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WestJet, Air Canada, Canadian North
J'ai travaillé chez Flair Airlines à temps plein (Plus d'un an)
Travel privilege, start up airline and people
Lack of resources, communication transparency and below average market salary with no bonus for extra effort
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 4 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Flair Airlines (Hamilton, ON) en juin 2016.
It started with a telephone interview. I called back the HR representative via their Crew scheduling department. I knew then that they are relatively small airline which I prefer to work for. I waited 4 weeks to get a call back after the posting deadline. Flair airlines has partnered with Newleaf to offer domestic/US flights. Basic telephone interview questions which lasted 5-10 mins, very friendly conversation.
The next day I received a call for a face to face interview in two days time. They were rushing to add additional fa's to their Hamilton base. I found the in person interview as less difficult than the telephone interview which was more of a challenge. I showed up 10 mins early, asked the front desk for direction to the Flair's interview room and I was told to take a seat and a lady will come get me. Five minutes later, an interviewer dressed casually( I was expecting either uniform or business attire based on my previous experiences). The interview was done in the other side of the lobby not a private room. Again basic interview questions for a total of 10-15 mins for which majority of the time she was talking to me about my home renovation project lol.
She then told me I made it to the second interview and I was sent to a room on the second floor with a copy of my resume she scribbled her notes on. All this time and I did not know her name as she never introduced herself or shook my hands but I enjoyed talking to her. On the second interview, it was one lady this time in uniform. I handed her my resume and she explained the interview process and told me a little bit about Flair. She asked me a couple basic questions and a behavioral based question about What I would do if another fa wants to completely change the galley/trolley set up if i were the galley flight attendant. I have years of experience as an FA but decided to leave my previous employer and the interviewer commented she was not going to ask me a list of interview questions because I wasn't working anymore. I got a glimpse of the sheet she was holding which appeared to be "Do you...are you" type of questions and based on the spacing between the maybe 10 questions they could be a yes or no questions. It was a little strange since most interview questions especially behavioural based interview are based on previous work experience and not necessarily in your current work.
Nevertheless it was a cordial interview process. She asked me if I had any questions and as previous cabin crew, I asked clarifying questions with their scheduling and bidding requirements if any. I was then told that I will hear back from HR in two weeks time. I shook hands with her and the FA manager who entered the room almost at the end of the interview. It has been almost 4 weeks and I have not heard from anyone so I assume maybe some logistics issue between Flair and Newleaf or that lady in that second interview didn't like me. I know they are a smaller airline but a courtesy email will be appreciated. I will leave my interview experience as positive because I was not stressed out after the interview process but no offer at this point in time..
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