Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 May 2018
At times could get very stressful in dealing with all kinds of situations such as missed flights, delayed or cancelled flights and irate passengers. Best part of job is delivering customer satisfaction. Everything at airport is time sensitive, so I'm used to working at a pace that requires on time performance
Station Attendant(Former) (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 15 May 2018
Air Canada is terrible company to work for . Benefits are great , hourly wage is terrible , management is terrible, your just a number . being a new hire , you mean nothing to the company or most leads . you will be worked hard . its a fast paced environment with tight deadlines .takes years to move anywhere on the pay scale and years for become fulltime . at $13 an hour its not worth it .And the most hours you will get is 20 hours per week .