Air Canada Financial Services Representative Reviews

Updated Aug 9, 2018

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Air Canada President, CEO, and Director Calin Rovinescu
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    "If you have any ambition, avoid."

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    Former Employee - Financial Services Analyst in Montreal, QC
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    I worked at Air Canada full-time for more than a year


    If you show up and do the bare minimum, you will never get fired, great benefits, relaxed atmosphere, three weeks of vacation, flight benefits after six months


    To any one starting out their career with any sort of ambition - stay away. This is a corporate job where everyone complains about the pay but where people stay for the benefits and low work expectation. The average amount of time people have worked there is 16 years. That means nearly everyone you meet is a manager and there are tons of other people who have worked there a lot longer than you that will be going for higher positions. The pay is so low - with the same credentials you'll be making 10-20k higher elsewhere and that's worth a lot more than the monetary value of the benefits. Salary increase per year is a few percent and it may seem cool to be able to fly standy but keep in mind you have the lowest priority to get on the plane out of the 30k employees out there and you it's not like you have enough vacay to use this benefit enough to make it worth it. They are constantly cutting costs - some people bring their own office supplies and education reimbursement is extremely low compared to any other company. Lastly, the commute sucks for anyone not living in the West Island.

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