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.
Don't work for Menzies, for the same pay. apply to Air Canada and receive amazing flight benefits. Managers don't care about you here and just want you to work like slaves so they can get their bonuses.
As a feuler you will be trained of several different aircraft.
If you don't know, call supervisor, they will come and help you until you know how to do it yourself. Follow guidelines and procedures and you will be fine.
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.
Nice job to grow in, although... higher management sucks...
If you fail... it’s your bad. Working as a human includes mistakes, and the worst part is there is no respect for you if you fail or have a mistake.
Fun job overall, lots of in-class and on-the-job training. A good physical and mental challenge with good advancement opportunities in hardworking and fast-paced environment. Hardest part is that it is shift work and schedules are not very flexible. Other than that it is a very fun work environment with good benefits.
They are not LGBTQ+ friendly!!!! They will make you feel very uncomfortable and dismiss you with no cause, specially if your non-binary. Just know you are disposable.This should not be your main source of income
They offer double shift but will not pay you for it.
Personally , you need to work a lot of hours to actually make a living with this company. They just put a 20 hour a week cap on OT. Which stops employees from making money. Even when you receive your red pass and work there for awhile. You won’t be able to make ends meet. It’s a very low paying job. Even fuelling planes you would think your employer would pay you more money for such a high risk job
The only positive part is the benefits
Ramp Supervisor (Employé actuel) - Toronto, ON - 19 février 2020
Lack of innovation, most of the processes are done manually, employees are constantly missing hours that they work, because they do not have a proper system in place, staff are hired that have no clue about the job, but they know the boss and get placed in the job. Lack of diversity in Management