Do you think it is different anywhere else!?Abercrombie wrote:Well this is the Singapore culture, local company generally don't treat their employees well All they are thinking is PROFIT and CUT COST so that they can pocket more $$$$
Shenoes is not sterotyping la... I am sure there are some out of the hundreds of crew who behave like that.. But then again, in any/every organisation, got good people also got bad people...shenoes wrote:'Need to remember that people who can do acting well, to answer interview questions are not a problem for them at all.'
And those SIA ccs who had successfully pass through hell of rubbish, their mentality would of cos be ' eh, I'm wif SIA ley, prestigeous airline k? u know how hard to pass the stages or nt? I pass them liao ok? i am smart and I am the one they are looking for.' kua kua kua..
I have to agree with this one.. I had read through some postings by the new crew here who had been graciously talking abt the seniors and the passengers, grumbling that she had to eat her humble pie after graduating with honours and working professionally as a designer, and yet silly enough to post her roster out in public and therefore made it easy for anyone to trace her staff number.emmy_g wrote:In my opinion, the 'Crew Culture' hardly exists these days amongst the newer crew. Generally, I find tht the newbies are less humble (prob cos they're higher educated - I'm serious! I've had personal experiences of newbies telling me tht they did not study so hard for a degree just to come onboard to clean toilets/clear rubbish/help a passenger who vomited on herself), less respectful/fearful of hierachy and more aggressive in pushing their point across.
They dun receive feedback/criticism too well either.
Well, I've stuck thru my bond, finished my first contract AND am almost 2 yrs into my second.
You dun hear ME complaining.
Hi,happened to see this post while looking through this forum..I realised that not only local company don't treat their staffs well,there are also other foreign company who is the same & all they can say is"Due to recession this year so we have to cut down on unnecessary cost" so end up they will cut pay & commision as well.Plavt wrote:Do you think it is different anywhere else!?Abercrombie wrote:Well this is the Singapore culture, local company generally don't treat their employees well All they are thinking is PROFIT and CUT COST so that they can pocket more $$$$
Agreed...I think cost cutting is inevitable, esp during an economic slump...good thing that some of us are still holding on to our jobs...just have to sit tight and ride this one out...and hope that things will pick up againsierra2469alpha wrote:Sorry friends have been a little busy hence I haven't been active here...I have just re-reviewed this thread.
As usual, Plavt is 100% correct.
To the poster who talked about cost cutting/pay decreases for a short period of time. That's in your contract I believe (please correct me as I haven't seen the latest CC contracts).
Spare a thought for your tech crew friends that work Cargo. They are basically going on extended furlough, for up to 30 MONTHS!
QF, CQ, and most major's in the region are cutting back. Be thankful you still get a slot.
Just my 10c worth...always look at those who have done more training and don't have the choice to do anything. If it's happening to tech, it's happening to CC as well (not to mention ENG etc.).
Stay well, fly safe, Mr. P
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