Fueler (Current Employee) – Dulles, VA – September 16, 2016
High school diploma/GED is the most you'll get out of these people. No hiring reqs, hard work is NOT recognized at all, pay is horrible considering you're working around multi-million dollar aircraft, most of shift is sitting and waiting.
Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 8, 2018
ramp observation it learned faa and osha rules management was great and helpful when needed work place culture was nice the hard part working in any weather condition the most enjoyable was going to work
ASIG was a good company specializing in aircraft refueling operations. My boss was busy and constantly sent to other job sites so we worked by our selves. Primary problems were with the fuel trucks breaking. They worked seven days a week and were well used. Pay could of been better, this due to contract for the job. Paid vacation and off time was good. Had good benefit package but I did not use it. Over all a better company than Menzies who bought them out.
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee) – Barrigada, GU – November 6, 2017
Working with different airlines and cultures is awesome ! I learned so much in a short time.
The hours are hectic and sometimes there no days off. There were some cases where my leads/co workers were out of line but I was always a target or considered a complainer. One of my female cowrkers physically touched me in a confrontation and management did NOTHING. That incident lead me to leave the company. After numerous complaints were made within me and my coworker, they played the elder card when she was at fault.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 27, 2017
High paced, load of responsibility and not enough pay for it. CO workers are friendly for the most part. Not everyone is a team player. Hardest part of the job is having to pull the weight your co workers.