Major Airlines Cutting Routes

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Recent staffing shortages and route closures by major airlines are causing concern among travelers and businesses. But recently, the labor shortage has started to more visibly impact the providers of higher-level services, specifically airlines.

Airline Pilots Demonstrate Career and Skill Flexibility

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A great example, discussed by Jackie Wattles in an article for CNN Business , is the airline industry. The post Airline Pilots Demonstrate Career and Skill Flexibility appeared first on HR Daily Advisor. Learning & Development airline business gig economy workers


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U.S. Supreme Court Says Airline Supervisor Is Exempt from the Federal Arbitration Act

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As a Southwest Airlines ramp supervisor, Latrice Saxon’s job duties included supervising, training, and assisting ramp agents responsible for loading and unloading commercial cargo from airplanes. Saxon argued that all airline employees constituted a class of workers covered under Section 1.

United Airlines Pilot’s Sick Leave Claim Ruled Infirm

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Michael Moss worked as a pilot for United Airlines. He also held a commission in the armed services’ reserve component and was called to active duty while working for the airline. The 7th Circuit, however, noted the airline’s sick-time accrual policy didn’t have a vesting period.

The Sky High Success of Southwest Airline’s Employer Brand

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What’s the secret sauce behind the enviable employer brand of Southwest Airlines? A servant leader and HR professional in the airline industry for over 20 years, Shari’s job is focused on supporting the team members of Southwest. The Sky High Success of Southwest Airline’s Employer Brand Undercover Recruiter - Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Blog. Employer Recruiting Employer Brand Employer Branding Podcast Southwest Southwest Airlines

Award-winning Airline Soft-launching New Career Site


One airline has soft-launched a new career site, after a year and a half spent working on its brand strategy and developing new content. Corporate Career Website Featured

How Zappos and Southwest Airlines Build Job Applicant Communities


As an example, consider Southwest Airlines. But by being proactive now and tapping into a talent network similar to Southwest Airlines and Zappos, you can set your team up for success once you’re actively hiring again.

Airline Pilot job description


Use this Airline Pilot job description template to attract and hire qualified pilots. Airline Pilot responsibilities include: Creating a flight plan, considering aircraft performance, altitude and weather conditions. The post Airline Pilot job description appeared first on Recruiting Resources: How to Recruit and Hire Better. Feel free to add, remove or modify job duties and requirements based on your needs.

Lessons Learned from United Airlines: How You Can Embrace HR as a True Leadership Partner


United Airlines faced a variety of scandals in 2017. From a passenger being dragged off a plane to a child being kicked out of a seat, to several pets dying on board, United Airlines needed to figure out a way to improve customer service and reshape its reputation. In fact, United Airlines was just ranked one of the lowest airlines in the U.S. In late 2017, United Airlines named Kate Gebo EVP of Human Resources and Labor Relations.

An Airline You’ve Barely Heard of Needs Pilots Like Others Need Techies


Republic Airways, an airline you may have flown on without even realizing it, needs pilots badly. So badly, it’s restructuring the company partly due to the skills shortage. Advertising & Marketing Branding College Recruiting Social Media Management Featured

How an Airline’s Career Site Took Off


For 11 years in a row, it has been rated the world’s top low-cost airline. The post How an Airline’s Career Site Took Off appeared first on Eightfold.

Transform Speaker Spotlight: 14 Facts About American Airlines’ Carrie Corbin


The post Transform Speaker Spotlight: 14 Facts About American Airlines’ Carrie Corbin appeared first on SmashFly Blog. This is a series of Transform speaker spotlights ahead of Transform Virtual June 22. Job Cred: 12 years in talent acquisition (a reformed HR lady) Head of. Industry What's Happening transform virtual

It Took a Terrible Airline to Bring Back the Stupidus Maximus Award Honoring Bad Management

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But after all the colossal management stupidity over the last year coming out of places like WalMart , Uber , Wells Fargo , and most recently, United Airlines , it made me think that maybe it’s time I started giving it out again. When United’s workforce reacted badly to the new program , airline President Scott Kirby was forced to backtrack, saying he was “pressing the pause button” on the proposed changes.

Listen, Learn, Lead: How United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz Turned the Company Around

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Most people wouldn’t be able to weather the storm that United Airlines went through the past couple of years and still come out on top – but Oscar Munoz is not most people. On his 38th day as CEO, Munoz suffered a heart attack. Customer Success Featured CEO glassdoor recruit Interview oscar munoz Popular united

Here’s What Happened When I Took Southwest Airlines’ First Flight to Cincinnati


Southwest Airlines launched service into the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. A little more background here, the fellow that invited me, didn’t tell me this was inaugural service for the whole airline. And we made a buzz on social media – just like this post; we were saying HEY SOUTHWEST AIRLINES is serving CVG. Southwest Airlines did not have to do that, they chose to reach out to those kids and for that they should be commended.

