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Wheel Chair Escort/ Customer Assistant Agent (Former Employee), Arlington, VANovember 21, 2014
company a little unorganized but overall a relax job. great starter job.
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Hard working
Air Craft Fueler (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCNovember 19, 2014
This company is great. Great opportunity to get started with experience
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fast pace work enviornment
Dispatcher (Current Employee), Atlanta, GANovember 7, 2014
Pros: meet alot of people
Cons: no breaks
a typical day at asig is multi-tadsking, quick thinking and steady problem solver.

i learned how to have fun dealing with a fast past position

my co-workers are not so friendly but great dispatchers
the hardest part of my job is slowing down when things die down

the best part of my job is meeting new people
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No growth or chances for improvement
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), Jamaica, NYOctober 29, 2014
Cons: 30 min lunch break
ASIG is a company where there is no growth. You can go above and beyond your job title but still never advance in title. They'll add on more work responsibilities and expect you to work for the same pay. It's a great stepping stone if you want airport experience but don't stay there for too long. My co workers were amazing people and always helped the – more... day go by. – less
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Still looking for work
Ramp Fuel Delivery (Current Employee), Portland OROctober 23, 2014
I started today applying for a new job and so far so good. InDeed makes it easy and fast to apply for multiple positions at once.
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love the place
General hel (Current Employee), Newark, NJOctober 8, 2014
love the people and the job and wouldnt want to be anywhere else
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Outdoor Environment
Ramp Agent (Current Employee), JFK International AirportOctober 3, 2014
Pros: outdoors
Cons: no time for breaks
It is hard work with sometimes no breaks. I did learn how to use the equipment that enables the airport to be safe. The hardest part is packing the planes.
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good
Fueler- Comply (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCSeptember 29, 2014
good work
great hours
work was awesome
like my coworkers
enjoy work period
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A great place to exercise teamwork skills and responsibility.
Ground Service Lead/Step Up Supervisor (Current Employee), Denver, COSeptember 28, 2014
Typically a day at work involves utilizing a computer system to access the workload and time schedule of the planes then relay this to a team of 3 to 4. I then direct the team to load and unload bags and special items while focusing on safety as well as taking care of the plane while in the gate. While at this job I have learned the importance of organization, – more... safety, and working as a team. The management has been incredible at giving me opportunities to grow as I was promoted to crew chief within 2 weeks and a step up supervisor within a few months. As this job is physically demanding the turn over rate is fairly high resulting in the opportunity to work with many diverse people. I have benefited from this greatly as it has taught me no person is the same, it is important to get to know people to utilize everyone's strengths and weaknesses to better production. Although this position has required a great deal of discipline due to the constantly changing schedule, heavy workload, and time restraints I am thankful for the opportunity to grow as a professional. – less
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Fueler
fueler (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PASeptember 23, 2014
Fuel aircrafts, Drive a 10k Truck. I fill out paperwork for the airline im fueling
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hated working here
Fueler (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCSeptember 11, 2014
this compnay was bad didnt care anything about the employees at all
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ASIG RDU
Fueler (Current Employee), RDU AirportSeptember 10, 2014
Pros: easy job
Cons: management, 8 hour and 30 minute shift... as in your break is just part of the shift, working outside without a/c or heat in the trucks, doesn't pay enough for the hazard of working there.
Upper Management doesn't perform to a level I expect someone in that position to do. The job itself is fine, dealing with management is unbearable and is why I found a different employment opportunity.
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Good job
Fueler (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCSeptember 7, 2014
The overall aspect of the work place is great. a varitey of different people and cultures.
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driving fuel trucks waiting to fuel aircraft is unreal
Fuel Truck Driver (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PASeptember 3, 2014
Pros: alot of down time when waiting to fuel aircrafts
Cons: pay not that good
Comply with all Federal, State, Municipal, Airport authority and Carrier security requirements Respond to fuel emergencies (i.e. fuel spills) utilizing emergency response cart Follow established environmental and company guidelines Utilize hand-held radios, telephones and computers for communication Complete and submit all documentation associated with – more... fueling activities Interact with carrier personnel Operate motorized fueling vehicles just fueling aircraft is a unreal job – less
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Fast paced and demanding work
Fueler (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVAugust 22, 2014
Cons: dealing with weather while working, smelling like jet fuel when coming home
Demanding, fast paced, working in the changing weather, co-worker were mostly great people, management was scarce for simple reason of dealing with their upper management, schedule, and other fuelers in different areas in the airport,
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Corporate America
Duty Manager (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CAAugust 4, 2014
The job is ran tight , there is a lot of room for improvement from upper management.
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asig cutting cost
Lead Fueler (Former Employee), Dulles, VAJuly 16, 2014
Pros: nothing good
Cons: nothing good
asig was firing all the senior employs to cut cost .the made it real hard to work their.they came in took radios out all vehilcles/took tvs out break room.just cut everything out even breaks.
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Good Job
Ramp Agent (Current Employee), Jamaica, NYJuly 14, 2014
Pros: lots of breaks
My typical day of work. I come in about 7:30pm and I check the plot to see what flights I will be working on that day. Usually the flight doesn't come in for about another 30 min so I go in the break room and relax. Then when its time I head to my assigned gate. First we wing walk the planes into the gate. Then we chock and cone the aircraft. After – more... that we open the cargo doors and get the equipment to unload the cargo and the bags. There are mostly wide body aircraft so there isn't usually a lot of lifting the bags. The bags are put in to cargo bins and there is a machine to unload it. We attach some dollies to a tug and take the cargo bins to their destination. Narrow body aircrafts are all bags no cargo bins, these flights are the worst! There is a little of a rush when the aircraft comes in because we have a 10 min guarantee. Meaning we have 10 min to get at least one bag in baggage claim. After the plane is unloaded we wait for the upload. Some flights leave soon after they arrive and some leave hours later. Depending on the time the flight leave ill wait in the breakroom or in near the plane. Then we upload the plane and send it off. P.S PEOPLE HERE BARELY FOLLOW RULES. If you get the job and go to orientation they'll tell you all these rules that no one follows. I see a lot of people complaining about the pay, this isn't a job you shoulld try and live off of. Im a college student so the pay is fine to me. I dont have much responsibilities – less
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Poor company
Fuel Farm Operator (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIJuly 9, 2014
Pros: nope. none.
Cons: don't work here
The management is inept as to what they are doing. You work outside and when they ask you to do something that is easily done in a day they wait a week to look at it then tell you it was poorly done. Well, if you hadn't waited a week since it was done... The trucks break down/start on fire constantly. They yell at you if you delay flights because they – more... provide poor equipment. – less
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"Job Culture" at ASIG SUCK - little to no management support
Ground Crew (Current Employee), NewarkJuly 6, 2014
Cons: negative motivation - do the job or get fired
February 2014: There were (2) weeks during this month when the night temperature range in the low teems. And over the period a six person team handled six (6) flights a night. And, during this time not one flight was delayed. This team worked its backsides off to turn the flight. Working in painful conditions. They did a great job, but no one said a – more... thing. Management did nothing. Not one pat on the back. Not one good job or a thanks. Not even a cup on "Hot" coffee.
That is the "Job Culture" at ASIG. – less

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