Alaska Airlines Careers and Employment
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- CEOBen Minicucci
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1B to $5B (USD)
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
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Employees at Alaska Airlines have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.
Paid time off
Alaska was an amazing company but has since forgotten it’s roots, people and the core values that made it an award wining airline. Overall wonderful job and co-workers! However, New management has become part of the “WOKE” culture.
Flight Attendant in Seattle, WA
on October 9, 2021
Great environment, great pay, amazing benefits. Hard job, takes lots of training and you have to be fully invested in the job. Not a job for someone to slack off in at all. only downside is everything is based on seniority. Doesn’t matter if you have amazing stats there, you could potentially get laid off simply because you’re a new hire and worker there less than a year. Also have 3 strike rule on being late or calling out.
Reservation Agent in Meridian, ID
on October 12, 2021
Alaska Airlines give you the resources to move around to different jobs within the company, some without even interviewing. And Alaska Airlines really does have a great work culture, management is very transparent, frequent company town halls. Customer Care is a very repetitive job, be prepared to answer the same questions several times a day. Alaska needs to invest more time and resources into updating software. The most frustrating part of this job is that systems often crash, bugs are never fixed, and we are left without the tools to properly do our jobs.
Customer Care Representative in SeaTac, WA
on October 8, 2021
I enjoy working in my location the guys make it fun and rewarding. Everyone down there really cares and help out alot. I've been in several locations and this one by far is the best one just because of the people.
Line Maintenance Technician in San Diego, CA
on September 30, 2021
Full benefits whether you are full or part time and flexible hours by trading off/picking up shifts for coworkers are the main reason I stay. There's more to life than work and the company allows shifts trades as long as they are within compliance with the Union. Management can do a bit better when it comes to station policies but otherwise, I get along with everyone. Only stress is when there are entitled passengers giving attitude. As long as you do your work, get flights out safely and on time departures - easy money.
Departure Coordinator in San Francisco, CA
on September 23, 2021
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- articleWhat’s it like working at Alaska Airlines?Published on May 24, 2021
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