Deicer (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 13, 2018
I only work for the company for a short time but it has been a blessing to be employed by them and learning the position and interacting with my fellow co workers. times are changing and I hope to be a part of them
The training at Menzies was non existent with a "trainer" that I swear could barely speak,played favorites and was a total jerk.I was one of two women working on the ramp. The whole three months that I could stand working there felt like crying everyday. I worked on the ramp for a major airline for 10 years and it was great . Not so with this place. It was a cruel joke. I was so happy the day I quit that I laughed with glee the whole way home. I was never so happy to be out of a job. The so called "guys" that I worked with were foul mouthed, stupid, and disgusting. I sat in operations as the only woman there one day as my co workers talked of very inappropriate things concerning women. I was horrified and embarrassed.I was so offended. I wish I had reported them. Do yourself a favor and never, ever, work here.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – November 18, 2018
Menzies Aviation in America is a horrible place to work unless you're over in England or Scotland or Menzies is big and known for its service then it's a good company but not here in the US most locations have been kicked out of the airport and this job is unavailable
Should get payoway more for basically risking your life
Fueler (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 18, 2018
They pay you 13.50 just to put you in old trucks,old equipment,pressure from the management (people that never did the work). Should be payed 16-20hr for the work you do.They act as if they dont want to keep any employees
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – October 31, 2018
Management is alright. They actually treat you like a person when you run into them at work. But they are struggling to keep workers there. Too many turn overs. Everyone's leaving for better pay or better opportunities elsewhere since they can't get it there. I think if the pay and benefits were better. People would enjoy working there more. The hardest part is working flexible hours due to the turn overs. But a lot of O/T (over time) if you are a work a holic. NO differential pay for working graveyard shifts but my overall experience there was not one that I would recommend to friends or family.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – October 31, 2018
Being able to work and see behind the scenes at LAX was a dream come true. Work and hours were plenty everyone working together. It was just strange to see their operations different from UPS in Ontario Airport where I was employed at. They know what there doing and Overtime was plentiful every week.
Ramp Agent/Baggage Handler (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – October 30, 2018
Ramp agents, also known as baggage handlers or fleet service agents, handle cargo and baggage in airports. They also service and marshal aircraft, set up and operate cargo handling equipment, and observe relevant occupational safety regulations.
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – October 25, 2018
Overall its a good place to work at just need a lot of adjustments, especially management. I like the different accounts they have always room to make up your hours. Co-workers are friendly in some accounts while others are very rude in others. But if you are the type of person who just comes to work to work this will be a good job for you.
Uniforms are nice, different accounts to work from, meting new people
Work Environment, short hours on some accounts, management is very poor, scheduling is horrible, pay
First day of training, the lady was screaming at a trainee for parking in a parking spot. They do not train you at all. They have you do a computer test no explanation at all. Didn't tell you there were 5 sections to this thing and that if not passed you can take it over. If you have never worked in an airport before, how would you know the correct answers? AND THATS WHY THEY KEEP JOB OPENINGS THERE BECAUSE PEOPLE DONT WANT TO WORK FOR THEM!!!
Corporate Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 17, 2018
The company is disorganized and disconnected. There is a fair amount of drama, gossip, and backbiting. Management is not honest or ethical and does not appreciate or value their employees. The benefits are decent.
Fueler (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 17, 2018
Bate you in with lies. they don't care about you .the trucks are in poor condition and always break down. the managers play favorites .they will mandate you everyday. they will set you up to get fired the company overall is poor. they do not care about their people and you will go home smelling like gas diesel & Jet a fuel... trust me you do not want to work here.. and Menzies did not give you a raise the airport did if it were up to them they will keep you at $10 an hour for doing a whole lot of work..
Cabin Cleaner (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 13, 2018
Not so good management and only been here for a couple days and see that the management is all over the place they show favoritism and lay there employees tell them what to do need a little more training on there management
Ramp Agent (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – October 3, 2018
A typical work day at Menzies varied. Everyday was a different day. Most days I found to be chilled and relaxed. Someone else may think different. It is a very easy job but the work flow stays steady. management there I found fun. You have your different types of Managers but they all follow the rules and makes sure we are all safe as it can be very dangerous out there near the aircrafts. Everyone there are friendly.