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EMIRATES RECRUITMENT ON 28 AND 29 NOV 08

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Postby sherrielynn » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 11:32 pm

Jojoleona wrote:
sherrielynn wrote:
Jojoleona wrote:dear all i also juz received emirates invitation...but im not goin...

GOOD LUCK to those trying...give ur best shot n jiayou.... :D


why not ? have you been to it before ? do you know what they will ask you ?


hihi, im not goin coz im waiting for cx results plus i cldnt rch the 212 arm rch...so ive to give it a miss le.... :)

ah i see.. gd luck with cx !
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Postby chichi14 » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 11:33 pm

I got the invitation as well.

But I'm not sure yet if I'm going. But anyways, good luck to all of you.

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where to apply?

Postby anitaluv » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 1:22 am

wats ths invitation u all are talkin about n the online application?where do i go and apply?so this job is in dubai,i've to forget about spore n live there for the contract period rite?guys do let me know wher online i got to apply,etc etc..really appreciate ur kind help.thank you again.

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Re: where to apply?

Postby singaporegrrl » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 4:07 am

anitaluv wrote:wats ths invitation u all are talkin about n the online application?where do i go and apply?so this job is in dubai,i've to forget about spore n live there for the contract period rite?guys do let me know wher online i got to apply,etc etc..really appreciate ur kind help.thank you again.


If you take the effort to look at the airline's website, it states that they are conducting an open day which is (let me repeat this for the umpteen times) OPEN to all. You DO NOT NEED to register online. They get the invite just because they have registered online and it's just a reminder from Emirates in case they don't know there will be a recruitment drive in Singapore. Please, if you want to be in this line, have a bit of initiative to browse through the airline's website to find out what you are looking for. If you have trouble finding the careers page, you're at least looking at other pages where you can gain knowledge on the airline itself. Sometimes researching on your own is much, much better than asking other people, especially those who do not have the actual facts.
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Re: where to apply?

Postby lindyhoppe » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 11:01 am

singaporegrrl wrote:If you take the effort to look at the airline's website, it states that they are conducting an open day which is (let me repeat this for the umpteen times) OPEN to all. You DO NOT NEED to register online. They get the invite just because they have registered online and it's just a reminder from Emirates in case they don't know there will be a recruitment drive in Singapore. Please, if you want to be in this line, have a bit of initiative to browse through the airline's website to find out what you are looking for. If you have trouble finding the careers page, you're at least looking at other pages where you can gain knowledge on the airline itself. Sometimes researching on your own is much, much better than asking other people, especially those who do not have the actual facts.


I admire you for having repeated these for how many damn times in this forum alone. Salute. Maybe this explanation could be pinned up somewhere or labelled as "sticky" so that others looking for the info will find it easily. From those interviews that i've went for, i realised that not many people have this initiative to look for information that they need. Most just want to be fed without using any time for research.

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Postby Plavt » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 12:47 pm

lindyhoppe wrote:
singaporegrrl wrote:If you take the effort to look at the airline's website, it states that they are conducting an open day which is (let me repeat this for the umpteen times) OPEN to all. You DO NOT NEED to register online. They get the invite just because they have registered online and it's just a reminder from Emirates in case they don't know there will be a recruitment drive in Singapore. Please, if you want to be in this line, have a bit of initiative to browse through the airline's website to find out what you are looking for. If you have trouble finding the careers page, you're at least looking at other pages where you can gain knowledge on the airline itself. Sometimes researching on your own is much, much better than asking other people, especially those who do not have the actual facts.


From those interviews that i've went for, i realised that not many people have this initiative to look for information that they need. Most just want to be fed without using any time for research.


Exactly! There is a lot you can do for yourself (for those that can be bothered) and I have posted several stickies some on behalf of singaporegrrl and queenie-me. The trouble is way too many still come here and persistently ask the same questions over and over again more concerned about the clothes they will wear or their looks ignoring a thread of any sense. People must learn to think for themselves, after all potential flight attendants need to!

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Re: where to apply?

Postby singaporegrrl » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 1:34 pm

lindyhoppe wrote:i realised that not many people have this initiative to look for information that they need. Most just want to be fed without using any time for research.


