Electrician (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 December 2016
Mostly under managed, expected to work 6 days a week. High turnover rate but mostly good employees stuck around. Learned a lot as a first year and was given a good amount of responsibility that i would not have otherwise had with another company.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto Pearson International Airport, ON – 21 November 2016
Worst management ever at Toronto Airport. You are a slave working more than 40hrs/week for minimum wage. Forget about your social life as they will involve you in overtime day and nights. The upper and lower management is a joke and unprofessional. A simple example that they made someone a ramp supervisor who is unqualified and rude, and does not know how to push back an aircraft.
Call centre atmosphere was strict and draining at times, but was good experience for the work place. Not much room for advancement as it is an American based company and all corporate jobs are in the U.S.
expected a lot from you without wanting to pay you for the work
2nd Cook (Former Employee) – Charlottetown, PE – 27 March 2015
did not enjoy working here they did not pay well at all for the amount of work they expected you to do. was supposed to get a review and raise after 3 months I was there for 8 months and never got it I would not recommend anyone to work for them
A great place to because of th e benifits it offers
CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 October 2014
A place where employees work together to acheive one goal your efferts nevr goes unnoticed a typical day is fastpace management I good co_workers is always together always work as a team harest part of the job is when there is a short staff situation the most enjoyable is when there is a 100% on time departure .
YES LUNCHES ARE GIVEN WOR ON TIME DEPARTURES AND IF STATS ARE MET FOR A QUARTELY PERIOD
THE TYPE OF COMPANY DO CALL FOR LONG HOURD MORE SO IN THE WINTER MONTHS
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – regina, sask – 29 May 2014
It was a great job, always working with a great group of people, always meeting new people, and seeing different cultures. The winters were really busy, the hardest part is delays or cancellations dealing with irate passengers who missed their flight, or not being able to get them out on time due to weather or mechanical issues, but its all about knowing how to deal with them, keep a smile on your face, and dont take anything personally. Everyday was was different, the best part about the airline business is making someones day, turning their bad day around or helping someone out with disabilities, makes you feel good knowing that your doing good for others in every way you can.
Delta Airlines- Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto Pearson Internationl Airport – 18 July 2013
A typical day at Northwest airlines would include me dealing with customers from all over the world. A lot of my work included translating for my coworkers and for customs. I've learned to respect and communicate with people of diverse ethnic backgrounds. The hardest part of the job was learning to work under stress but that is something I have been able to successfully overcome. I had a respectable relationship with my managers as they frequently promoted positive synergy between all levels of employment. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to meet so many wonderful people and of course, travelling and being exposed to different ways of life.
Travelling, Meeting new people, Assisting in translation
that guy (Current Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 20 October 2012
Great people to work with, Not always up to date with our tools to serve our guests though. Like any restaurant / hotel job there are ups and downs. This particular place doesn't have a high turn over rate though which is nice and management is usually pretty understanding.
benefits if you sign up for them. usually above avg wage.
usually long hours without breaks, not enough staff