Enjoy and gain experiences from working with Servisair
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – February 28, 2013
Pros: free parking
Cons: short hours
Servisair is a good company. I have learned lots of experience whenever I go to work. Co-workers are friendly and helpful. They are willing to help you anytime you need. As everyone knows that Airline field is time pressure; Therefore well management and well prepared are the must. I am very proud to be working with Servisair because all management – more... team do well done for . The hardest part is dealing with the passengers. They are sometimes rude and unpredictable to please them. However, all management team and coworkers are nice so I can enjoy working there – less
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee), Toronto Pearson Airport – September 10, 2012
Pros: overtime available
Cons: no lunches
Every Morning i would set up wheel chairs for flights, then would insure all peole who requested a wheel chair were accounted for. I learned with handling wheel chair passngers that sensitivity is key to this compenent of the job due to the passengers valnerabilty of them trusting someone they do not know so my job would be to make their expirence a – more... good one by providing conversation and asking them how their flight was things to make them feel at ease. My co-workers were fantastic we really worked as a team to complete the goal of getting all passngers through the arrivals area, everyone was friendly and was very easy to trust, the hardest thing i encountered when working was the long walking distances of the airport, the airport is quite huge so gettting to each section would take alot of you regardless of fitness level but i got use to it. The most enjoyable part of my job was having good conversations with people. – less
Ramp Lead (Former Employee), Dorval,QC – April 24, 2012
My day at servisair consisted of offloading and loading passenger baggage . My duty's as a Ramp Lead were to make sure the Ramp Agents are performing their duty's in a timely fashion in a safety first environment. I had to also make sure the outbound flights had no delays.
Fueler (Current Employee), L.A.X. – April 14, 2013
Pros: will team you the ropes!
Cons: some lousy supervisors!
Besides using some outdated, and poor serviced equipment; this job will teach you how to fuel aircraft. But the management sucks! Besides the low pay, there are some supervisors, that do nothing all day, but going around, writing you up for very miner mistakes. there are some supervisors, that make it their personal goal in life to get you 'fired', – more... if they do not like you! One in particular at the L.A.X location; is nothing more than a liar of the truth, and a very poor leader, if that is what he trying to do. working here at this location, is not worth the un-even hours, low pay and some good for nothing supervisors. – less
Not a very healthy place to work. (Figuratively and Literally)
Bus Operator (Former Employee), Queens, NY – March 25, 2013
Pros: you can pretty much pick a schedule to fit your wants/needs..
Cons: management..nasty rec room..
For the most part, day to day operations run pretty smooth..until theres a need for emergency services..then it seems as if the whole operation collapses..resulting in chaotic and stress filled environment.
passenger service agent (Current Employee), stansted airport – March 11, 2013
Pros: stand by tickets for tlights
Cons: can be cancelations
My first shiift would be starting work at 04.00 checking in up to 18 flights boarding up to 5 flights. I have learned 7 different compute systems as all airlines use different systems. My management at servisair are the best they will help in any way they can if you have any problems. I have to work as part of a team and all my co workers are very friendly – more... and helpfull when need to be. The hardest part of my job is making sure the flights I am dealing with are checked in and closed on time ready for the boarding to comence which involves printing all paper work for dispatcher and captain, and boarding all passengers and getting the flight out for departcher on time. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing all different kinds of people from all different countries. Also so dealing with celebrities. – less
very enjoyable place to work with lots of team members.
passenger service agent (Former Employee), luton airport – March 8, 2013
Pros: very enjoyable discounts on flights and services
Cons: long hours and timing of hours
working at the airport is a fun and enjoyable job i got to meet people from different backgrounds, countries and cultures. Everyday was different, no one day was the same. There was quite a lot of staff members so every day i was working with different people. The hardest part of the job was the hours. I had to start 4am in the morning at least three – more... times a week which was difficult. – less
Fueler (Former Employee), Chicago, Il – February 21, 2013
Pros: easy, a lot of downtime, management is a joke which you can take advantage of
Cons: starting pay is terrible, insurance is worse, working in the elements
Lots of downtime (at least 3 hours of break a day) A typical day includes sleeping, playing games, watching tv or hanging out with coworkers. Very little to do with actual work unless management knows your " a worker" then you do even more work than your peers. Ahh! Management! What a joke! the GM is a dummy, his #2 plays crosswords and looks at russian – more... brides all day and #3 is really never around. This is in my dept. but all the depts. breed the same complacency! Management and HR is a joke! The people who work up "in the tower" really don't do their jobs, you call up there to ask a question about your paycheck and the lady talks to you like your the idiot and she talks to you with sarcasm! There used to be lots of overtime but as of late the company is trying to curb OT by not allowing people to signup for it instead if OT is required they dish out mandatory OT! so if you worked your 8 hours guess what? you have to stay even longer! sometimes even an additional 8 hours! Even if you know someone is off but would have liked to come in management will not allow it. All in all, its a good company if you like being lazy, the pay sucks and the insurance sucks even harder but if you just need a job just to get a job then this is the place! – less
Aircraft Fuel Technician (Former Employee), O'Hare – January 28, 2013
Pros: nothing much really. low pay, horrible commute, snooty management and bad hours.
Cons: insurance but it's really expensive.
Bad culture fused with a stressfull atmospher. The work isn't hard, but the constant "hurry up and wait" part of the job gets old after a while. One hour you'll be sitting around getting sleepy, then the next your fueling seven aircraft in as much time. Getting to work everyday is a pain because you have to go through security just like everyone else. – more... People are so nice to everyone in though lines. – less
passenger service agent (Former Employee), bristol – January 7, 2013
Pros: my colleagues
Cons: bad weather
Learnt how to deal with awkward pax. and laised with crew and ground staff, and to work well within a team enjoyed working within a team and had lots of fun at the same time as well as working hard the bad weather was the most difficult part