Accommodating obese people

Meanwhile, George Hobica, founder of, believes the responsibility lies not with the passengers, but rather with the airlines.

Today that size now fits a woman with a 37.5-inch bust, a 29.5-inch waist, and 40-inch hips.

“Obese workers are unable to play a full role in the business,” “they wouldn’t be able to do the job required”, and “they’re lazy”, according to employers taking part in research looking at recruitment attitudes towards obese employees.

Almost half (45%) of employers also admitted they were less inclined to recruit at interview stage if the applicant was obese.

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