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Productive work environment with great people
LOAD PLANNER (Current Employee), Denver, COJuly 15, 2014
Pros: flights, discounts
Cons: have to drive to the airport daily
I work 40 hours per week. It is very easy to earn overtime if i ever need it. My co workers and managers make it feel like a family atmosphere.
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USED TO BE A GREAT PLACE TO WORK
CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT/ RAMP SERVICE COORDINATOR (Former Employee), DFW Airport, TXJuly 2, 2014
Pros: flight benefits, healthcare
Cons: contracted out job and now benefits are not offered
FLIGHT BENEFITS WERE NICE BUT THEY NO LONGER OFFER THEM TO CONTRACT WORKERS
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dont work here
Ramp Agent/Customer Service Agent (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJune 26, 2014
Pros: free flights
Cons: doesnt care about employees
Greats perks to fly free but company cares less about there employees.
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Operate on as little of help as possible. No possible advancement past the overnight shift.
Aircraft Appearance (Current Employee), Denver, COJune 23, 2014
Pros: wages. share common ground with coworkers.
Cons: uneducated supervisors, operate on the shortest amount of help and continue to add more aircraft and duties, no advancement past the overnight shift
Operate on as little help as possible therefore quality is not there. No possible advancement past the overnight shift. Supervisors are not required to have any kind of education.
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Family friendly environment - great benefits
Workers Compensation Claims Specialist (Current Employee), Denver, COJune 17, 2014
Great friendly place to work. Everyone is highly qualified and willing to help.
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Enjoyed the people and places I worked at.
CUSTOMER SERVICE/ RAMP AGENT (Former Employee), Green Bay, WIJune 13, 2014
Pros: flight benefits, training, interaction with public
Cons: company moved from location did not offer position in another location
The team was fun and serious at the same time. I looked forward to going to work irregardless of the title I would wear for the shift.
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it's ok
Ramp agent (Former Employee), Denver, COJune 12, 2014
Pros: free flights
Cons: long hrs
Good job to have if u like to travel. The people are pretty cool to work with. not much room for advancement
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Bad company worse management
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee), Denver, COMay 22, 2014
Pros: free travel if you can get on which is rare
Cons: terrible management
A great company in the past but it now lives up to it's ultra low cost carrier title. No loyalty to employees they will throw you under the bus in a heart beat. If they can save a buck they will think nothing of screwing the employee group. They laid off all the out station employees and out sourced the agents who now have no benefits and usually work – more... for about $9 hr. Could be why the customers are treated so badly when they check in. Many of these people had 12 years plus of loyal service. It's all about add on fees. Terrible company to work for or to fly on if you are traveling. – less
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The WORST company ever!
Flight attendant (Former Employee), DenverMay 21, 2014
Pros: flight attendant experience
Cons: compensation, schedule, management, the airline itself
I learned that frontier lies to you to suck you in to the job. I absolutely love being a flight attendant but this company made me hate my job.
On reserve you have no type of schedule, which means you have no life. You're on call 24/7 the days you're on. You get so many 2 hour call outs; meaning you have 2 hours to report to the airport. Crew scheduling – more... doesn't know what they are doing most of the time and if you don't watch how they schedule you, you can end up in trouble.
Management is a joke. If you have issues they do not resolve them. Management loves gossip, rumors and being mixed up in drama.
There are people in management positions having relations with a wide variety of different co-workers and they tell others about the experiences.
This company has a total lack of professionalism and no ethics to speak of!
The hardest part of my job was apologizing for what an awful airline frontier is.
Like I said, I like being a flight attendant and helping people just not for this horrid airline.