Before I became a cabin crew, I kept thinking, "should I be asking this question? Wiil it sound stupid?" And so I ended up not asking at all and just research about it online. There tons of websites sharing information on how to go through airline interviews, the experiences of real life cabin crew, etc, etc. Honestly, Yahoo! and Google is a great thing because you can search on anything under the sun. Thus, I gained so much knowledge from all that surfing and researching, I could almost answer any questions about the job my friends asked me although I WAS NOT a cabin crew yet. I'm not trying to show off but just trying to prove a point that self-research will help you a lot more than to come here, ask questions that have been asked loads of times before, waiting for someone to answer. And when someone actually answers, sometimes it's not the right answer at all coz majority of the people here aren't cabin crew yet so you are bound to get conflicting answers. That's why, don't wait to be fed! The world WIDE web is so WIDE, you can find almost anything you're looking for. Besides, we don't need anymore bimbos in the industry. Learn to be more initiative and you'll be perfect for the job!
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Re: where to apply?

Postby Jojoleona » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 3:37 pm

singaporegrrl wrote:
lindyhoppe wrote:i realised that not many people have this initiative to look for information that they need. Most just want to be fed without using any time for research.


Before I became a cabin crew, I kept thinking, "should I be asking this question? Wiil it sound stupid?" And so I ended up not asking at all and just research about it online. There tons of websites sharing information on how to go through airline interviews, the experiences of real life cabin crew, etc, etc. Honestly, Yahoo! and Google is a great thing because you can search on anything under the sun. Thus, I gained so much knowledge from all that surfing and researching, I could almost answer any questions about the job my friends asked me although I WAS NOT a cabin crew yet. I'm not trying to show off but just trying to prove a point that self-research will help you a lot more than to come here, ask questions that have been asked loads of times before, waiting for someone to answer. And when someone actually answers, sometimes it's not the right answer at all coz majority of the people here aren't cabin crew yet so you are bound to get conflicting answers. That's why, don't wait to be fed! The world WIDE web is so WIDE, you can find almost anything you're looking for. Besides, we don't need anymore bimbos in the industry. Learn to be more initiative and you'll be perfect for the job!


i agree...if u urself dun tk the initiative to learn n find out things u reali wldnt achieve much in future....all the best ppl.... :D
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Postby mintia » Mon, 27 Oct 2008 1:04 pm

Hi hi,

Just need an opinion:

So this 1st Nov walk in is for the initial 'filter' round and then the assessment date is 28/29 Nov right?

I am keen to try but I will be away on the 28/29 for a business trip!
Should I even try on 1st Nov or wait for the next recruitment?

Thanks.

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Postby babypig0630 » Tue, 28 Oct 2008 12:44 am

How about open day's process?
Is that group discussion? or any ..........?

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Postby babypig0630 » Thu, 30 Oct 2008 3:52 am

Anything I need to bring for open day?????


* a print out of this email invitation; (I have not this, How come?)

* your online App. No; (I had, but never receive invite. How can I tell them my number?)

* an updated CV along ;

* 2 passport size photographs;

* and a full length (head to toe dressed in formal business attire, against a plain background) photograph


Who can answer me? Thank you! And how about process of open day?

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Postby travelbug » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 8:55 am

the emirates walk-in recruitment is already over. the 28 / 29 nov is for second round.

i heard from the interviewer telling someone that the next singapore recruitment is on 10 Jan 2009 but those who were not successful at this last one must wait 6 months. i think the recruitment in singapore is like every 2-3 months.

have friends who fly up to bangkok or KL for interviews. apparently not as competitive there. the next bangkok open day is 7 dec.

anyone know who ths interviewer is?

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Postby sushsmita » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 11:04 am

the other day some mentioned theres no 6mths restrictions so kinda confused actually.. :???:

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Postby linatan87 » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 11:08 am

if u went for the 1st interview and was not shortlisted for the 2nd round of interview...then u can try again 2 months later...
but if u're shortlisted for 2nd round of interview but was not selected for final then u can only try 6months later.
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Postby Jojoleona » Mon, 17 Nov 2008 6:30 pm

anyone who's going for the nov 28, 2nd interview for emirates?
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