Different meaning of "bar" in each case. The bar for "results to achieve" is the same; the bar for "have they exerted enough effort" is different. We agree Westjet has to do more than the taxi-company; my point that Westjet may have to do more than Air Canada, which I said on page 1, stands.Rockie wrote:Anyway you say in one post the bar is different and on the next you say the bar is the same but the effort is different
Whether anyone else has that policy is irrelevant to whether it would be legal, and whether it would help Westjet.And you still have not answered either the question of what single company restricts who can be in a hotel room or my point about who actually controls that hotel room. Fundamental questions to the issue that I would have thought you would be eager to answer in support of your opinion.
I answered your question about who controls the hotel room here:
http://www.avcanada.ca/forums2/viewtopi ... 25#p960319
you even read it:
Because the new anti-harassment policy putatively states that you may not be alone in a hotel bedroom with another employee. If your niece, nephew or wife works for the same airline, you would be violating the policy to be alone with them in the room. If it makes the policy more reasonable to you we'll amend it - the Rockie amendment - to say that being alone in a hotel room with an employee who is not your spouse or family is a policy violation.Rockie wrote:How does admitting someone into my room violate anti-harassment policy? Maybe they're my niece or nephew. Maybe she's an FA that wishes to discuss and clarify an incident. Maybe she's a friend. Maybe she's my wife.
Either way, if you want to discuss an incident with an FA (who is not your wife, niece or nephew) you'll have to find somewhere else other than your hotel room. That's neither hard to understand, nor achieve.
It will not cramp you room-party style, unless your room parties have only two people. You are welcome to @#$! FAs as much as you want, just not in your hotel room that the airline pays for. You can @#$! in your hotel room as much as you want, too, but you'll have to pick members of the public, other hotel guests who are not coworkers, or if you're really desperate and horny, ring for room service.
So, What are you going to do after I terminate you for having a FA in your room as witnessed by Calin Rovinescu? What's your next move?