03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Employees Hate Airlines As Much As Passengers

And you thought the passengers were mad.

Airline employees are fed up, too -- with pay cuts, increased workloads and management's miserly ways, which leave workers to explain to often-enraged passengers why flying has become such a miserable experience.

A rich record of the employee discontent emerges from regular question-and-answer sessions held at US Airways, which is both the worst-performing big airline in the country and a company that encourages its 36,000 workers to direct tough questions at its chief executive, W. Douglas Parker.

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