A former Air New Zealand flight attendant who has made six previous claims about alleged employment issues has had a seventh claim thrown out for being “frivolous and vexatious”.
British citizen Kathleen Milne was a flight attendant for the airline for 32 years. She moved from Australia to take up the job but was dismissed in 2004 because she was medically certified unfit to fly.
Still, about seven years later, in 2011, Milne took Air NZ to the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) claiming her dismissal was unjustified. But the ERA found no proof behind her claim.
After six failed claims, including one taken to the Employment Court, Milne’s latest claim was a personal grievance for being separated from her family.
Good God. She lost her job 15 years ago and she’s still pursuing litigation. Really, just get over it.