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23 days ago

GSE Mechanic

Signature Flight Support Corp Van Nuys, CA

High School diploma or GED plus one (1) year experience. Must possess a valid state drivers license. Previous GSE or heavy equipment experience… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Line Service Technician

Signature Flight Support Corp Van Nuys, CA +2 locations

Responsible for leading and directing activities of Line Service Technicians engaged in providing requested services to general aviation aircraft… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Line Service Technician Seasonal

Signature Flight Support Corp Santa Ana, CA

Greet, park, tow, move and marshal aircraft arriving or departing ramp area Provide lavatory and water service as requested Fuel/de-ice aircraft as… Glassdoor


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S. Michael Scheeringa
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    Complete disregard for employee welfare and safety.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Line Service Technician
    Current Employee - Line Service Technician

    I have been working at Signature Flight full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Pay is slightly higher than similar competitors.

    Cons

    Leadership is appalling. The recruiting process for management is simply find the person that has been around the longest and promote them. They have no experience in business, no University degrees, and utterly no concern for their employees.

    Equipment is aging and not replaced on an appropriate timeline; employees are forced to fuel multi million dollar aircraft using tankers which are basically duct-taped together.

    No formal training program exists, and new employees must simply ask whoever is closest to explain how to accomplish a task. This leaves employees who cannot self motivate to be untrained for months upon months.

    Staffing is maintained at the bare minimum, and when people leave (even giving months of notice) they wait as long as possible to replace them. A single injury or vacation puts everyone on forced overtime, and employees are generally required to work 6 day weeks for about 70% of the year.

    Management routinely throws employees under the bus when customers don't like an outcome.

    Company advancement is not encouraged, and if an employee is promoted they lose all seniority, causing supervisory positions to be filled from the bottom up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Respect your employees. Hire enough people. Replace your equipment on an appropriate timeline.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO