Mission: Our strategic intent is to leverage easyJet’s cost advantage, leading market positions and brand to deliver point-to-point low fares with operational efficiency and friendly service for our customers.
I have been working at easyJet full-time (More than a year)
easyJet allows their employees to reach their full potential. A lot of workshops for both cabin crew and cabin managers. Very structured work force and such a driven bunch of people. Many people show passion which runs through the company. Leave is great and staff travel is brilliant. A lot of benefits and plenty of time off. Great pay but a lot of work. Mostly great people who can become good friends. Although big bases are harder to make friends, you do find friends.
easyJet have high standards which can rub people up the wrong way. Sickness policy is very strict. You do not get paid of home standby, turnarounds or delays. (Although you can request a disruption payment if delayed for over 2 hours). Some crew are malicious and some cabin managers tend to bully younger and newer crew members. Gossip is common and reputations are not unknown. Long days and summers are brutal. Winter is better but standbys are more common so pay is a lot less.
Advice to Management
Listen to crew opinions. Especially about sickness and other crew. Keep up the good work with everything else!
I applied online. I interviewed at easyJet (Stevenage, England (UK)) in July-2017.
First stage video interview. You watch a video made by current employees, another one about how best to set up your own video and then start recording. You get 60 seconds to think about the answer after the question is asked, and 90 seconds to answer. I had three questions in total.
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