Pros: 401k, end of year bonuses, medical, appreciation party, birthday cards from coo, years of service recognition
Cons: eye, dental, overworked management team, scheduling (inability to drop/pick up trips after monthly awards), no cancellation pay
I have been employed with Republic Airways for over 12+ GREAT years. RAH listens to its employees, but yearns for employees who are proactive and can offer solutions.
RAH has recently reintroducted several amenities such as a company party, service recognition, etc.
If you are looking to get rich with RAH, your odds are not likely. But if you want great – more... travel benefits look no further.
The management team has a great heart, but can appear detached from time to time. I strongly attribute it to extremely harsh work load.
Training is approximately 3 weeks and can get very intense. After the classroom training is complete each new hire FA will be assigned an Operating Experience. This is the new hires opportunity to fly with an Inflight Support Specialist and put the pieces of the puzzle toghether.
This job definitely allows for great flexibility. I generally work 92 hours a month with 17 days off. Needless to say this explains why the pay isn't that great. A normal person works 92 hours in less than 3 weeks. No matter what, FA's are gauranteed 75 hours of pay/month. – less