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Postby FlyingBabe » Wed, 24 Feb 2010 5:22 am

Yesh, that's right: long pants/skirt+blouse. a full attire would have a jacket, but I think it wouldn't be a big deal. Actually, at the personal interview, they asked me to remove the jacket, so they could see how I looked like. But make sure you look neat and like a business woman ;).
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Postby purpleorchid » Wed, 24 Feb 2010 9:32 am

thanks Flyingbabe for the tips! =))

ayeunshine, I am meeting Ninaaaa at Hilton lobby this sat. if u wana meet and go together, email either one of us k!

good luck to all attending the open day this sat!

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Postby Gnip » Thu, 25 Feb 2010 10:04 pm

Hi, have a question on the total salary, inclusive of allowances. How much can we expect to receive a month on average? TIA! :)
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Postby cythx » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 9:40 am

Gnip wrote:Hi, have a question on the total salary, inclusive of allowances. How much can we expect to receive a month on average? TIA! :)


They will brief you on that day on this before start collecting your resume.Please read back few pages and you will get the answer to all your question.
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Postby Gnip » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 11:07 am

cythx wrote:
Gnip wrote:Hi, have a question on the total salary, inclusive of allowances. How much can we expect to receive a month on average? TIA! :)


They will brief you on that day on this before start collecting your resume.Please read back few pages and you will get the answer to all your question.


Hi cythx! Thanks for your reply. there are 2 answers to my question of which are very different. The first one claims S$2.5 - S$3k; the other claims S$7k - S$8k.

Any thoughts on this?
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Postby ayesunshine » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 8:36 pm

Hi from what I know, 2.5-3k is after your 6 months of probation. During training/ first few months, your pay is almost like peanuts cause it would be ~<1k US dollars and there are alot of things you need to buy to settle down.

Most likely 7k and above is possible but that depends on your 'rank'/ how many years you have worked in the company.

Correct me if I'm wrong. Yupp. :)
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Postby Gnip » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 10:16 pm

ayesunshine wrote:Hi from what I know, 2.5-3k is after your 6 months of probation. During training/ first few months, your pay is almost like peanuts cause it would be ~<1k US dollars and there are alot of things you need to buy to settle down.

Most likely 7k and above is possible but that depends on your 'rank'/ how many years you have worked in the company.

Correct me if I'm wrong. Yupp. :)


Oh dear! That is rather low a salary! Goodness me. 7k is probably after you have been promoted at least a couple of times I think. But for 3k, I'm not too sure if I'll be willing to re-locate to a faraway place. :(
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Postby ayesunshine » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 10:52 pm

That entirely depends on how badly you want to be a FA I suppose.
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Postby Gnip » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 11:03 pm

I do agree with that. Let's also face it, 3k to go to a faraway country to be an FA, may not be the most practical thing, unfortunately. But 7k, would be alot more inviting! :D
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Postby iplaydressup » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 2:09 pm

hey everyone!

i didnt manage to go for the interview today due to some
personal reasons that i need to attend to, so yeah.
im looking forward fr the next recruitment thou. (:

anyways, any kind soul out there to share their own thoughts
abt attending to the Qatar OD tdy? Anyone receive any calls frm them yet?

Cheers!

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Postby ayesunshine » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 2:26 pm

Hey everyone!!

I just got back from the OD. There were lots of people there and I think the interviewers just finished collecting everyone's resume around 2 p.m
Note to future applicants, pls be on time or even better, earlier as they were very particular about punctuality.

There were 2 recruitment officers, 1 Malaysian called Tanya and another Sri lankan call suming(I dunno how to spell her name but it's pronounce something like that). It started w a video about Doha, then a basic presentation on the lifestyle, the currency the airline company etc. Afterwards, the ground was open to questions by applicants. I was shocked at the number of people that have travelled to Singapore specifically for this OD. My hat goes of to all of you for making the extra effort.

After FAQs were done, we were Asked to hand in our resumes one by one. No queuing, it's according to your seating arrangement. So, try to seat
in front. When it's your turn, just remember to SMILE and offer a handshake. Tanya offered but the other lAdy didn't really bother. Then they will ask a very brief question such as what is your current job. And then, THATs IT!!!

Go home or wherever and wait anxiously for the call, like me. Hahaha
wish me luck!!!
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Postby iplaydressup » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 2:48 pm

hey ayesunshine! thanks fr sharing! (:

oh wow! they travelled to Singapore specifically for the Qatar OD?
i salute them! whr were they frm mainly? our neighbour countries?
i would like to ask u, they will ask a very brief question such as what is your current job. u mean during the procedure of handling over ur CV to them? i assume its only one to one period of time when u had this while the rest seated patiently fr their turn?

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Postby iplaydressup » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 2:53 pm

oppps! i mean when u pass them ur CV, u are sitted in frnt of them and they asked u the questions?
while the rest waited patiently fr their turn?

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Postby sgexpat2011 » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 4:53 pm

i was also in the od earlier, its nearly 5pm, hope we can get a call for tomorrow. :D

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Postby lolika » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 6:07 pm

Gd luck for all you've been to OD!!!! I really do wish you best of luck,
For me i couldn't make it i mean i didn't receive any calls, i handed my resume to the Ms. zumudi yeah she didn't offer handshake so i didnt offer , i was only asked 2,3 brief questions and then next! it was so fast ,

If any of you guys made it through please let me know!!

Once again gd luck, i'll have to try again keep trying and trying till i get it :lol:


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