Bag Runner (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 14, 2018
Its a fast passed working environment, you learn many different things the main one is customer service. How to help customers to get to were they need to go and you learn how to multitask in your work area.You also learn patience. Meaning, how to handle a much more busier day, customers under stress, or security lock downs.
we would receive gift certificates on a job well done
Crew Lead (Former Employee) – Lax airport – September 3, 2018
The job was a stressful environment. We would have to rush on every plane we were on and as a lead you would get pressured to finish faster then the average time needed or you would get written up. Most of the time our planes would be switched and we would have to work on another plane if somebody else didn’t get to it. The managers didn’t treat us well and yelled at us all the time.
PASSENGER ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 23, 2018
Fast pace and must be deligant. Must be a people person. Physically capable of carrying heavy luggage and pushing wheelchairs. Tips are optional and you should mot.hint or expect anything. Flights are at times delayed or cancelled you will.need to adjust your work schedule as needed.
At this company some managers can be JUST like their employees love the drama, gossip, and overall love the fights. Break rooms are filthy disgusting they’re probably even hazardous some are infested with roaches. The only good thing about this job was the pay according to how laid back it could be every other time and they do offer a lot of overtime since it’s definitely needed.
Being a cabin cleaner was something different to me. When I first started my team lead was an issue and I had to switch teams. Other than that I enjoyed what I did other than walking up and down them stairs.
Wheelchair Agent (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 15, 2018
Working at the LAX as a wheelchair agent was a great experience. I gained customer service experience also learned how to work fast. It is always busy at the airport just have to be ready. I also had to learn a lot about the airport because I had to answer a lot of questions that passengers asked
part time security (Former Employee) – DFW, TX – July 19, 2018
Part time job, work was easy, uniforms nice. Schedules called for "on call" but were not paid like "on call" work. Jobs scheduled for 2 hours could turn out to be 5 Jobs scheduled for 10am could change last minute to be 13pm The work was fine, but definitely felt disrespected by manager
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 11, 2018
a typical day at work would be showing up and getting ready for aircraft to arrive upon arrival of aircraft leading planes in to parking destination once plane is parked unload and load planes for arrivals and departures