Ramp Agent/Baggage Handler (Ancien employé) – Vancouver, BC – 5 juillet 2018
flight after flight after flight. some days you wont even get a lunch break. this job is hardest job i have ever done in my life. they don't know how to run a ground handling company. no man power available. they always call you on your days off to come in for some extra overtime. expect no life when working this job.
a typical shift when first starting out.. 3pm to midnight 1 hour unpaid lunch break.
get home by 1 am then by the time you sleep its 2 am. you wake up next day at noon because your so sore you cant even move. and repeat.
if you die on the ramp they will pay your family 25k to say sorry for your loss even if its because of negligence of employer or other employee
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Food counter attendant (Ancien employé) – Calgary, AB – 13 octobre 2019
It was great working in the airport the staff and good to me. From the supervisors down to the cooks and servers. I recommend working in the airport because you will learn how to be excellent with time management and become patient
Passenger Service Agent (Employé actuel) – Toronto, ON – 2 octobre 2019
In terms of my co workers, they aren’t bad we get along well with some bad apples but not too much. Management really needs to get it together, playing favouritism and hiring someone new to add for management who doesn’t really know how an airline works is really something. There are so many more others that are much capable of being in management. Pay is minimum as it gets but the amount of stress we deal with at times makes me wonder why we get minimum pay. Lucky, enough we have travel benefits and good insurance and which makes me thankful for but again depends on the airline if they actually give you benefits. A lot of new hires quit and not even stay for more than a year which is isn’t surprising.