Cerego Joins Hands With Copa Airlines; Delivers Promise of Workplace Training

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Adaptive learning platform to help improve the effectiveness of company-wide training and drive better learning outcomes. Learning & Development

COVID-19 Continues to Pose Challenges for Travel. Is Technology the Answer?

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Airlines canceled more than 300 flights Sunday [December 26, 2021] as disruptions from the omicron variant of Covid-19 continued to impact crews and staffing,” writes Leslie Josephs in an article for CNBC. Since Friday [December 24, 2021], airlines scrubbed more than 1,500 U.S.

OFCCP Increasing Scrutiny and Raytheon Hiring in Another State

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colorado contract award covid-19 daily brief hiring jacobs layoff ofccp raytheon recruiting space force united airlinesThe Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has its eye on federal contractors supporting construction projects for the government.

Airline Demands Access to Fired Hostess’s Bank Records

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Now she has been forced by her former employer – and the courts – to have her Facebook activity and bank account examined for proof that she cheated the airline and didn’t deserve to be compensated for her time off. Gina Kensington was fired as a flight attendant by Air New Zealand following a dispute over sick leave she says she took to care for her sister.

Apple, Coca-Cola and Singapore Airlines: What Can We Learn


Fortune Magazine and Hay Group’s list of most admired companies in the world has Apple, Coca-Cola and Singapore Airlines in it. The post Apple, Coca-Cola and Singapore Airlines: What Can We Learn appeared first on Recruiterbox Blog Here are the three things that small businesses can learn from them: 1. When there is a setback, do not lose hope. Keep trying. If you have a clear vision and are willing to work hard, success is sure to follow.

United Sued For A Bunch of Different Types of Discrimination Over Blondes on Charter Flights (The HR Famous Podcast)

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7:15 – First topic of the day: United Airlines has taken a lawsuit from flight attendants. The same article includes unnamed sources who provide some information provided by United Airlines in the initial discovery.

Don’t Delay in Returning Military Servicemembers to Jobs

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Air Force Reserve member, was a civilian pilot for American Airlines. After his reserve Air Force military service, he sought to return to his airline job. He applied to the FAA for a waiver, but the airline refused to return him as a pilot until the waiver was approved.

How Southwest Airlines Built a Stand-Out Employer Brand in 5 Steps

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At Talent Connect 2017, she described the work Lippincott did with one company in particular — Southwest Airlines —to help refresh the company’s employer brand in order to resonate with employees and customers. When Lippincott worked with Southwest to develop its brand, the airline faced an unusual situation. After working with Southwest Airlines to find the company’s purpose, Lippincott went on to help it develop a visual representation of that purpose.

Can You Hear Me Now? Hiring a Competitor’s Star or Day-Old Bread?

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United Airlines recently hired a top exec from American, and it led to a Fortune article titled, How a New Hire Added $1.5 Billion to United Airline’s Market Cap. Details: Investors decided Tuesday that adding Scott Kirby to the United Airlines turnaround formula made the company worth $1.5 Shares of the airline rose as much as 9.58% in trading Tuesday against the stock’s previous closing price—sending the airlines market cap up to $16.6

Empower Your Employees to Make Judgment Calls, and Avoid a PR Nightmare

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If you were anywhere near the internet last week, you likely saw headlines about United Airlines forcibly removing a passenger from a flight on the evening of April 9 after he refused to give up his seat. The passenger had purchased a ticket and boarded the plane, but when United needed to get their own employees to the same destination, the airline chose to “bump” some customers from the flight.

SHRM Goes Out on a Limb, or Should I say Wing

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The icing on the cake is Oscar Munoz, the CEO of United Airlines, as a keynote speaker at #SHRM18 in Chicago. Conferences Mark Fogel SHRM #SHRM18 Oscar Munoz United AirlinesFor years SHRM (the Society for Human Resource Management) has held a reputation as being risk averse and sometimes even Pollyanna. As the largest HR organization globally, with over 250,000 members in the USA, it has significant reach within the HR community.

Is it time to kill bonus programs?


United Airlines recently had what they thought was a brilliant idea: replacing modest quarterly bonuses with a new lottery program that gave a few lucky employees the opportunity to win a new Mercedes-Benz C-Class and up to $100,000 cash. According to The New York Times , United previously awarded workers up to $375 for each quarter that the airline met operational goals. Culture & Diversity Engagement & Retention bonuses incentives retention united airlines

Qantas often annoys me. But this time, ‘well done’!

