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Growing and Growing Fast
Quality Control Aviation Inspector and Auditor (Current Employee), U.S. Virgin IslandsMay 12, 2014
This employer is growing quickly and creates hardships on its employees that aren't ideal. It has been a great learning experience and I don't regret my employment with this airline.
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Enjoyable Workplace
Customer Service/Ramp Supervisor (Former Employee), St. Croix, Virgin IslandsMay 1, 2014
Pros: fly for free (stand-by)
Cons: working thru holidays and hurricane season
I worked Seaborne Airlines for 9 years and I enjoyed the time I spent there while it last. I learned how to work with all kind of diverse people, how to be a leader, and how to just push myself beyond circumstances. My management was good when I started but towards the end of my career it was not much individuals in case a problem arise I could go too, – more... I guess I would say the hardest part of the job was just knowing who I can trust. Truly the best part of my job was going the extra mile for the customers working along side my co workers and the beautiful environment I got to work in (the shoreline). – less
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Excellent
Customer Service Agent/ Ramp Agent (Former Employee), St Thomas, VIMarch 25, 2014
Excellent experience and great customer service relationships with customers
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Underpaid and overworked in a high cost of living environment
Aircraft Dispatcher (Former Employee), Christiansted, VINovember 29, 2013
Pros: great people to work with (not management)
Cons: underpaid, overworked, high cost of living, greedy overpaid management
Management is pretty much horrible from top to bottom in the Flight Ops department. Having to be paid at the bare minimum of industry standards, with Stone Age technologies and tools and expected to put out top of the industry kind of service. I won't recommend this company to anyone. Unless you're already set in life and looking for a retirement job.
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easy job, will learn a lot, just get used to having smoke blown up your
Flight Dispatcher (Former Employee), St Croix Virgin IslandsNovember 7, 2013
Cons: living expenses
Has great potential once they pull there foot out of there mouth and start doing what needs to be done to move forward
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fast paced
Front line supervisor (Former Employee), St. Croix, VIApril 4, 2013
challenging and fast paced regional airline. I handled the customer experience from making reservations to boarding flights.
I was responsible for staff scheduling,banking, and handling customers needs.
communication between station and operations,flight crew and ground crew.
the hardest part of the job were delayed flights
the best part was meeting – more... and interaction with people – less
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Amazing location
Aircraft Technician (Former Employee), St Croix, USVIDecember 13, 2012
I enjoyed working at Seaborne. Everyone there was so friendly and it was a completely stress free work environment.
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productive
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), VIOctober 25, 2012
Pros: we usually have a lot of pot lock amoung ourselves
Cons: had insurance coverage
i did enjoy my job and my co-workers but the hardest part was to make sure that all my groups are satisfied with the service that was given to them and at the end of the day we are all happy and they in return will keep coming back because of the service that was given to them.
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Unfair culture
Records Manager (Former Employee), Christiansted, Virgin IslandsMarch 13, 2012
Pros: quarterly stand by round trip, discounted fares with other airlines
Cons: refurbished or used equipment, software with no support, work overload, working employee shortage, unrealistic expectations for time frames given, racial undertones in company culture
Not local employee friendly. Hires part time to avoid health insurance, vacation, sick days and overtime, Upper management is very intrusive and interruptive of assigned work. Employees who are overloaded with work are put on salary to avoid paying overtime. Security cameras have been placed throughout premises to observe employees, Independent thinking – more... is discouraged and there is only one way to get the job done. – less

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