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MOM could not help airline crew dismissed due to a questionable harassment charge

Hi Gilbert,

Thanks for giving me a listening ear. I agree that arbitration in workplace disputes should be done by an independent body, after all, it would ensure there are no interests, in areas where disputes may involve government-linked entities.

One of my friends who faced discrimination during the early stage of her pregnancy has seeked their help, but in the end, nothing much materialised.

In fact, I have even gone down to the authorities with my family members and they quoted me examples of incidents where neighbours make complaints against each other, where false reports are been made.

In fact, companies will always tailor its contractual agreements to its own benefit, including confidentiality clauses etc, which relates to the business transactions or affairs.

Based on the victim’s fabricated evidence and my simple answer that I wasn’t even aware of what was going on, the decision was made unanimously. In fact, those words below greeted me at the end of my dismissal letter.

I could not be selling my integrity, after all, national service in-calculated those values of being honest and forthcoming.

Simon

Editor’s note: The writer is being dismissed due to a harassment charge against him. He works as a air crew staff with a reputable airline here.

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One Response to “MOM could not help airline crew dismissed due to a questionable harassment charge”

  1. Lucky says:

    You must be lucky that they did not make police report against you.

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