Air canada billingual sales representative (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 13 February 2018
I love my job as an Aircanada representative but believe that there lacks a balance between my life and work. I work hard to achieve customer satisfaction everyday and also believe that my efforts might be beter put to use somewhere else. Its been almost three years thats ive been employed now and finally its time to set my sights on new horizons.
STATION ATTENDANT (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 26 September 2017
Air Canada was a great place to work and I found my work satisfying. The only downside was waiting for the security clearance you needed and having to wait for someone to go through the security entrance that was willing to escort you.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto Pearson International Airport, ON – 22 September 2017
Ensure that you're in a secured role and you will never have to worry about looking over your shoulder, unless you aren't performing at all. If you're working in the call centre or as a salesperson in the stores, as long as you do your job, your job is secured. It's a great company to work for with great benefits and decent pay.
Accountant (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 17 September 2017
Low base salary for a professional. I asked for a raise and worked really hard for many years, then I finally got a small increase after countless contradicting excuses by my manager. No food or drinks, just tap water, forget coffee. Pay your own company Christmas dinner as well. Won't pay for training because they're afraid you'll learn and leave the company (my manager's words). This job culture leaves employees feeling isolated, desperate, betrayed and depressed in the long run.
Good health and retirement plan, standby travel privileges are a plus during your limited vacation time.
Sales and Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 September 2017
Everyday at Air Canada was a new experience. Most of the employees are friendly and helpful especially when it came to the rude customers. The hardest part of the job was interacting with aggravated customers after their flight got cancelled. Overall, it was an amazing and eye-opening job as it taught me to take things with a grain of salt and see things from the customers point of view even when they are yelling in your face.
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 9 September 2017
This position requires a high degree of diligence and dedication and a strong sense of team work to complete task at hand. training is ongoing and self directed. Start early stay late, with a hard working dedicated staff.
Bilingual Customer Service and Sales Agent (Former Employee) – Pearson Airport, Ontario – 5 September 2017
The pay is not very well, but the benefits are good. Also, a very dynamic workplace as we had to work right in the airport. The hardest part was to remain calm under pressure, especially when there were weather issues or cancelled flights.
Cabin Crew Manager/In-flight STOC (Current Employee) – Toronto Pearson International Airport, ON – 31 August 2017
Great place to work with great benefits. I enjoy working here a lot and there is continuous learning and education for an individual. Started as station attendant and now working as a cabin crew manager
Quick changes forces constant changes in operations. Team work. Good communication skills. Very stressful at times. Deadlines changing constantly. Capacity to adapt quickly. Good knowlege of equipment operation. Routine follow ups.
Insurance, flexible hours, travel facilities
Extreme dangerous environment, high noise, exposure to weather.