I would not be surprised if frontier ends up going bankrupt for good. – less
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The People are great the but the job is not so great
GS Sales Agent (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WIMay 20, 2014
Pros: great people
Cons: pay is subpar, hours are terrible, policies change too frequently
Working for Airlines as a GS Agent is one of serious stress and constant changing environment. Since I have been there policies have changed multiple times and sometimes without enough notice. A lot of the policies seem not to be clear. Staff is friendly and they do their best to help make the job more tolerable, but ultimately a lot of the job requires – more... you doing so much for so little. Job/pay feels uneven to me especially given what we have to encounter on a daily basis. From trying to troubleshoot website issues, to dealing with irate customers who have been holding on the phone too long due to excessive call volume, it is a job that will make you feel as if you are practically powerless. And there is no serious exposure to the customer except through phone which to me makes it hard to build a good rapport with them. – less
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Productive/Repetative work days
Ramp Service Agent (Current Employee), Denver, COApril 29, 2014
A typical work day consist of unloading and loading aircraft.
I learned how an airline operation in ran domestically.
Management could have been better
Co-workers all put 100% into the work
There was no hard part of the job
Most enjoyable was making my own schedule
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Place to grow in experience.
Library (Former Employee), Denver, COApril 28, 2014
This company was a good place to gain airline experience. Offers flying benefits therefore traveling can be enjoyed.
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Overall okay
Contract/Financial (Former Employee), Denver, COApril 25, 2014
Great people to work with. Management was decent.Overall ok
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management
Reservations Agent (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIApril 24, 2014
Pros: move up to higher postion
Cons: manangment
Great job to start off at to get your foot in the door alot of stress
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Fun to work for
Customer Service Agent / Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMarch 31, 2014
Pros: fast paced, great management.
Cons: very low pay, very few hours avail and not much room for advancement unless relocation to denver.
Was a great physical job. Kept me in shape and really enjoyed being cross utilized. learned all aspects of the airline industry.
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Great work environment
Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee), Seattle, WAFebruary 25, 2014
Pros: the great family atmosphere
Cons: some days could be long depending on the weather or other circumstances.
Working for Frontier Airlines was great, no two days were alike. You would always deal with something new which kept you on your toes. The management was great and was always on top of new policies and procedures that needed to be implimented. My co-workers were awesome, it was very much so like a family environment. Teamwork was the key to a successful – more... operation. The hardest part of the job as a Customer Service Supervisor were the days when the fligths were delayed or canceled. We are in the business to serve the customer but sometimes no matter what you've tried the outcome was not what the customer wanted to hear; however I found that if you are honest witht the customer and you try everything possible to help them no matter the outcome they will leave feeling like you did your job. The most enjoyable part of the job was the flight benefits, I traveled the world costing me almost nothing. – less
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Great people and not your average work
Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOFebruary 20, 2014
A fun place to work where you never know how the day is gonna be cause you deal with weather but getting to see lots of people its a very fun place to be
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A great job with outstanding benefits.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee), Denver, COFebruary 18, 2014
Pros: free flight benefits
Cons: the pay was the only con, but made the best of it.
When you step onboard as a flight attendant you have no idea what you may face and the opportunity to make the best of the challenges. It is always fun to work with others. I learned I am excellent in most situations to handle them with what I learned in training and real life situations. The hardest part of the job was just the pay. The most enjoyable – more... was seeing different places and meeting all types of people. – less
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productive
CSA Agent (Former Employee), Queens, NYFebruary 15, 2014
This was a fast moving company, heavy ineraction with customers. I had to muti task everyday. Showing up and reporting to work on time was a must. I enjoyed this job,
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very fast pace
Repair/Warranty Administrator (Current Employee), Denver ColoradoFebruary 13, 2014
1. Typical day is makeing sure all my aircraft are have inventory that is need for our maintance.
2. I have learned that there are lots of regulation that need to be followed in the airline industry
3. I work very close with Managment I'm there main contact when parts are needed I work very well with our managment.
4. I work very close with Co-workers – more... I'm there main contact when parts are needed or problem resolving.
5. Hardest part is AOG aircraft on ground.
6. I enjoy that fact that I'm contacted by several department to help out with any problems that may accure. – less

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