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  • "Benefits are good and beneficial for people who like to travel(in 355 reviews)
  • "Travel benefits are great as the AC network flies to many places around the world.(in 166 reviews)
  • "Flight benefits were great and the only perk(in 130 reviews)
  • "great people and industry and balance(in 110 reviews)
  • "Travels and colleagues are great.(in 52 reviews)
  • "1. Very Low pay at $17.99/hr and NO HR orientation after employment is offered.(in 151 reviews)
  • "Very messy infrastructure which has potential to improve but poor management can not handle that part(in 126 reviews)
  • "Low salary and office location(in 118 reviews)
  • "Long hours and away from family(in 75 reviews)
  • "very strict management managers don't let things pass even if you have a mistake irate customers stress everything based on seniority(in 31 reviews)

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Updated Oct 3, 2023

Reviews about "travel benefits"

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    1. 2.0
      Apr 16, 2023
      Customer Experience Manager
      Former Employee
      Toronto, ON
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Medical and Travel Benefits are great


      The shift schedule is horrible. No work and life balance

      1. 1.0
        Jun 29, 2016
        Station Attendant
        Current Employee
        Toronto, ON
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        just the travel benefit is good but that is if you can get on the plane


        Treat like dirt, work in dirty environment, breath in toxic air from tactors, lifting heavy bags in tight spaces, fight for equipments every day Plane tickets are always over sold, and you have to get on off season to travel. Low pay job so you can't make a living off this job and have to find another part time. You use your travel benefit, but with your crappy wages, you can't afford anything during your travel and stay. Going to work is a pain...., you need to travel to the parking, then you have to take the problematic train to T1, that takes about 20 min of your time just from parking your car and travel to T1. If I have a chance to go back in time, I will not work here...

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