you should be asking the HR department.redhead wrote:hi i am new in this forum. I'm having problems now can anybody enlighten me.
I already accepted the airline's invitation for me to have training. I have already gone through less than a week of training but then been planning not to pursue at all. my reason is that i am going back to my country <urgent>, do i have the right to say that i won't be continueing my training as i have paid for it also? won't i be able to get the money i paid them? as for SQ,Tiger Airways,Silk air.. would they make me pay for a certain amount bec i didn't continue having training ?
A previous point I made, is that CCQ pilots (command/captain) with CCQ (Cross Crew Qualifictaions on the Boeings), I think it's called something different on the Chairbus. EVERYONE is on crap pay.Tres Bien Merci wrote:...
Regarding Pilot versus CC, I would say how much money the company needs to spent to train one pilot compare to CC? How about the salary comparison between pilot and CC? If the pilot grows older, will the company still using them as their captain? How about CC? From my understanding, the older the pilots are and as long as they are physically fit, the more salary they will receive since they have a lot experience in this line.
Tres Bien Merci wrote: This job is terrible and they are profesional actor/actress with their fake smile all the time. [/color][/color]
Yes, they may be fake. But they are just being professional. Who will pay few hundreds bucks to be serve by grumpy crew? If so, the whole of Japan will be a FAKE country. cause everyone is so smiley and friendly. But yet japanese, regardless of what position, are always polite willing to help. One of the professional people I have ever since.
They should do something with this problem. With unhealthy working environment it will make their staff demoralize and it will lead to resignation.
I think Singaporeans are just too fragile as life is to comfortable for us. Alittle upset or so call too much "stress", they will quit and hope to find a better job elsewhere.
I doubt it only exist in SIA... It whether you wanna do something to let yourself survive.
They need to remember, in the service line, we need to treat everyone equaly and fair. They are the king. But for them, only a choosen one receive this treatment.
In service line, there is no equal or fair...most of the time, only customers ARE RIGHT even if they are not. Is either you make customer happy or you lose them to your competitors.
Now time for you to think again whether this is really a job that you are waiting for? Some of you left the job becasue previous job is suck so you want to change company with the hope of better people, better pay, better working environment. So please think properly whether you make a right decision by choosing this job as your next job.
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