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Cabin Crew

EasyJet Luton, East of England, England

Take it from us, it really is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting and expanding pan-European airline. And in return, youll get lots of… Reed.co.uk

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Head of Enterprise Architecture

Easyjet Luton, East of England, England

At easyJet, innovation and IT are at the heart of everything we do and we're embarking on significant changes to our Commercial, Operations and Back… Adzuna

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    Ok but very cutthroat

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    You get to work with some very good people in their fields.
    It's a very un-corporate environment.
    Flight ticket discounts. You can find some reduced fares although it depends on demand. Then there is standby scheme, but that is not very useful as you will only know last minute if you can board the plane. It's only viable if you are single.


    It is a very aggressive and cutthroat environment, where your colleagues will throw you under the bus at any given chance for their own advancement. Also, because every thing that happens in the back office can affect things like on time performance, which in turn has an impact on share prices, everyone is very quick to deflect any blames. This creates some very negative office relationship dynamics.
    The brand can be a bit of an issue
    Senior management takes a lot of credit for successes but that credit never trickles down.

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    Seriously look into how you measure success

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