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The management is horrible and they don’t care about there employees and too much favoritisms

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Make sure you are positive you can do the job
It’s very physical. Ask a lot of questions

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Automactilly on standby. last Priority. It’s not a benefit it’s a opportunity to fly. You might get on a flight you might not

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The timeline varies depending on the location but normally it takes approximately 2 weeks from application to hire if you complete each stage successfully. The steps are: Submit an application online and meet the basic qualification. The recruiting team will contact you to set up a quick phone screen. The next step in the process is an in-person interview at the airport. If you are offered a position and accept, you will be asked to complete a pre-employment background check and drug screen. Up completion of the pre-employment stage, you will be sent electronic onboarding documents and come into the airport location for a final step and will be scheduled for an initial training class and New Arrival Orientation.

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Yes there is free parking but the employe bus is always packed. You have to show up at least an hour to 30 minutes before your shift just to clock in on time

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Yes, you need a valid drivers license for the ramp agent position.

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They both equally suck, but if you hate OT, then stick to morning shift.

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Idk maybe a day or two

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McGee provides unlimited space-available travel on Alaska Airlines to active team members. This privilege allows you to travel to any destination that Alaska Airlines serves and is successfully used by hundreds of team members on a regular basis.

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None because they take it out of your sick time too so you're screwed but supervisors can miss days and get on the computer and change their hours around that's not fair

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