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Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation Employer Reviews

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Fun Workplace
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee), Racine, WIApril 4, 2014
Pros: everything else
Cons: compensation
There is no such thing as a typical day. It is always changing. Great for a person who loves a different challenge everyday. It is a very good job, besides the compensation.
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Fun place to work, but be prepared...
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Dulles, VAMarch 26, 2014
Pros: cool people to work with, gateway to airline industry
Cons: not a career, questionable mandatory ot, thankless position
Work in all weather conditions, which is probably the hardest part of the job. You're normally guilty before proven innocent when conflict arises. The folks on the ramp are a good group to work with. And you should take advantage of the free flights.
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Door to airline industry
Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Dulles, VAMarch 20, 2014
Pros: entry level airport job
Cons: antagonistic management
This is an entry level job in the airline industry. Air Wisconsin doesn't pay much, but you can learn skills that can be used for another airline. If you don't have any experience, the company provides on-the-job training ramp agents, baggage handlers, and other support positions. I worked at IAD and most people were easy enough to get along with, though – more... you will meet some jerks and employees who want to throw you under the bus. The job culture is cliquish. Management is threatening when it comes to following safety procedures, and sometimes harasses employees. Best advice is to get the job, learn ramp and baggage departments, then apply to another airline. Employee turnover is high, and the company is not loyal to most employees. Employees have to join a union, which mans you have money taken out of your paycheck, and you get some representation when management tries to suspend you from work, or fire you. Your union representative will be one of your fellow employees. Schedules are bid for every 3 months, and the schedules are chosen by seniority, that means the employees that are there the longest get the best jobs or get the day schedules. – less
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Long hours, fun workforce
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Dulles, VAMarch 16, 2014
Pros: workforce, flight benefits
Cons: unqualified payroll team, forced overtime constantly under no necessary conditions.
A typical day includes getting forced to stay on mandatory overtime, but you work with a good team. Fun work environment where the lower-level managers actively participate in helping the workforce whenever possible.
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Fun people and a never boring job
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Milwaukee WIMarch 6, 2014
Pros: co-workers and a fun job to perform
Cons: health care and job security
I loved my co workers and how fun the job was!!!! The hardest part was their was no job security because it was a contracted company. There were no benefits for part time employees and it was extremely difficult to get full time because your place was based on seniority with the company.
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Friendly environment with Co-workers
Senior Payroll Specialist (Current Employee), Appleton, WIFebruary 28, 2014
Computer system that I have used on a regular basis or have used with great strengths
Computer system of Crew Trac for Pilot
AS400 Kronos
Microsoft Office

The hardest part of the job was management switching my job role between Bi-Weekly payroll to Semi-Monthly payroll both with different union contracts.

Co-Workers in department are friendly and – more... open. – less
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Good job but management sucks
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee), Sterling, VAJanuary 16, 2014
Pros: free flight benefits on us airways (amarican airlines) which ever name the decide to keep, 401k, health insurance
Cons: low pay, management really does not care about employees.
we are working under united airlines. we are incharge of their express flights. the job is very easy but it is also easy to mess up if you dont pay attention. A typical work day is pretty much waiting for he planes to come in and then you matrial them in and un load the bags then load the new bags for the next destination. management on the other hand – more... sucks they have favorites and if you arent on that list them they will lie on you to make you look bad. co workers are cool but of course you have those times where you dont get along. some times we have long breaks 2-3 hours depending on the day. – less
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Fun workin with planes out in the open fields.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Chicago, ILDecember 4, 2013
Air wisconsin airlines was providing customer service evryday for all passengers,loading and unloading planes was great i like climbing in the pit as they called it.working outside in different weather was okay as well but long as u dressed for the weather u was okay. i enjoyed working as a team.
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The worst management ever
Intake Specialist (Current Employee), Dulles, VADecember 3, 2013
Pros: free flights
Cons: no money or time to use free flights
You have no set schedule have to work 12 hours a day to barely live on 10 an hour
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okay
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee), Hilton Head Island, SCNovember 19, 2013
i have learned alot about the airline industry and the saftey procedures and regulations of airport saftey. could be a nice palce to start career in the airline industry
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Flight Benefits only
Customer Service and Ramp Operations (Current Employee), Dulles airportNovember 17, 2013
Pros: free flights
Cons: to much for little pay
You work harder than you get paid for... this jobs SHOULD start at $12-$15 hour not $9.75... outside condition rain, heat, and cold the only offset to the little pay is the flight benefits.. fly where ever FREE or for a small fee for international flights.. Great bunch of folks you work with(co-workers). However managements could use some improvements.. – more... ALWAYS an issue on your paychecks.. missed counted hours or missed days of pay... so Payroll Dept. could use some help too.. overall its a Job not so much a career... – less
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Great position to get your foot in the door
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee), Lincoln, NENovember 15, 2013
Pros: discounted travel
Cons: delays, no advancement
Best part about this job are the people I work with and the people I meet everyday. Manager is great at this station, but overall, it's not a career position.
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HORRIBLE MANAGERS
PASSENGER SERVICE AGENT (Former Employee), midland, txNovember 8, 2013
Pros: friendly tdys - they are the only one who'll train
Cons: horrible managers and work place
MANAGERS NEED TO LEARN HOW TO TREAT PEOPLE WITH RESPECT ESPECIALLY THEIR OWN WORKERS.

LOCAL WORKERS WHOSE BEEN THERE FOR A WHILE WERE SO LAZY AND WERE LATE ALL THE TIME

CUSTOMER SERVICE WAS HORRIBLE TOO.

A GOOD SUGGESTION TO THE MAIN OFFICE IS TO DO A REVAMP OR GET NEW HIRES TO MANAGE AND WORK IN THIS BRANCH.. CAUSE THIS IS THE WORST WORK PLACE EVER.
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Horrible company
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Alcoa, TNNovember 5, 2013
Pros: part time job
Cons: no organization in the company and lack of staff
Never any structure when working. Always moved into a new role because of co-workers not showing up and lack of staff hired. It was a great job to learn the aircraft's and work with customers in all situations good, but mostly bad. The hardest part was telling customers when flights are cancelled and they were going to say goodbye to their family for – more... the last time, or have bridesmaids miss weddings due to the flights being over booked. – less
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Boarding flights and providing customer service
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee), Washington, DullesNovember 4, 2013
I enjoy meeting new people everyday working at Dulles Airport
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I enjoyed this company.
Tech Supply Representative (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAOctober 17, 2013
Pros: the learning process.
Cons: sometimes the weather required to be outside when driving.
I learn and achieved so much with the position I held.
I felt like management was great as well.
Most co-workers were team players.

Would love to have the opportunity to be employed by Air
Wisconsin Airlines again.
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PSA-Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Peoria, ILOctober 16, 2013
The workplace was friendly, my co-workers were fun to work with.
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Productive & fun place to work
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Washington Dulles AirportSeptember 24, 2013
Pros: free trips
Cons: n/a
busy
appreciation of what you have
Good understanding
Nice people
Staying late
Help people
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Diverse place to work
Flight Attendant (Current Employee), Appleton, WISeptember 20, 2013
I have nothing bad to say about the company I work for I am just seeking new personal and professional opportunities where I can grow as an individual.
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great airline
flight attendant (Former Employee), Norfolk, VAAugust 19, 2013
great place to work, advise anyone to work here. If you are just starting out as a flight attendant it is a perfect starter airline.

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About Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation

Not bound by the borders of the state that shares its name, Air Wisconsin Airlines flies throughout the eastern half of the US. – Read more