Finola sent a message to Michael O’Leary – CEO, Ryanair – Email Address that said:
My son has just completed his training as cabin crew and recieved his wings on Thursday 28/4/16 in Hahn. The next morning he and 3 others left at 5.30am (our time), flew to London, then Dublin and onto Bristol. They have all used a considerable amount of money for the training, living expenses and accomodation in Hahn and now they find themselves in a town none of them have connections with over a bank holiday weekend with depleting funds. They are worried sick about how they are going to manage to live and indeed how they are going to find a permanent place with rosters to work around and funds being eaten up with bbs' and eating out. We as parents are also worried, especially as I encouraged him to apply for the position and he gave up a full time job to do so.
Why could they not be posted to areas where at least one of them may have a connection or is within a commutable distance? As a group they have bonded and the one with connections would help out the others.
I think it is awful to dump them out of area.
Maybe this is down to crewlink that is in charge of training and new staff, but with their lack of care and consideration, they are probably losing staff that would be a credit to your company, down to a lack of common sense. Thank you for giving this your attention, Finola (worried sick Mum)