Pricing Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 12, 2017
Normally our department was left to do our known job without much interference from upper management. We were given a lot of trust to do our job which was nice. There wasn't any opportunities to move up the latter or even get more advance training. Being left alone has its perk but being forgotten isn't great.
Concierge (Current Employee) – Flushing, NY – July 24, 2017
Enjoyable workplace. Lots to learn. Room for advancement. The job can be stressful at times, flight cancellations, irate passengers, but there is a joy when people are rebooked and sent on their travels.
Fast paced environment full of challenges and opportunities!
Airport Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 19, 2017
Working at AC for over 15 years provided me an opportunity to meet and interact with many people from various cultures, languages and nationalities on a daily basis. This enabled me to develop a better understanding of dealing with different customs and enriched my experience in human relations especially when difficult situations arose.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 20, 2017
Awesome airline to work for, my first airline job and I've learened a lot of great information, because it was a international airline it was very intense in learning everything about visa's and different requirements for different countries, but the bes part that kept me going were the customers.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 17, 2017
Working for this airline is cutthroat and just plain brutal. Often times, you're working with minimum staff, triple the work load, and in hardly no break during peak season. Colleagues were full of drama, not to mention, loves and thrives for other people's drama. No, thank you!!! Other times, it's not so bad. Fun people to work with, the rapport between coworkers, and meeting new people are just perks aside from the flying benefits, which by the way, isn't worth it, sometimes, with all the stress of being a standby.
Cutomer Service Representative (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 27, 2017
very normal job. As I did not stay to long, the only thing that I can say about this company is that everybody is normal in this company. Few people are not as well as everybody working as supervisor, they are few not everyone. Coworkers are good helpers once you start at work. My job was pretty easy and good. That is all what I have to say about my experience working in Air Canada as a customer services agent.
customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 4, 2017
i don"t want to write a review about my last job. that is personal. I really don't have much to say. all I can say was that I loved working with Air Canada and I enjoyed what it had to offer me. I have been with them for 10 years and I would love to go back and work with them again. I love flying with them I love visiting Canada and I love their culture. I felt very privilege to be part of a great airline as Air Canada.
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 27, 2017
I enjoy working for this company. I do believe that this company values the employee. There needs to be a commitment to the employees families as well as an understanding that the work life and home life must have balance
Like this job but the pay is not great especially if you're the only breadwinner but they do offer overtime which is great but you basically won't see your family a lot. People are great and supervisors as well. Overall is a great place and benefits are awesome.
Air canada customer agent (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – August 23, 2016
Terrible management. The job in itself would've been fun. Travel benefits are good , however The manager is terrible, and sarchastic. People never stay, so we were always short staffed. Leads repeat everything you say or do, even if you are in the break room. Major tyrany and huge limitation In shift trade, so good luck finding time to travel ! It could have been nice again if the manager was more intelligent and kept his employees happy. Instead of angry. There is great airlines out there. I am glad I left