Airport Operations From the ticket counter to the gate, JFK-based Airport Operations crewmember Jose loves the bustling atmosphere of Terminal Five and making our customers smile every day. Professional Licenses and Exams. Your input is valuable to us — would you mind trying again? The company has great ideals but the airports level is something entirely different. There is good and bad in most jobs. A Day in the Life: Most of the calls that come in are customers looking to book flights, but she also gets a lot of questions.
EEO is the law.. JetBlue Airways Corp. is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability status, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status or any other characteristic.
Due to the possibility of technical difficulties, you must live within 60 miles of either city to be eligible to work from home. Working from home is not mandatory, but the majority of reservation crew members do. The requirements to work from home vs. If you want to work on-site, say so in the interview.
Note that being bilingual is a plus in the Orlando office. According to the company's website, the reservation crew member is the only position offered that allows you to work from home.
Michelle Dwyer is a U. Army veteran writing fiction and nonfiction since Hire managers that have actually managed people and that are eager to help and actually know the systems they are judging you on. They cant handle the calls, but exspect you too in a timely manner.
Management needs to Practice using the company values on their employees. It just might translate to the customers. Flight benefits, working from home , great company. Very stressful during irregular operations Of course working for JetBlue, you get to work from home and one of your benefits are free flights.
Pay is beyond mediocre. That being said, you do have to pay for your own internet. Good luck using your flight benefits with all the code reds. No exceptions from management regarding sick time.
Get more competitive with the minimum wage you are paying. Come up with a reimbursement plan for internet! And treat your Crewmembers like you do your customers giving them the benefit of the doubt and a little leeway. Work from home; which can save you on transportation costs. They can and will call you in for overtime at anytime day or night, regardless if you have just finished a shift or not and yes they will call you in on your days off too.
Take better care of your employees; they are not machines, they are just as human as your clients. Specific quotes from upper management.
Do you really want to know why you will never have another JD power and Associates award. Because you treat your lowest employees like pieces on a chest set. Fat culture is not sustainable. Great flight benefits Awesome coworkers Work from home flexibility. Can have poor flexibility if you can't trade a shift. It was a fantastic learning experience I definitely would recommend the job to whom seem interested. I would go back if given the chance. I was honored to work for such a great company.
They gave me an opportunity of a lifetime!! I am currently a former employee - fully retired from the company as of a few months ago.
I worked there for nearly 12 years at the hub JFK. If your ready, willing, and fully able to put in a good days work, the company will love you back ten times more! Leadership are respectful, considerable, responsible, and caring! What YOU put forth into the company, will be exactly what you will be given, so expect the very best. Never had any doubts in regards to leadership, and my fellow crewmembers - each were incredibly kind and respectful.
I adored my role as Ground Operations, and I am still melancholy for all my fabulous years with Jetblue. Just be aware, crewmembers make it a great company, and leadership supports that in each interaction. Great company they need a better management structure. One of the best benefit packages you will find in the industry. Great co workers Management needs improvement they are getting away from the culture that made them such a desirable employer high turnover rate and high school like atmosphere so if you don't fit in to what management wants you won't last.
It's a fast pace environment nice people to work with and the job is fun. The hardest thing for me was learning how to use the pushback that helps push the plain out to the runway. Great place to work. I love my job at JetBlue, but it requires me to be on my feet a lot and away from home every week. I'd like something closer to home and not quite as physical. Used to be a great company. When I started with JetBlue it was back in only seven years after starting operations.
The company had a great vibe to it and was a really awesome place to work. You could literally feel your impact on the overall operation from day to day. The culture was one that was so unique that you wouldn't even consider leaving. It was one of the best jobs I ever had. But alas, with all good things it, the times have changed and so has the airline. The airline is still unique and offers a great quality of service for its customers, but the company culture changed.
It is more corporate and the once vibing company culture is now just another place to work. The worked hard to get rid of the old school blood in the company to set new precedent and to create a company of efficiency and shareholder dividends over a company of people are the assets. Your going to be paid so low you'll need to work crazy amount of hours to make it and they keep you hooked with the promise of travel with free flight benefits.
Except you'll never have time to use them as you need money or if you have time you'll have no money. It might be a fun job as a part time gig for flight benefits, but don't count on it as your bread and butter unless your a flight attendant or pilot.
You work your minimum hours per week and can work more if you want on days that other people don't want to. You can give your shifts away when needed also. Jetblue the brand is a great company, Management on the other hand is very cut throat. I will recommend anyone to apply at jetBlue Airways.
JetBlue offers flights to 90+ destinations with free inflight entertainment, free brand-name snacks and drinks, lots of legroom and award-winning service. This island paradise is home to insta-worthy beaches, heart-racing rainforest adventures and the ultimate . Learn about your right to work. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination JetBlue Airways Corp. will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Seeking part-time, work-from-home reservations crew (bilingual). Requires HS diploma or GED, fluency in English & Spanish, two years' customer service experience, ability to type 25 wpm, good computer skills, and proficiency in MS Office.
JetBlue Airways is hiring work at home reservations agents in Utah. You must be able to train in Salt Lake City, after which you will be allowed to work from your own home office. As a reservations crew member, you must have excellent problem solving and customer . Former Employee - Reservations Crew Member in Salt Lake City, UT. Doesn't Recommend. Neutral Outlook. Approves of CEO. I worked at JetBlue full-time (Less than a year) Pros. Of course working for JetBlue, you get to work from home and one of your benefits are free flights. You’re able to trade your shifts and kind of make your own schedule. Interview candidates say the interview experience difficulty for Reservations Crew Member at JetBlue is easy. Some recently asked JetBlue Reservations Crew Member interview questions were, "Why do I want to work for JetBlue " and "What makes you a good candidate?
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