US United Airlines Wants YOU To Be Its Next Public Relations Manager

22:21  13 april  2017
22:21  13 april  2017 Source:   HuffPost

China internet outcry over United passenger fiasco

  China internet outcry over United passenger fiasco <p>China social media users were in an uproar Tuesday over viral footage of a Chinese-American man dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight, decrying perceived racism and calling for a boycott.</p>The videos taken by fellow passengers and posted to Twitter showed the man being forcibly pulled screaming from his seat by three security personnel.

Help United Make (Better) Headlines as Its New Public Relations Manager . What’s Involved with Public Relations for United Airlines . United is dedicated to “strategic storytelling” as part of its newest efforts that involve “transforming the way United does business,” according to the job description.

When there were no takers, a United manager went on board and announced that four people would be removed. United has made progress at repairing labor relations and is rebuilding its route network. Still, United ranked eighth out of the 12 biggest U.S. airlines - behind Delta, JetBlue and

United CEO Oscar Munoz apologized this week after one of his passengers was dragged from his seat on a flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky. © Bloomberg via Getty Images United CEO Oscar Munoz apologized this week after one of his passengers was dragged from his seat on a flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky.

Do you have the “courage” to work at a job where the “pace is fast”? Boy, do we have an opportunity for you!

A listing for a United Airlines brand public relations manager, posted Wednesday to the D.C.-based jobs site District Daybook, says that at United, “The pace is fast, our standards are high and the opportunities are boundless.”

“Being part of big, transformative moments like this are rare – so, if you have the courage, the creativity, the conviction, the agility, the leadership and most importantly the passion to help United reclaim its reputation as one of the world’s great and resilient companies we hope you’ll consider embarking on this journey with us,” it adds.

Uproar over United video imperils Chicago airport police

  Uproar over United video imperils Chicago airport police The video of a passenger being dragged by an officer from a United Express flight shined an unwanted spotlight on the little-known police force that guards Chicago's two main airports and could threaten the agency's future.Chicago's aviation officers are not part of the regular police force, unlike in many other big cities. They get less training than regular officers and can't carry firearms inside the airports. Three of them were put on leave amid outrage over how they treated the passenger.

Barely 48 hours after United Airlines employees created a national scandal by dragging a doctor violently from his seat, America’s newly controversial airline posted a job listing for a public - relations manager on District Daybook

Image via United 's media relations page. United Airlines ’ reputation has taken a massive hit after Its next steps will include a thorough review of crew movement, United ’s policies for incentivizing If United is able to create customer-friendly policies that assure passenger and public safety while also

It appears that the job listing has been on United’s website since earlier this month. But after the company came under fire for dragging a screaming doctor from his seat on a flight Sunday in order to make room for employees, it’s probably more eager than ever for some new PR talent.

United CEO Oscar Munoz called the passenger, David Dao, “disruptive and belligerent,” but footage suggests otherwise. Dao’s lawyer said Thursday that his client had suffered a broken nose and concussion, and lost two teeth in the incident.

Good luck to every brave soul applying for their next PR gig with United. At least you’ll stay busy!

H/T: Live And Let’s Fly

American Airlines apologizes for onboard clash over stroller .
<p>American Airlines on Saturday apologized to a female passenger and suspended an employee after a video showing an onboard clash over a baby stroller went viral, in the latest embarrassment for a U.S. carrier over how it treated a customer.</p>The clip, posted to Facebook on Friday by a bystander on the flight, shows a woman in tears with a young child in her arms, and a man emerging from his seat to confront a male flight attendant.

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