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Lately I have been assessing why I usually fly Qantas, as I have been getting more and more aggrieved at the airlines pricing policy. Seriously, Qantas regularly have Business Class seats at TWICE the price of comparable airlines to places like London. I see a lot of the inside of planes. Some of my business […]. Client Skills Recruitment Recruitment Skills client service Customer loyalty customer service

Honoring the 2020 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award Winners: Games and Simulations, Video, Virtual Works

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We also honor these other award-winning organizations in this category: AbbVie, Accenture (3), Accenture Solutions Private Limited, American Airlines, Blackmores Institute, Cognizant (2), Cox Communications, Inc., Best Use of Games and Simulations for Learning. Accenture’s Gamified India Premier League Improves Analysts’ Capability Development Accenture Solutions Pvt.

5 Signs You’re Ruining Your Employer Brand

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Branding & Identity Employer Branding Recruiting Amazon American Airlines employee advocacy Employer Brand Godaddy Public Relations Reputation Social Media YelpThe importance of employer branding has grown exponentially as the war for talent rages on, and candidates increasingly make “culture” a deciding factor in their employment decision. Is your company winning or losing the employment brand battle?

Just Let Fun Happen (at Work)


David is the rapping flight attendance with Southwest Airlines. If you have ever traveled with them you know that they do, do things a little differently than the other airlines. Ok so at the end of that piece you heard David say “you will not get that on United Airlines. ” I agree with him on that point, because what I have learned from my travels with Southwest is they have a culture that allows their employees to push the boundaries and have fun.

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Tip #2 From Best Place to Work Winners

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Learn more: For more on what it takes to become a Best Place to Work, check out this blog post from Southwest Airlines about how Best Places to Work starts with hiring the right people. Employer Branding Recruiting Hiring Employment Branding Best Places to Work southwest airlinesLast week, we shared tip number one in a three part series about tips from Glassdoor’s 2016 Best Place to Work winners.

Flying the Friendly—and Safe—Skies


Compliance Employment Background Checks commercial airlines compliance pre employment screening PRIA transportationEach time we fly, it’s SOP to be screened by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to help ensure no passenger will pose a threat to any other passenger, the aircraft, or its crew. So we board with confidence, secure in the knowledge every individual on board has passed this multi-check safety screen. But what about [.].

Delta’s Flexible Staffing: ‘Win-Win’ Or No Win?

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Delta Air Lines is the only domestic airline to use a flexible staffing program. The airline calls it a “win-win,” saying it helps better manage staffing levels. The airline won’t make public the cost savings it derives from the program. They have seen the seniority of the airline workforce go down dramatically through layoffs, cuts, buyouts, retirement, and so on.

You Really Need to Rethink Your Fonts

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Here’s a quick rundown of.0001% of the companies that use it and, in some cases, haven’t changed their branding in 50 years because of it: 3M, American Airlines, Jeep, BMW, Jackass , The Office , JC Penney, American Apparel, Target, NASA, Apple, Motorola, and Panasonic. Industry 3M American Airlines American Apparel Apple Arial BMW Coke Comic Sans Helvetica Jackass JC Penney Jeep Leave it to Beaver Motorola NASA Panasonic Papyrus Target The Office

Why HR Needs to Study Psychology – United Idiocracy

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Unite Airlines announced a “new” lottery program to take the place of their normal quarterly bonus program. The airline’s president, Scott Kirby, said the company had listened carefully to feedback from employees and decided to scrap the program. Bad HR Benefits Compensation/Cash Money Employee Communications Employee Engagement Employment Branding and Culture Paul Hebert Performance award bonus compensation incentives rewards United Airlines

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Investing in People is the Future of Work: HR Insight Summit 2020

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HR execs from Intel, Southwest Airlines, and others slated to speak at HR Insight Summit 2020 share insights on why investing in people is the need of the hour. Digital Transformation

Staffing News of the Day, September 17, 2013

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How hiring and HR build customer service cultures at Mayo Clinic, Four Seasons hotels, Apple and Southwest Airlines. News ABC News Apple Business Insider CNNMoney Federal Government Federal Reserve Fistful of Talent Forbes Four Seasons Google HR Huffington Post job growth lifelogging Market Watch Mayo Clinic PBS PR Newswire Southwest Airlines talent sourcing Washington Post Wired

Ph.Creative: Employer Brand Reputation by Design with Bryan Adams

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Bryan is CEO and founder of Ph.Creative, a full-service employer brand communications agency that specializes in building world-class employer brand, EVP and talent engagement strategies for companies such as Apple, American Airlines, GVC and Blizzard Entertainment. […].

Your ATS Will Never Help You Hire


Like airlines, wireless service, or cable companies, there are no good choices, only a least horrible choice. Let’s start with the obvious: no one likes their ATS. This necessary evil was once the best way to manage and track a candidate through the interview process, but in the last 15 years, everyone’s ATS has grown arms, reaching into so many aspects of how we attempt to attract and engage talented prospects. Hiring Process