sometimes you discover you really like a job after the fact
Cargo specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 17, 2019
delta took over freight from Air-serve who had a contract now they assist passengers and clean cabins on the planes, we were laid off during the great recession. The freight built was mostly high dollar value items shipped internationally, some times loved ones who had passed and were being returned home, pets exhibits etc Dubai, Japan ...
ABM was very unorganized and they treated their employees very poorly. They barely give hours but when their is a problem with the flight service they have mandatory overtime which is unfair to the employees.
Barely work hours, Does not look at after employees, Unorganized
This is a good company, but there are many different cultures, it is difficult to understand at times. I enjoyed my time working there. The teamwork could improve. I would still be working there but i had to relocate for family reasons.
Terrible management, didn't care about employees, sometimes didn't get scheduled breaks till END of shift. THEN begged you to stay for overtime. Which was the only good thing was you could rack up all the overtime you could get. But the pay was 9 dollars, which wasn't enough for nothing especially putting up with the upper management and their contradictory statements. Only other good thing about the job was if you finished cleaning ur section of the plane you could help someone else or go sit down and rest. Also the Co workers were really nice and I would find really cool foreign coins. But overall when someone new walks through the door. I tell them to get out as fast as they can because the job and the management ALSO the pay is garbage unless you worker over 50 hours.
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 5, 2018
this job should only be and I mean only be a temporary job. the hours are decent, the pay is horrible, the management is horrible and the work environment is stressful. be prepared to work like a dog. you will be given 0 respect from your co-workers to the passengers.
Ramp Manager Assistant (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – November 24, 2018
I worked at AirServ in Dulles, VA. Within six months of working there they made me Lead Ramp Ambassador. I've gained management experience by maintaining employee files, delegating ramp locations for employees to work, conducting team meetings, and submitting payroll hours.
Trouble commuting to work, not enough pay for the cost of living
Cargo Agent (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 11, 2018
Most days as a Cargo Agent Spent sorting mail and freight and getting said items to and from aircraft. Working here you do learn how to manage you time wisely and co workers are willing to assist. This job can be a good starting job but for the amount of work that goes into this job you get bad starting pay. The co workers are really friendly but when a problem does arrive that cannot be solved by simply talking to the co worker the management team isn't effective at solving the problem or just doesn't care.