I have to say that it is not a bad job unless your company is big enough to give u more hours and more work. Unfortunately I found myself in a new company with no full time or over time and am still stuck in part time. This would be fine if I was not in need of more income. Over all its still really good just not my company GSI in particular.
This company is not a really busy airline they don't work with your schedule or days off here matter here every month is a different schedule different days off all the time alot of people leave this company because this company doesn't give people alot of hours is good for someone new who start working at the airport as there first job.
I enjoyed working with most of the people I worked with, but the company made no effort to accommodate employees. I did not hate working there, but did not feel appreciated there. Overworked and understaffed. There were almost no employee rights except for the state mandated Oregon sick time law.
A typical day working at LAX was fast. I was 7 months pregnant and cleaning planes so i had to keep up the pace with fellow employees. Going up and down the jet bridge to secure cleaning products and going through customs was a bit of a hassle but i didn’t complain. Great experience overall
Manager is petty and childish only looks out for himself lax82 manager doesn know basic sop. Hr doesnt help gm is a ghost. Supervisors and co workers are the only good thing about working g with this company. Payroll is a joke. Have to keep track of your hours because they will short you on your check. Moving up withing the company either someone gets fired or you have to suck up to manager.
Just like any Job, It requires effort and learn your role. Hours will fluctuate from time to time due to the Airline industry. But, once you learn your role it's rewarding!
ATS is a great place for employment. One Must have a positive mindset.
The airline industry is a 24 - 7 - 365 days open.
I enjoy working for ATS
Customer Service, Operate City Vehicle, walk 8 hours a day, Physical Labor includes lifting, bending, Shoveling, Pushing and Pulling. Work alone or with a group. Taking lead and giving directions. Work in Outdoor Environment includes inclement weather and extreme temperatures. Follow safety procedures far as safety helmet, safety vest, and safety gloves. Operating a company equipment, machinery, and vehicles safely on and off from company property.
Throw the whole company away they lost a contract one time they are gonna loose it again. Managers are trash they don’t know how to talk to people, never a lot of employees. Sometimes you’ll be the only one working a flight
In the beginning a causal day would be smooth but like any other job it gets harder when other people lives start effecting the work space such as people calling off or people just not showing up it would make it harder on the workers
Definitely Do Not Recommend ATS (Atlanta) .. Since Hiring Date They’ve Been Playing W/ People Pay Checks .. After A Whole Year They Still Can’t Get Right .. They Care Less About Their Employees Safety & Well Being, They Skim Through Trainings, Give Answers To Tests From Corporate Just To Make It Seem Like They’ve Taught The Trainees, If You’re New To Aviation This Is Not It, Because You’d Most Likely Get Hurt On The Ramp, Or Worse Die.. ..I Do Not Recommend
They like to change the rules or policies and expect you to abide by those changes, even if you were on your day off when the change was made. They commend you for thinking with your heart but put you down for going against a policy change that you were not aware of.