Operation Supervisor (Former Employee), Dulles Aviation – October 6, 2014
Cons: low morale, high turnover rate, employees missing hours on checks
Not a good enviroment to work in. Problems with being paid correctly(hourly). No support from management and very unsafe equipment.I learned that in order to be a good manager you have to listen,commnicate and respect your fellow peers.
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – October 7, 2014
Cons: the company
The worst company you could work for. Better off working at a McDonalds same pay rate but I'm sure better job security there. The job itself is demanding and is not worth the pay nor the responsibilities given. My experience with this company seemed to be a waste of time. The harder you worked the worst it becomes upper management sees you as a threat – more... and will always pick the weakest Link over a hard worker who they can manipulate. Don't waste your time the turn down rate for this company is rediculous. I was with this company for a year and a half and saw 15 people come and go including fuelers who were with the company for 20+ years. And no lunch breaks when busy. – less
Turbine tech (Former Employee), Dallas RTC and Grapevine. – July 23, 2014
Cons: management needs an enema.
Horrible managment. This is where it all starts. All they're worried about is the bottom line. Engines in and engines out. You can cry all you want about it but it falls on deaf ears. If you want to live at a company all day and on the weekend, then not be shown any appreciation for your efforts by all means apply. Ive never been at a place where people – more... start and quit the same day.
Just know that most everyone there is unhappy. They stay because they're stuck in for so long they literally have nowhere else to go. It wont take you long before you feel the same way. Just avoid this company. Both managers and supervisors I had the opportunity to work with supressed my strengths and exploited my weeknesses to secure their position.
I could go on but it ruins my day and brings me down to talk about this place. – less