Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Highfill, AR – March 2, 2018
The people I worked with were amazing and the pay and the raises were all good. On the other hand if you are 20 seconds late to clock in because you got stuck behind a wreck on a back road, you will be written up. Management was horrible when I worked there and HR did an investigation and eventually fired the general manager at the time. Since then they have gotten new management but have the same rules.
They tell you that that job has to be your number one priority even over school and family.
Play loud rap music. Play card & dominos Very loud. No one held to any accountability. People are poorly trained. It's all about making money. Only a handful make a lot of money. The rest of the people they try to Low ball. 1/2 the people work hard and really care. The other 1/2 don't care @ all, they know they can get job a McDonald's get the same pay. Only way to take this job is if you fly a lot or your destination is very expensive.
This job is cake. Great benefits like free flights and they also have medical and dental. Everyone here gets along just fine and the schedule works great for people with families. 4 day work weeks part timers work 7 hours per day and full time is 10 hours per day both with a 30 minute unpaid lunch break.
A&P Mechanic (Former Employee) – Bentonville, AR – February 20, 2018
The pay was awful for the industry. You have to obtain an A&P license and then they want to start you off at $16.50 an hour on graveyard shift. It is a slap in the face to experienced technicians. Good luck in the future with your low compensation.
Airport Station Agent (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL 33913 – February 1, 2018
most of the ppl were Spanish and they advanced Spanish ppl very few other ppl in RSW. they made you learn 5 different log ins for several carriers and operate those flights. if there was any weather issues or cancellations you were stuck at the counter and could not take breaks unless you had to use the restroom. Uniforms were delayed for months, poor pay, when I had health insurance they screwed up my deductions.
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee) – Miami, FL 33126 – January 30, 2018
Hectic dealing with passengers, management was usually alright but had the potential to not wanna deal with problems, lots of problems but those were more because of flights, and hours could be given and taken as long as the system they used approved them.
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – January 28, 2018
A typical day is very busy with travelers trying to make it to their various destinations. I've learned better public relations skills and teamwork. I have a great manager who's willing to create a suitable workplace culture.
Aircraft Mechanic (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 24, 2018
Chicago location is the best to start, management and work load is the right one for what you are getting paid, Dallas locations management is really bad, I do not recommend this base at all, high seniority people will make you job miserable that you would want to quit right there. Management will not help and will not get involve to solve any issues.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Kenner, LA – January 8, 2018
This place is a joke! They hired me for part-time but expected me to work full-time. I asked upon starting what my hours was so I can schedule my actusl full-time gig around that. They gave me a schedule but once I actually started working they told me the schedule didnt mean anything. I was told no if, and or buts about ot no one leaves till last flight, which had me leaving like 4oclock. 4 hours past my actual schedule time, I have to be up at 8 for my full-time gig! The next day I told manager I couldn't stay pass my scheduled time, and was told I had no choice. I LEFT MY BADGE AND VEST WITH THEM THAT NIGHT! They need to fire everyone thats managing this company and start over. Being Ex Military and having worked with some of the biggest companies in the world I couldn't believe how thing are being ran. I only went for the flight benefit and its not worth it if you ask me. BETTER management would go a LONG way!
First Officer (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 5, 2018
Displaced to NY after awarded DFW Captain. Reserve pilot rules are some of the Worst! Required to learn and use a DOS based (non-window) computer based system with NO training on how to use. MAJOR lack of consistency in training and lack of standards out on the line.
Station Agent (Former Employee) – Moline, IL – December 2, 2017
to be literally feet and hands on with a multi million dollar aircraft is amazing! loved my former coworkers and the overall experience working with Envoy Air. def underpaid for what we do and how dangerous it can be, but the environment makes up for it! if you're not willing to work in ALL ELEMENTS don't waste their time and move along. if you get the time off then yes you can fly anywhere for free if you want. this job lets you see the world! but work is necessary and hours can be crazy, so joggling more than one job isn't ideal.
flight benefits, overtime or more hours, healthcare
Fleet Service Clerk (Current Employee) – Grapevine, TX – November 20, 2017
Envoy air, American Airlines provides a very and healthy work environment and very flexible schedule but doesn't provide a fair pay. Lots of mandatory overtime without notice. Long commute time and had to weather storms. Many times you either slept in the break room or locker rooms, in order to make sure you and your coworkers were safe when pushing out flights. Lost weight and stayed fit. Had fun times with coworker and crew chiefs. Got to watch movies and play video games in the down time. Also met a lot of political people and actors.
Fast pace, very busy, noisy, Learn time management, work as a team, and how to deal with customers. Management is very helpful and hands on, The hardest part is having to work in all the different elements being outside majority of the time. best part is the flight benefits.