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August 16, 2006

Northwest Told Workers to Take Stuff from Trash

So let's say you're a bankrupt airline.  And let's say you have to lay off a bunch of people.  You put together a booklet to help laid off workers save money.  Now, if you're Northwest Airlines you include helpful hints in the booklet like, don't be "shy about pulling something you like out of the trash."  Yes, go back and read that again.  This once mighty airline suggested to workers that they save money by pulling stuff (food? medical waste?) out of the trash for re-use.  The suggestion has been taken out of the most recent version of the booklet, but still...

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It would be a nice gesture to extend pass privelages to all outsource employees. That would be a helpful money-saver..

: Jackie at Aug 16, 2006 10:15:25 AM

It would be a nice gesture to extend pass privelages to all outsource employees. That would be a helpful money-saver..

: Jackie at Aug 16, 2006 10:16:10 AM

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