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post Feb 21 2020, 07:15 PM

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Maybe she just do boobs job that why heavier.

Body already slim.

That's why she sue MAS la.
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post Feb 21 2020, 07:27 PM

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This is a case of u give them an inch their take a mile, soon you’ll see all flight attendants as far as the airplane aisle
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post Feb 21 2020, 07:33 PM

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Overweight jangan lah jadi stewardess

Seksa penumpang
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post Feb 21 2020, 07:35 PM

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18 months. So much time.
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post Feb 21 2020, 07:39 PM

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QUOTE(Mikeshashimi @ Feb 21 2020, 02:43 PM)
I think the 0.7kg is memang an issue.

BUT.

The company already gave her much much much due notice and even provided an 18-month program.

Still cannot, while other employees can... then it's employee problem oredi.
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It really depends on her weight at the start of the 18 months. If she's already lost like 20kg then kasi chan la. That 700g is like within daily fluctuation.
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post Feb 21 2020, 07:43 PM

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A limit is there for a reason

Inb4 speed limit you only over by 7kph, kasi chan la

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post Feb 21 2020, 07:44 PM

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In my experience, management will only follow the book very strict towards problematic staff. Normally, just little things will close 1 eye if the staff got contribute in the company.

Looking at how that person even fail/refuse to los such small weight even after given a long time to do so, i suspect that ex staff have issues with management.
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post Feb 21 2020, 08:01 PM

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QUOTE(KLthinker91 @ Feb 21 2020, 07:43 PM)
A limit is there for a reason

Inb4 speed limit you only over by 7kph, kasi chan la
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Memang pun. Have you heard of anyone getting speed tickets for going 7kph over the limit here? You can challenge them to provide proof of calibration for the equipment in these kind of borderline cases. Moreover this is about a person's body weight which fluctuates even over the course of a day. Try measuring yourself a few times during the day.

QUOTE(silent_stalker @ Feb 21 2020, 07:44 PM)
In my experience, management will only follow the book very strict towards problematic staff. Normally, just little things will close 1 eye if the staff got contribute in the company.

Looking at how that person even fail/refuse to los such small weight even after given a long time to do so, i suspect that ex staff have issues with management.
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It was 0.7kg over at the last weigh-in. She was not given 18 months to lose 0.7kg. Her original weight was not mentioned. But you're right about the strict towards problematic staff part.
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post Feb 21 2020, 08:11 PM

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QUOTE(tbcheese @ Feb 21 2020, 07:39 PM)
It really depends on her weight at the start of the 18 months. If she's already lost like 20kg then kasi chan la. That 700g is like within daily fluctuation.
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Of course we're not made to know the exact facts.

But she knew it 18 months in advance, didn't achieve the company's requirements - which was applied across the board.

It's cruel, yes.

Discriminatory? no.

It's a business. not a charity.
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post Feb 21 2020, 08:31 PM

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QUOTE(tbcheese @ Feb 21 2020, 08:01 PM)
Memang pun. Have you heard of anyone getting speed tickets for going 7kph over the limit here? You can challenge them to provide proof of calibration for the equipment in these kind of borderline cases. Moreover this is about a person's body weight which fluctuates even over the course of a day. Try measuring yourself a few times during the day.
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Yeah I know, if she pangsai I bet she would lose at least a pound, not sure about 2 pounds tongue.gif but I'm sure she already did

In Malaysia PDRM don't because of the margin you mention; in other countries, they are that strict.

My point is that if you're getting a speed ticket for going +7kph, chances are you were going 17kph or 27kph. We all know there's a margin of about 10-20kph, and if you're getting a speed ticket you already busted the built-in margin and went into absolutely-do-not-enter territory.

For this case, probably 61kg is beyond the built-in margin already. Probably by the time you reach like 55kg you're supposed to start paying major attention

That being said I think they should switch to a BMI measurement instead. I dunno.
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post Feb 21 2020, 08:39 PM

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160cm should limit 55
180cm only can 60kg


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18 months also fail to reduce 0.7kg, facepalm.jpg

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QUOTE(tbcheese @ Feb 21 2020, 08:01 PM)
Memang pun. Have you heard of anyone getting speed tickets for going 7kph over the limit here? You can challenge them to provide proof of calibration for the equipment in these kind of borderline cases. Moreover this is about a person's body weight which fluctuates even over the course of a day. Try measuring yourself a few times during the day.
It was 0.7kg over at the last weigh-in. She was not given 18 months to lose 0.7kg. Her original weight was not mentioned. But you're right about the strict towards problematic staff part.
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Her weight was 61.7kg at the last official weigh-in on April 10, 2017.

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post Feb 21 2020, 08:57 PM

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QUOTE(ju146 @ Feb 21 2020, 02:04 PM)
Said by a proclaimed union where everyone in the union is from 1 company

And yet, MH layan them all the time like bodoh.. Hopefully Anthony can give them a warm and tight slap right to the face
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I think this kind of case is not under Anthony. Is consider human resource stuff already. Under Kulasegaran. Tht minister also lawyer. See how la
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post Feb 21 2020, 09:16 PM

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QUOTE(k!nex @ Feb 21 2020, 08:57 PM)
I think this kind of case is not under Anthony. Is consider human resource stuff already. Under Kulasegaran. Tht minister also lawyer. See how la
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yeah, but joker said want to bring to anthony also ma.. between these 2 i think anthony can deliver better, lol
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post Feb 21 2020, 11:36 PM

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QUOTE(Mikeshashimi @ Feb 21 2020, 08:11 PM)
Of course we're not made to know the exact facts.

But she knew it 18 months in advance, didn't achieve the company's requirements - which was applied across the board.

It's cruel, yes.

Discriminatory? no.

It's a business. not a charity.
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It's not a charity but the effort put into it and her performance would've been considered as well. When it's within daily body weight fluctuation and given how our labour laws side with the employee, pushing it through is just asking for trouble unless they have other facts to back them.

QUOTE(KLthinker91 @ Feb 21 2020, 08:31 PM)
Yeah I know, if she pangsai I bet she would lose at least a pound, not sure about 2 pounds tongue.gif but I'm sure she already did

In Malaysia PDRM don't because of the margin you mention; in other countries, they are that strict.

My point is that if you're getting a speed ticket for going +7kph, chances are you were going 17kph or 27kph. We all know there's a margin of about 10-20kph, and if you're getting a speed ticket you already busted the built-in margin and went into absolutely-do-not-enter territory.

For this case, probably 61kg is beyond the built-in margin already. Probably by the time you reach like 55kg you're supposed to start paying major attention

That being said I think they should switch to a BMI measurement instead. I dunno.
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Yeah so there has to be proof of calibration. Even anal Singapore has a 10kph tolerance. I'm not really sure but I thought I saw some other early commenters saying it was based on BMI. tbh, if management saw her as someone worth keeping, they would've considered how much effort she put in to lose the weight and give some leeway. Maybe ground her for another period to lose the 700grams.

QUOTE(nuvi @ Feb 21 2020, 08:48 PM)
Her weight was 61.7kg at the last official weigh-in on April 10, 2017.
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And your point is?

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post Feb 23 2020, 10:30 AM

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Imagine that 0.7 kg can tilt the center of gravity on the plane yo



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