Dallas Fort/Worth International airport in a nut shell!
Sr. Field Services Technician (Current Employee), Dallas/Fort Worth Texas – August 26, 2013
Pros: job stability
Cons: job appriciation low/recognition low
A day at DFW is busy, maintaining information systems with accurate data being distributed through various computer systems. I've learned that every job is not on the cutting edge of technology. Management here is basically letting the employees manage themselves. Co-workers typically are pretty friendly. Hardest part of the job for me, coming from – more... a technically more complicated job and getting the chance to slow down and enjoy the job a bit more. – less
Really great people with lots of new challenges and opportunities every year!
AVP Sustainable Programs & Systems Performance (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – August 14, 2013
There are many wonderful people at DFW Airport. Most stay a long time such that it is not uncommon to meet fellow employees who have been at DFW for 20 years or longer. Their commitment and expertise have made DFW one of the best Airports in the world.
With the growth of the region, new technologies, Airline changes, changes to regulations, and upgrading – more... major infrastructure, there is a lot that drives an engaging work environment. – less
Great place for work life balance, but not the best place for advancement
Director Human Resources (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – May 8, 2012
Pros: work life balance
Cons: traditional leadership management style.
If you are someone that lives for a meaningful challenege and recognized for your creativity, DFW Airport would not be the place for you. DFW Airport enjoys setting numerous goals/initiatives for the year and delivering them only at the 70 to 75% completion stage. The following year you will be asked to deliver the another 10 to 15% to completion of – more... what was not completed in the previous year, on top of another set of goals/initiative. – less