

Anonymous said...

You mean your so called passive income is v stable and can afford mistakes? Have you read about nokia's fall? You mean invest in property, biz etc no risk? So shallow

Anonymous said...

Hi 5 years flying junior,

I think u are giving good advice on non-job payroll aka passive income .but talk easily, not easily to work extra income le.. how cc can make it happen if most of their times are spend in overseas? also is that so that cc may ask to leave even make a mistake ? so easily done? wad kind of mistakes may cause cc to leave? eg, accident pour coffee on pax shirt? thx

Anonymous said...

Hi bt,

may I know if u have a chance to relive again, back to the first year u join as cc, would you still continue to fly for so long as you did now? from your view, how do the cc job enrich a person? more humble to skillful toward people relationship? thx you.

Boh Tong said...

I would fly for about 5 years and I would then look for a more stable and promising job outside.
Yes, I have learned to be people oriented but it does not mean much to the outside world. To survive one needs to be shrewd and smart esp in biz.

Anonymous said...

Hi all,
yes it is not easy to achieve passive income but you have to tell yourself you can do it. And dont be afraid of tired. And most importantly, dont come out with excuses to yourself. Especially in Singapore, it is tough because of high cost of living , our commitments, and our social system -
go school , finish school find a job, tie yourself with mortage loans and auto loans, if you are not in the system, people and friends will say you haven learn how to walk , you want to fly, people will say it is not easy, people will say outside is tough.
Yes invest in business got risk, but the truth about life is, even you step out of your house also got risk, I rather go and try and risk and be happy, than to cry when allowance cut and more turnarounds, and flying on CNY and then blame the UNION. When I am old, i dont want to ask myself why i never try, sometimes in life, you need that bit of courage...

5 years flying junior

Anonymous said...

CSS B has been given her dues. she was zappy, bitchy etc. she solicited for compliments.. mgmt knew all along.

Anonymous said...

How many ppl tried and failed when wonder why they even bother trying at all.

Anonymous said...

re: How many ppl tried and failed when wonder why they even bother trying at all.

Hi ,
I will fail or face difficulties I believe. Like you said , many tried and failed. The difference between successful people and normal people is they tried , failed and they try again. Look at Sir Richard Branson, he tried and failed a few times. Or even our cabin crew promotion exercise, we tried, fail and we try again right? Only the context is different.
I shall qoute one of our male crew famous qoutes:

"Try 100 times, sure got 1 or 2 dapat right?"

Just that I use this tryer spirit in other ways.. ha ha ha

best regards,
5 years flying junior

Anonymous said...

To speak up is to risk appearing the fool.

To hope is to risk despair.

To love is to risk dying.

To try is to risk failure.

He, who tries nothing, does nothing, and IS NOTHING.

Anonymous said...

Argh. Talk cock sing song. Keep all these for yourself la.

Anonymous said...

Out of 7000 crew, 1% are nincompoops.
This 1% is enough to brand crew as they are.

They live their lives from one roster to the other.. not knowing what their destinies are. Leave that to management & union to dictate.

Crew do not know the steps of how to improve their future, only from leading to chief & IFS... beyond that? and what was learned in the process?
How to assign work positions?.. rest periods?

Its such a narrow skill.

Anonymous said...

You are wrong! 99% are nincompoops!!!