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UNITED AIRLINE - Interview

Postby corines143 » Fri, 06 Jul 2007 8:53 pm

Hello gals.

Did anyone get the call to be interviewed this coming monday?
I got the call few days back this week. Suppose to reeach there at abt 945pm i think its the same procedure to be in a group and start off with self intro.

anyone going??
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Re: UNITED AIRLINE - Interview

Postby rev12000 » Fri, 06 Jul 2007 10:40 pm

corines143 wrote:Hello gals.

Did anyone get the call to be interviewed this coming monday?
I got the call few days back this week. Suppose to reeach there at abt 945pm i think its the same procedure to be in a group and start off with self intro.

anyone going??


Congrats, conrines. I've gotten a call from them too this wednesday, and am expected there at 0945hr. See ya!! :lol: Read from another threat that Ms.G has gotten hers too. :D
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Postby corines143 » Sat, 07 Jul 2007 1:44 pm

Great see you there.. i am going with a friend. she and I planned to apply together ..all the best to all of you going..
do u know roughly the rounds? and how many ppl are going this time round?
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Postby rev12000 » Sat, 07 Jul 2007 2:42 pm

corines143 wrote:Great see you there.. i am going with a friend. she and I planned to apply together ..all the best to all of you going..
do u know roughly the rounds? and how many ppl are going this time round?


Have no idea, as this is my first. Read from previous threat that there will be a total of 3 rounds. :lol: CHEERIOS!!
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Postby viewfrombelow » Fri, 17 Aug 2007 7:35 pm

Does anyone have any clue on when their next intake will be?

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Postby westi » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 8:39 am

Does anyone knows, how many new crews did they take in, in their last intake? What is the ratio between guys and girls??? Thank you!

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Postby jan80 » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 7:06 pm

From what I know from my friend who got in,there will not be anymore intake until at least next year.Even the current batch's training is on hold.They took in around 15 people during the most recent intake.

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Postby the*Shoes » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 8:53 pm

jan80 wrote:From what I know from my friend who got in,there will not be anymore intake until at least next year.Even the current batch's training is on hold.They took in around 15 people during the most recent intake.


jan80, 'until next year' do you mean there will be no intake in next year?
Woowww.... looks UA is really in trouble. Read previous post and it read that, to be on track fully, they have to spend around 6 months including training... and all the fees(uniforms, shoes, bags... not to mention there is no salary in training period) are trainee's expense...

i slipped from the final in the recent intake... :???:

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Postby rev12000 » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 1:12 am

the*Shoes wrote:Read previous post and it read that, to be on track fully, they have to spend around 6 months including training... and all the fees(uniforms, shoes, bags... not to mention there is no salary in training period) are trainee's expense...

i slipped from the final in the recent intake... :???:


Hello babe, 6 months training without salary is really harsh. :oops: Hopes after the training, life will be much better. :D
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Postby Lucille » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 1:45 am

hmmm.. from their website, i think they do pay during training bah...

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Postby rev12000 » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 1:50 am

Lucille wrote:hmmm.. from their website, i think they do pay during training bah...


They do? :o Would you be kind enough to forward me the link of their website which states training will be paid. If it's true, that would be a good news. I didn't make it through the final interview for their recent recruitment, till then i'm sure no allowance nor salary will be paid. :wink:
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Re: UNITED AIRLINE - Interview

Postby Paige » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 4:54 am

corines143 wrote:Hello gals.

Did anyone get the call to be interviewed this coming monday?
I got the call few days back this week. Suppose to reeach there at abt 945pm i think its the same procedure to be in a group and start off with self intro.

anyone going??


Hi Corines143,

May I know when did you submit your application? Or did you apply in July?

Cheers!
Paige :wink:

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Postby jan80 » Mon, 20 Aug 2007 11:08 pm

the*Shoes wrote:
jan80 wrote:From what I know from my friend who got in,there will not be anymore intake until at least next year.Even the current batch's training is on hold.They took in around 15 people during the most recent intake.


jan80, 'until next year' do you mean there will be no intake in next year?
Woowww.... looks UA is really in trouble. Read previous post and it read that, to be on track fully, they have to spend around 6 months including training... and all the fees(uniforms, shoes, bags... not to mention there is no salary in training period) are trainee's expense...

i slipped from the final in the recent intake... :???:


Yup,my friend was recruited this July.She was supposed to start training in September but it has been deferred.Most likely,there will be no recruitment until they have cleared this current batch.
Trainees will not be paid during training and they will only have meal coupons per day.They will only be paid US1000 upon signing of the bond after they have graduated.

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Postby jan80 » Mon, 20 Aug 2007 11:13 pm

For those who are interested,the training for Ua is only 5 weeks in Chicago and not 6 months.

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Postby Lucille » Mon, 20 Aug 2007 11:38 pm

rev12000 wrote:
Lucille wrote:hmmm.. from their website, i think they do pay during training bah...


They do? :o Would you be kind enough to forward me the link of their website which states training will be paid. If it's true, that would be a good news. I didn't make it through the final interview for their recent recruitment, till then i'm sure no allowance nor salary will be paid. :wink:



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hmmmm... the astreix i not too sure... like what jan80 said, maybe u sign bond den get paid?


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