juzdachic wrote:Hi hilove,
yup ur right. Thats the $$$$ u have to compensate SilkAir if u break the bond.
Actually, the amount stated in the bond/contract is $7.5K. However, I must let u noe that upon tendering resignation, u have to give them at least give 2 weeks' notice, meaning to serve them for another couple of weeks or so. Otherwise, they'll charge u approx. another $300 for 24 hrs' notice.
As for the roster, somewhere around mid month, u'll be given ur roster for the next month. Normally, u'll work for a period of 4 days straight, following a one or two days' off. I wont say that its very hectic that u cant even have ur personal space, but sometimes u have to be on standby (to cover duties for an absent crew) on ur off day.. Thus dats when u cant be too sure about ur rest day after all.
take everything with a pinch of salt
juzdachic wrote:Reply to Kittybaby:
If u put in 110% of all ur energy, no taking of leave/mc and opting for mostly longer flights, ur take-home pay can be as high as $3.2K. On average, it would be around $2.6K.
N btw, u'll be required to fly immediately after u graduate.
i didnt go for the interview be4 too. wanting to try.... anybody knw if their interview still have the swimming round cos i heard frm my frien she went for the previous intake, there is no more swimming test.ping29 wrote:hi,
its me again.. just wonder bluexob & melodyy.. you guys been to the interview before?? i nvr tried silkair interview before.. in dilemma whether to try or not...hope to hear from you guys soon...
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