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30+ days ago

Sales/Logistics Assistant

Landmark Aviation Houston, TX

associated with this position include: • Ensure that the portal and TFBO are always up to date with current week’s… Landmark Aviation


30+ days ago

Corporate Customer Service Coordinator

Landmark Aviation Houston, TX

• Train users and troubleshoot basic customer service resources, tools and TotalFBO systems issues • Train Customer Service Representatives and… Landmark Aviation


30+ days ago

Line Service Technician

Landmark Aviation Houston, TX

• Physically able to perform heavy lifting on a regular basis. • Excellent communication skills • Physically able to stand or walk for long… Landmark Aviation


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    Not a place to build a carreer. You can coast and collect a paycheck, though.

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    Former Employee - IT in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - IT in Houston, TX
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    I worked at Landmark Aviation full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    I loved many of my coworkers. Made a lot of good friends here, worked with a lot of good people.

    Cons

    Poor management is the worst issue. Every company has problems - but if management's only solution to problems is disciplining overworked and underpaid employees for not giving more of their free time, the only people that stay are those too scared or beaten down to find a place where an attempt is made to solve problems. Decisions were consistently made on a very short term basis - painting the company into unpleasant corners as they seemed unable to plan ahead. Snap decisions without a clear understanding of the situation let to cases such as being told to drop a project that would save the company up to half a million dollars in order to work on a manager's pet project to save a single fifty thousand salary. Poor quality equipment, a refusal to upgrade already overloaded systems, major system faults and issues with security were also a constant problem. While I was there, a significant portion of the upper tier of non-management people left, knowing they could go somewhere where they had mobility, carreer opportunities, and opportunities for better pay. I know it can be bad on the line, but corporate isn't much better. IT personnel were expected to be on call for 168 hours straight at a time. My position should have been filled by at least 2-3 additional people. Pay was significantly below industry standard. Training is non-existent.

    Advice to Management

    You have good people. Good new employees start out with a desire to make a difference, do a good job, and get ahead. Hiring new people and turning employment into a revolving door is expensive. Haivng an oppressive and punitive environment means the only employees you keep long term are those that are too scared to risk looking for a better opportunity. Paying to keep good employees costs money - but I would argue less than paying to run the revolving door of employment I saw while I was there. Same with equipment. Maintaining and purchasing good quality equipment and systems is pricey - but trying to hold things together with real or figurative duct tape and baling wire usually ends up more expensive in the end - and it prohibits excellence. Stop being penny wise and pound foolish! Please, try to be strategic instead of tactical, and use the basically good business idea you have to grow something you can be proud to claim as your own!


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