You are here

United Airlines employees to undergo training

United Airlines will train employees in handling customers with intellectual disabilities as part of its support for the Special Olympics International charity. The airline said Thursday that more than 60,000 employees will go through inclusion training by year end. CEO Oscar Munoz says in an interview that the airline is considering hiring people with intellectual disabilities for appropriate jobs. Separately, United is rolling out new customer-service training for flight attendants and gate agents. 

The Lawton Constitution

102 SW 3rd, Lawton, OK
Classifieds: (580) 357-9545
Circulation: (580) 353-6397
Switchboard: (580) 353-0620