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30+ days ago

Fleet Service Agent

US Airways San Francisco, CA

- This position loads and unloads baggage and cargo, marshals aircraft to and from gates, and services aircraft - Move baggage and cargo of various… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager - Customer Service - SFO

US Airways San Francisco, CA

for Customer Service Managers: Provide Quality Service and Achieve Superior Customer Satisfaction - Resolve customer service and operational… JobMonkey


30+ days ago

Station Manager

US Airways Oakland, CA

Oakland, CA POSITION TITLE: Manager - Station Small This position has the responsibility for overseeing the day-to-day airport operations of a field… JobMonkey


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    Former Employee - Station Manager  in  San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Station Manager in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I worked at US Airways

    Pros

    Can't beat the flight benefits! There's a lot of great co-workers, and a kind and considerate personal culture. The health plans are well administered, 401K gets an automatic 3% company contribution. As airlines go, the merged airline that America West created has been a stable employer, with less turmoil through cycles of layoff's and hiring.

    Cons

    There's a lack of a comprehensive vision for employee relations, and no 360-degree feedback, i.e. little or no input is requested or considered from the field. it's seems that the company just chugs along without really considering middle management and their input. Company policies and internal procedures can be reactive rather than methodical.

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    While the financial leadership is appreciated and probably most important, there is no leadership regarding the kind of employer LCC seeks to be. What is that vision?

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