haha.. wish someone in the top management of SIA could read this. And ya.. kinda agree to what u have to say.. i got frens who only work for the opportunity to go to many countries and the pay. i guess that explains the high turn over rates in SIA.Tres Bien Merci wrote: In my opinion, they should educate and inform the junior crew the real life of cabin crew. Prepare them well before let them soar to the sky.
In fact, I realize that so many people are very good in acting. During the interview they can convince the interviewer that this is their dream job and they can life up to the expectation. So what all this non sense?
Again, the interviewer is not up to standard. They should look for someone that has the X-factor not someone that they like than they take. The company should train all their staff which responsible as interviewer so that they are able to spot any rubbish or non sense or dishonesty during the interview. This is a basic thing they need to know to be able to hire a right person.
The company claims they only hire the best of the best to be their crew so those people that only able to work for the company for 2 years are the best of the best? Or those people that when they start working for less than two years realize, this is not what they want so when the contract is up they will leave this job?
I feel something is not right with the way the company hiring their crews.
but..... still... there are so many young gers who wana join SIA. If you have seen the queues at sunday's walk in interview in sheraton hotel.. WOW!! like playing the maze (snake) game lor..