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avoid working here
Cross-Trained Agent/ CTO (Former Employee) –  Cape Girardeau, MOMay 27, 2015
This job is perfect if you are a high school drop out or mentally inept, but for everyone else its a joke. The company only cares about the company. Micro-managed and no chance of advancing. Stay away!
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none
Cons
pay is a joke, Mandatory meetings on your day off.
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All the people you work with are cool
mechanic (Former Employee) –  St. Louis, MOAugust 15, 2019
The mechanics are fun to work with, management are nice helpful and easy to get along with. The pay is terrible benefits are bad the hours suck weekends nights.
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Where everybody knows your name...
Leadership Position (Current Employee) –  Hyannis, MAJuly 30, 2019
There are many reasons for the positive review but I'd have to say the most meaningful to me is that the goal is to not just be a safe, profitable & successful regional airline, but there is also a genuine desire and focus on a ensuring a collaborative, and enjoyable place to work. 800+ employees but still a strong connectivity throughout the organization.
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