Anger as Airbus workers get dressing down for not dressing up



An internal row has broken out after Airbus (AIR.PA) managers at a plant in Britain berated staff for dressing casually and spending too much time in the canteen, fuelling tensions just as the aerospace group embarks on a new reorganisation.
Workers at Filton, southwest England, were angered when they received a memo accusing some staff of slacking and setting out recent sartorial offences including the wearing of "outlandish t-shirts", shorts, football shirts and flip-flops.
The plant outside Bristol, a city divided by fierce loyalties to two rival soccer teams, is home to the... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Business, Views: 52
Source: Reuters
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