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Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Mississauga, ON23 octobre 2019
If you are looking for a stable career this is not the right place to be. They discriminate based on your age and weight. They have trainers that are uneducated, rude and all they do is look down and think they are superiors. You will invest a lot of time, money and sleepless nights to be let go because you speak your right mind. This was a dream job that I always wanted, and it has Been a nightmare. Don’t waste your precious time.
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Good Atmosphere
Supervisor (Ancien employé) –  Toronto Pearson International Airport, ON13 octobre 2019
Great team
Room for advancement
Flight passes
Flexible
Great management
Positive Work Place Culture
Salary is low
Opportunities
New and young airline
Points positifs
flight passes
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new experiences
Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Toronto, ON19 septembre 2019
The job like any other has its pros and cons. Air Canada Rouge however has more cons than pros. Although the pros are stellar; great hotels, new experiences, amazing discounts (after 8 months since the day you start training).
This is the first time i worked for a company this bad. They don't care about you at all as much as they tell you they do, the customers get bad service because rouge doesn't take the time to properly train people or serve enough food on the plane. This company only cares about money and management is absolutely terrible.

guys im so sorry this is the first time i ever write a review about anything. it would be better if you tried applying to mainline.
Points positifs
cool hotels, awesome destinations, freedom to explore the world
Points négatifs
dirty airplanes, terrible management
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Fun workplace but hard on the body
Flight Attendant/In-Charge Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Dorval, QC15 septembre 2019
Travel perks were great. Small family based in Montreal so I loved my colleagues and got to meet so many different people! Exhausting job being at 36000 ft in the air.
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Benefits were great, employees were great to work with
Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Toronto, ON9 septembre 2019
Overall it was great, hours were a bit crazy being on reserve, but the benefits were amazing. Highly recommend if you're under the age of 21 to try it out.
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Absolute. GARBAGE. Airline.
Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Toronto, ON1 septembre 2019
I worked as an FA for another airline before switching over to Rouge and let me tell you -- I wouldn't recommend this company to my worst enemy.

Starting salary is much, much lower than almost every other airline (I did the math and you'd actually make more money working a full-time minimum wage job) and you're not paid for each hour that you're at work. ALSO you're only guaranteed a paycheque once a month, however if you work the Minimum Monthly Guarantee (75+ hrs), you have the opportunity to receive an advance a few weeks early that comes out of your guaranteed paycheque. So, to put it into terms, if you're ill and miss some hours, guess what?! No paycheque for you. Flight gets cancelled? those hours/per diem are then removed from your schedule, you're put on reserve/standby and you have to scramble to make up those lost hours just to make sure you get a paycheque.

And that's just the beginning.

Management treats their employees like the dirt under their shoes. They'll pull you from duty (suspension) without giving you ANY details, bring you into the office where they'll hold a meeting that makes you feel like you've committed a murder. Management works off of intimidation strategies and power trips rather than understanding and empathy toward their employees. It doesn't matter what you say to defend yourself in these meetings or how well-composed you are, management reserves the right to dismiss you regardless of what happened (especially if you're still on probation). They'll find silly reasons to extend your probation, then they'll look for ANY and EVERY negative
  plus... detail about you they can find just to terminate your employment. You're just a number to them. It's revolting.

Yes, the company is Unionized, but there's only so much a Union can do to defend you or keep your job (again, especially on probation). You could be the best FA there ever was. You could be knowledgeable, friendly and efficient and you could cross every T and dot every I. They'll still find ways to tear you down and make you feel like a terrible employee when the reality is the opposite.

All in all, what I'm trying to say is, no amount of hard work, energy or training could protect you in this company. Don't think "it'll be different for me" because I promise, it will not. You are nothing but a number to these people. I'm ashamed of this company and disappointed that Air Canada continues to allow them to keep their contract and function under their name/brand. I'll forever be traumatized by what this company did to not just myself but a number of my friends/colleagues who never deserved it.
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There are literally no pro's to this Company at all. None.
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Small pay, long days, distrust between management & employees, constant fear for job security, forced schedules, financial issues
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Worst company
Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Montréal, QC1 septembre 2019
If you’re looking for a stable job, this is NOT FOR YOU!
Management doesn’t care about you. They will take passenger’s back over your back.
Long hours and you feel you’re working way too much for what you get paid.
Workplace culture is disgusting. Young people and a lot of dramas. You’ll feel in a high school. I DO NOT recommand this job to someone who’s looking for a stable and enjoyable job.
If you’re young and inexeperienced, go for it.
But if you’re looking for dramas free and a supportive managment, THIS IS NOT FOR YOU!!!
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Worst company you could ever work for
Flight Attendant (Ancien employé) –  Toronto, ON3 août 2019
If you are young and inexperienced, go for it. They will be recycling people like there is no tomorrow to keep the salaries low low low, just like their culture. Trainers are relatively new in the industry. I wouldn’t trust anyone there, management practices quite under qualified. People bashing each other. Save yourself the energy and time and go somewhere else.
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Supportive Management
FLIGHT ATTENDANT (Ancien employé) –  Vancouver, BC6 juin 2019
Supportive management, flexible hours, good work environment. Air Canada values their employees and is an overall great place to work. It is a very reputable company.
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Collaborative, Cooperative and Creative!
Manager (Employé actuel) –  Mississauga, Ontario22 mars 2019
A positive working environment where new ideas are welcomed, encouraged and supported. Learning opportunities are both formal and informal and co-workers are more than willing to lend a hand and share their knoweldge and experience. I enjoy coming to work!
Points positifs
The people, opportunities and training
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Great place to learn new skills in aviation with a growing airline
Manager (Employé actuel) –  Toronto, ON20 mars 2019
Rouge is a very culture-minded workplace. Being a part of Air Canada, you have the benefits of a large airline while being small enough and growing fast enough to provide many career opportunities.
Points positifs
Travel Benefits, job flexibility
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Great culture, great travel perks!
Manager (Employé actuel) –  Mississauga, ON19 mars 2019
Great culture at Rouge working with amazing people. The airline is growing which provides many opportunities. Culture is more relaxed with a young team.
Points positifs
Amazing travel benefits
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Fun working Enviornmet
Flight Attendant (Employé actuel) –  Toronto, ON21 janvier 2016
Long but rewarding days.
interacting with new faces on a daily basis
Seeing different parts of the world
Experiencing new cultures
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what I learned..
Service Director (Employé actuel) –  Toronto, ON31 octobre 2014
Flying the world has given me a huge insight on people, how we communicate, managing difficult situations, and an opportunity to move up and work within management. It has made me grow as a person, taught me the importance of teamwork and effective communication.
Points positifs
Seeing the world, learning about different cultures, great food!
Points négatifs
long hours, always away in different countrys-hard to balance work and life.
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