1) yes, we have to report 2 hrs before departure for briefing. in fact we will have to be slightly earlier for our briefing.SIAWannabe wrote:1) CC have to report 2 hours before the take off time right?
2) Do stewardess still have to wear the covered shoes in flight or is it the sandles all the way.
3) Do stewardess have to change into a new uniform before touch down.
Agree with maine21 to some extent, but i feel that it's not that bad lah. work like a dog? no lah. this is not true! yeah, it can be tiring sometimes that's all. most outsiders only see the superficial side of this job...maine21 wrote:dear folks, just to share with u guys on my humble experiences here...
For those who have been wanting to be a cabin crew, its good to ask yourself again and again- do you really want this job that much?
months ago, i was just like everyone here, constantly checking out on the forum/sia website for recruitment/tips etc and going for interviews, failing it and finally successfully made it tru at my 3rd attempt. My understanding of this job was only - smile & serve .
but this job is much much more than that. The culture is one, which requires you to either pick it up or cry like a baby after every flight (when zapping get involves). U ask urself, are you prepare to get harsh/rude words fr ppl u meet for the first time?Ppl who say "I want u to get out of my sight nw/ are u stupid or what?"
2nd, its not an easy job whereby ppl (like me ) perceive as. U practically work like a dog i would say. On an avg,u could do the "squatting-standing" movement for almost 100times on each flight when serving.And your hands get dirty from collecting meal trays/babies vomit etc
To be honest, i was not prepared for all these... all i know is i just serve then i can be paid to shop. But before you enjoy, u put in 200% worth of work/sweat and sometimes even tears.
To sum it up, this is really not a job for "atas" ppl or gers who deem that cleaning toilet is a cleaner job. For those who feel that you can brave this through , then yes, this is the job for you
You mean they do not have an intake in January?flumpet wrote:No they don't.Denny wrote:Anyone here have any idea if there will be an intake in January 2011? I did not pass the management round on the 19th of Dec and i would like to try again next month. Do they have any records of you not passing the management round and impose a ban on you for 3 months?
Plavt, in SQ the male cabin crew work till 55yrs then go for a 2 yrs extension to 57yrs (if you have a good record, subjective here...) then its 1 year extension at 57-58 and 58-59. There will be a review here and sad to say, lately not many get extended. Its subjective here again, depending on how well your record, reputation and nos. of management level ppl who like you. Its not gonna be transparent.Plavt wrote:^ Unless things have changed; males can work until aged 65.
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