angelleo wrote:It is one year only? I ask the guy during interview. Even when i do to take the intership, i still have to freeze my 5k in account and have 3 years contract wo..cutiechar wrote:Hi all
Just some info abt tiger.
pay indeed low
no crew meal (haf to bring along own food)
no transport allowance (report as early as 6am, return flt as late as 3am)
sector allowance pathetic low
transit>> haf to do cleaning, clear cabin, pick up trash(meaning no auntie cleaner to do it)
Going to darwin is not a big deal, wont get to see the plc, oli see the airport..and at the end of it, you be so tired..
BUT if you realli wanna try for cabin crew experience, can consider la..but there is a one yr bond and if you were to leave within that period, you haf to pay a certain amount.
Does the amount reduces as you stay longer in the airline?
curiousitycat wrote:I didn't know you needed to be a PR to work in Australia. i thought what was needed was a work permit/employment pass which is what most get when they're based overseas.
If this is true though then the ad they put up on their website should state
only " Australian PR'S / Citizens need apply ".
Seeing as this is a low cost carrier though i may be wrong. *shrug*
just my 2 cents
A quick check on the web confirms this but more often than not you would not be described as a 'Permanent Resident'; you are granted the 'right to remain indefinitely'. This might or might not be the same thing according to the law of the country that is. Please note acquiring the right to remain indefinintely will not be easy.Plavt wrote:Sequoia wrote:Quite a few countries give out PR.
Is this solely Tiger Airways or a joint effort between TR and Sass Atlantic?muse79 wrote:Tiger Airways Walk In Application at Furama Riverfront Hotel on the 16th of June(Sat) from 9.30 till 4pm.
Anybody here going?
where is the information from? the website din state anythingmuse79 wrote:Tiger Airways Walk In Application at Furama Riverfront Hotel on the 16th of June(Sat) from 9.30 till 4pm.
Anybody here going?
chai ching wrote:Hi,
Please refer to yesterday straits times. It advertise yesterday.
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