Jet Blue Flight Attendant Rage Resonates With Workers
As for Slater, there are some indications that he is remorseful, if not overwhelmed by the reaction to his stunt. The flight attendant's attorney told a throng of reporters last week that Slater—now suspended by JetBlue—hopes to get his job back. It's hard to imagine he'll return to the unfriendly skies, unless he buys a ticket. Actions have consequences, and he's already pulled the chute.
John Commins is a senior editor with HealthLeaders Media.
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