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Présentation de Southwest Airlines

Dallas, TX (États-Unis)
Plus de 10 000 employés
1967
Entreprise cotée en bourse (LUV)
Compagnies aériennes
Plus de 10 milliards $ (CAD) par an
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Avis des employés Southwest Airlines

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    • Culture et valeurs
    • Opportunités de carrière
    • Rémunération et avantages
    • Dirigeants
    Ancien employé - Customer Service Representative
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    J'ai travaillé chez Southwest Airlines à temps partiel (Plus de 5 ans)

    Avantages

    flexible, recognition and good benefits

    Inconvénients

    low pay and long hours

    Conseils à la direction

    increase pay

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Photos chez Southwest Airlines

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Entretiens chez Southwest Airlines

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    Contractor role, 1st round with hiring manager went really well. 2nd with 6 PM/POs, one of them joined when the interview is about to end. 2nd round is super weird, seems like some people don't want to do this or they were forced to interview me, and the interaction was poor, I don't know what they think about my answer, is not an open dialog. From the questions they asked, I feel like the team may have their own opinion on UX, and seems like one of the PM/PO is doing the UX work, and about 3-5 months without a UX person in the team, which is fine, some companies do things this way, but it may lead to some thinking about if I'm a PM/PO can handle/decide UX work, why we need a UXer here to make UX decisions, we just need an executer? And a lot of questions is how I handle hard things, honestly to me, most of the things are not hard, you tackle problems use HCD, break into chunks. It gives me the impression they may want someone that is not as confident and comfortable as me handling jobs, but a more obedient soldier.

    Questions d'entretien d'embauche

    • How do you handle conflicts?
      I handle conflicts all the time, but if an interviewer asks you, usually means the team always has conflicts and it didn't handle well(otherwise it won't have conflicts...)   1 réponse
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Prix et distinctions de Southwest Airlines

  • Best Places to Work, Glassdoor, 2016
  • 2016 Fortune World's Most Admired Companies, FORTUNE, 2016
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