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This is a unionized job so they say. And it requires Hands-on experience and extensive training. Not everyone makes it. You are trained extensively. And there’s a lot of on the job experience you obtain. He work with different cruise and you have different levels of security badges. Sometimes I worked in incoming or should I say international incoming Aircraft department. I also worked in servicing aircraft. Both domestic and international. There were problems. They tell you you should not take any job unless you’re on train for it. That became a little bit of a problem. Otherwise the job is interesting but it is dangerous and requires your attention at all times. My initial boss was great. while I was excited about the job there were problems with it.
You’re providing a great service and working with other people
See union reps appear to be the same people that caused the problems
There is no real opportunity for growth at this company. Management has no educational background, they do not attend workshops or aspire to be better managers. The co-workers were mostly retirement-age and absolutley miserable complaining day-in and day-out. All new employees have a high turnover rate due to not wanting to end up like their bitter co-workers.
Lots of downtime.
You're responsible for work that should be contracted out (landscapping, snow removal, filter cleaning)
(Not during a pandemic) There’s a lot of opportunity to make new friends, move up in the company and add skills to your skillset/resume. Plenty of downtime during break/ in between flights most days.You can accumulate vacation hours very quickly too.
A lot of downtime, Decent benefits
Not very flexible schedules if full time
Not an overall bad experience. Need to prove yourself constantly! highly competitive and stressful at times. You have to pick the right crowd to hangout with to succeed. No learning curve, yet excellent managers in some departments. At the end it was a nice experience. However, some of the employees have very bad attitude towards one another and need to be trained on how to communicate and deal with others.
I have been working at air since 10years in Dubai but When I join the Menzies aviation as passenger service agent in Toronto it is a different experience love the management staff they all helpful and they appreciate your work so today I am team leader with them so happy 😀
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In the summer this job gets very hot because you are outdoors and in the winter it gets really cold. Job is fast paced when working but a lot of down time. Lead hands and allocators are cool as well. Some days are harder than others but most days are regular. Best job is connections, bag room runner or Cargo!
A lot of down time, more than a hour lunches
Not good expriance; super stressfull job . No help what so ever . the co worker are super bad no respect to much tention ; its bad place to work the lunch room is made of steel the tables and chairs are desined not for rest at all its black steel net . so u cant set relaxed . it feels like slavery . no one is freindly . the company have alot of rules but 80% of the workers in the field they dont follow .
Worked at Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson airport. Quite a lengthy trek in order to check-in. Always need to check-in on time via fingerprint scanner. Get assigned many flights per-day. It's back breaking work, dirty, on your knees, heavy baggage, sweating from the summer heat and no circulation within the baggage compartment of the 737 (especially the -800 series). Loud engines and running APU's will cause progressive hearing loss. Definitely explains the high turnover rate. On the flip side, you'll get quick progression from that. i.e. weekends off, mobility to other positions. I switched to transfer runner which was a lot easier and recommended to everyone. Best part of the job was the funny characters you met.
This company was ok to start but if you were to ever get injured god forbid they will lose all your supported documents and start blaming you that you didnt provide them anything. Its an extremely disorganized company and horrible management. Also, most coworkers that been here long do not follow any rules that we were taught during hiring process, and if you do not follow them you would get bullied constantly. Benefits were aright could be better.
If you don't have a problem with working hard, being on time and learning quickly you will be satisfied with your responsibilities. High employee turn over rate makes it a little challenging for others.
Has a close knit work environment
High employee turn over
I was an airplane fueller until being laid off due to covid 19. Loved the job, my coworkers, driving the fuel truck. I hope to go back sometime. They paid for training, I got my RAIC and AVOP through them. Full time hours with benefits.