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Management is inexperienced. Lead driver/Router is petty and shows favoritism. Local 74 Union is innefective.
Driver (Current Employee), Long Beach, CAJuly 28, 2015
Cons: A.M. Shifts begin 1a.m, P.M. shifts start 14:30., New drivers will have P.M. shifts for at least 2 years.
Management is incompetent, Lead driver/Router shows favoritism and is petty. Actually put up a hand written sign that said " if you don't like how things are done...you know where the door is". Local 74 Union is ineffective. Assigns better routes to drivers he likes, day routes to Junior drivers regardless of Union rules. Covers up mistakes of his favorite drivers up to and including lying. DO NOT WORK HERE!!!
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Fun if you love working with aircraft
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee), Denver, COJuly 7, 2015
Pros: Off two consecutive days
Cons: Management and equipment needs to be improved - no soap for employees, really???
Being in and around aviation is so cool if you're into it.
Sometimes it's hard to deal with things that are not always in your control but you power through and it can be draining, but rewarding.
Knowing that you have played an important role in getting people to there destination is a pretty cool thing, especially on such a dynamic scale at such a busy airport.
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Dead end Job with no Pension or upward mobility
Lead Ramp Agent (Former Employee), new york, NYJune 18, 2015
Pros: You get to look at pretty airplanes
Cons: Bad equipment, people died in accidents
Under constant threat of being fired even if you've been working there for 15 years. They lack respect for their most loyal workers and treat you as expendable pawns. They take advantage of their workers by working them too hard for too little pay.
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A great place to work
Dispatcher (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAMay 18, 2015
Pros: Overtime
Cons: moving up in management
It gets overwhelming sometimes, when the employees are not doing what is expected of them. But the majority of the time it goes well with no delays. Management can do better. The hardest part of the job is babysitting grown men and women. the most enjoyable part of the day is clock out time
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productive and fun place to work
Passenger Service Coordinator (Former Employee), atlanta, gaMay 18, 2015
Pros: cook out for employees
Cons: short breaks
Good company to work and a good management team.hardest is standing on your feet for a long time.working at the airport you get meet lots of people.
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Great opportunities and very supportive team work.
Operations Account Manager (Current Employee), Jamaica, NYApril 1, 2015
Pros: Bonuses, great learning seminars
Cons: Health benefits.
ASIG is one of the best employer anyone can work for. I was given lot of opportunties that came with great responsibilities in a very short time due to amy credentials and credibility of learning. My employers were very clear and understandable about any growth issues or personal.

The team of management and my fellow piers are also very knowledgable individuals who didn't hesitate to share any information that could help in the success of the operation.
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Very unprofessional work envioronment.
Dispatcher (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAMarch 25, 2015
Pros: Healthcare, overtime, retirement plan
Cons: The pay, favoritism, no leadership from management
From the upper level management, down to middle and lower level; this Atlanta operations struggles mighty to service the customer efficiently and pays it employees next to nothing in the process. Supervisors show up to work with attitudes and cause the employee morale to be negative. The condition of the aircraft fueling equipment is in poor condition and the companies group hiring process they have implemented for years is laughable.
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it's a job
Dispatcher (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAMarch 15, 2015
the job is pretty decent
i wish the schedule was a bit more flexible
i've been here a little over a yr, i came in as a fueler and now i'm a dispatcher
the hardest part is working with people who lack at communicating
the job is fairly easy but i miss being physically active at work
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Great environment to begin an aviation career
Operations Agent (Current Employee), Passenger service Ramp cordinatorMarch 7, 2015
Great place to start an aviation career.
They provide many opportunities to learn and grow with the company. There is a lot of room for advancement.
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fun place to work
Ground Service Agent (Former Employee), Tamuning, GUMarch 6, 2015
Pros: meeting new people, long breaks
Cons: management needs improvement
i enjoyed my time being employed here although management likes to have their little "power trips"

you get long breaks but when its time to work, its fast
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Fueler
AIRCRAFT FUELER (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PAMarch 4, 2015
Pros: experience
Cons: weather
fueling flights before their departures, how to fuel airplanes, and how to be a team leader, dealing with the weather, and enjoying my time with co workers and management.
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Airline Fueler (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAFebruary 27, 2015
Pros: good money
Cons: alot of people being fired
Ok company but this company has a very high firing rate the work is pretty easy once you get the hang of it, they have plenty of overtime but at the same time after u get finished working your shift you probably wont want to work another overtime shift.
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Great job for people with no experience, or no education
Fueler (Former Employee), Erlanger, KYFebruary 22, 2015
Pros: decent amount of downtime, higher paying than minimum wage
Cons: poor management, managers are biased
You work your rear off, compensating for lazy employees, and employees who are seemingly allowed to call off as much as they want, but when you need a day off for some reason, you nearly have to bring in your death certificate.
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its a job
Aircraft Fueler / Fleet Agent (Current Employee), Tampa, FLFebruary 8, 2015
pay isn't great but its a check if its whtat ur looking for job isn't that hard just be on time but the management sucks and the company doesn't cae only that you get the planes out on time
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Great workplace
HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAFebruary 7, 2015
Great workplace, co-worker I enjoy working and helping the employees with any situation they may have been dealing with and fixing it.
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Waste of your time
GSE Mechanic (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJanuary 21, 2015
Pros: learned about my job more.
Cons: no breaks, no paid sick & holidays. management
Being my first civilian job, I was thinking this company would be less stressful than the military. I was WRONG. There wasn't one day I enjoyed coming in to work. Whatever you do stay away from this company.
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As a passenger service agent, my job was very important.
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Atlanta, GeorgiaDecember 29, 2014
When I was a passenger service agent, customer service was the key. We were the main support of military personnel as they where deploying to the Middle East. Building manifest, maintaining a professional appearance, and consistency was key factor to my success.
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ok if you are just getting out of high school
fueler (Former Employee), new orleansDecember 28, 2014
this is a job for kids gettin out of high school not really a career because of the pay you can learn as much about fueling how to stick meassure the fuel in the tanks and still not get paid enough coworkers were fun to work with poor managment the best part about it was gettin to drive a tanker
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Very Bad Place to work
Aviation Fueler (Former Employee), seattleDecember 3, 2014
Pros: a lot of overtime
Cons: corrupt management, company does not care about you.
this company does not care about its employees or their safety. While working here i was repeatedly forced to use equipment that was not safe, even after reporting to mangement numerous times. Management at the SeaTac location is extremely corrupt.
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Great part time job for college students
Passenger service and special handling agent (Former Employee), jfk internatinal airport, jamaica, nyNovember 14, 2014
The environment was very professional and I learned a lot about people skill. It was a great experience but no growth at all.

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AIRCRAFT SERVICE INTERNATIONAL GROUP Salaries

Fueler
$10.00 per hour
$20,000 per year
Ramp Agent
$9.50 per hour
Area Manager
$70,000 per year
Ramp Agent
$25,000 per year