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If you have an interest in aviation, let the hiring manager know.

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Keep walking the floor and speaking to everyone. Great to see you part of the work place!

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You get three days sick leave use or lose annually for hourly employees. 5 days vacation after one year and 10 days after two. also if you’re hired within the beginning of the year the company does a mandatory week shut down for July and if you don’t have vacation you miss a week of pay.

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It depends. If you work in production, you'll either be working a 4-10 schedule (Mon-Thurs; 0600-1630) or you'll be working 5-8's with overtime based on deadlines (Mon-Fri; 0600-1430).

Salary does not grant over time pay.

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It depends on your supervisor. My supervisor was terrible

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Unnecessary stress caused by poor management. Managers who don't understand all aspects of the departments they are overseeing keep making bad decisions or neglect to take action when it is necessary. The resulting stress to the people working in those departments can be devastating over time. There needs to be a culture change in management but those who have been in upper management for a long time are very resistant to change. They keep on talking the talk but rarely take action on it.

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Great. because i have an amazing instructor and co pilot that makes the work easy.

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It's ok. You get 5 days but should really save them for the 1 week Mandatory Plant Shut Down in July so you get a check that week.

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It's stupid.

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Once you have your PPL license and radio license you are ready to work

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