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31 English questions out of 31

21 August 2020

What is health insurance like at JetBlue?

Pros

Travel benefits, health insurance perks

Cons

You feel like you are constantly on call during irops

Travel benefits, health insurance perks

21 August 2020

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21 August 2019

Does JetBlue offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Decent pay, flight benefits, Jetblue Scholars (which is currently delayed and many are on a waitlist due to budget restraints, and increased interest), good medical coverage with reasonably priced premiums, 401k match + 5% (you contribute 5%, Jetblue contributes 5% to match PLUS an additional 5% = 15% total), benefits such as Healthy Mom and Happy Baby programs along with medical, plus Healthy Rewards dollars to earn a good chunk of your deductible. Overall, great company to work for.

Cons

Downsides are 24/7 and 365 day operation. Flight benefits are nice, but standby can be stressful and overwhelming. No tuition reimbursement, just JetBlue Scholars which currently has many on a waitlist. Decent pay, though not competitive amongst other companies nearby.

No tuition reimbursement, just JetBlue Scholars which currently has many on a waitlist.

21 August 2019

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12 June 2019

Does JetBlue offer housing assistance?

Pros

The company itself gives back to the community, training you are set up with food, lodging and pay

Cons

Managers never make it a point to get to know you (especially when you're brand new), 10hr "on-call" shifts that are unpaid

Advice to Management

Get to know your crew (you wouldn't have a job if it weren't for customers and crew members), offer advice and reassurance, be present

The company itself gives back to the community, training you are set up with food, lodging and pay

12 June 2019

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21 August 2019

What is the retirement plan like at JetBlue?

Pros

Decent pay, flight benefits, Jetblue Scholars (which is currently delayed and many are on a waitlist due to budget restraints, and increased interest), good medical coverage with reasonably priced premiums, 401k match + 5% (you contribute 5%, Jetblue contributes 5% to match PLUS an additional 5% = 15% total), benefits such as Healthy Mom and Happy Baby programs along with medical, plus Healthy Rewards dollars to earn a good chunk of your deductible. Overall, great company to work for.

Cons

Downsides are 24/7 and 365 day operation. Flight benefits are nice, but standby can be stressful and overwhelming. No tuition reimbursement, just JetBlue Scholars which currently has many on a waitlist. Decent pay, though not competitive amongst other companies nearby.

Decent pay, flight benefits, Jetblue Scholars (which is currently delayed and many are on a waitlist due to budget restraints, and increased interest), good medical coverage with reasonably priced premiums, 401k match + 5% (you contribute 5%, Jetblue contributes 5% to match PLUS an additional 5% = 15% total), benefits such as Healthy Mom and Happy Baby programs along with medical, plus Healthy Rewards dollars to earn a good chunk of your deductible.

21 August 2019

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11 January 2019

Does JetBlue offer parental leave?

Pros

- Upbeat culture - Flight benefits - People who work here love to travel, so there is lots to talk about if you like to travel too - Aesthetically pleasing office in Long Island City - Opportunity to travel - Able to move laterally within the company (but see cons below)

Cons

Overall it feels like JetBlue is resting on its laurels of once being a great employer. It is still a good place to work for a few years especially in a junior role, but I would not recommend staying longer than that or for a higher level senior role. - Pay is not competitive, and management is aware of this, states that they do this on purpose to recruit people who really want to be here - Does not empower women. No paid maternity leave, and little to no female executives. - Recently very bureaucratic - CEO and execs overly involved with projects and day to day work. Employees waste time achieving sign off from many people in order to move forward on projects. - Little to no professional growth (promotions) - Have seen a few corporate employees end up leaving before promotions. History of passing internal candidates up for promotions - Hypocritical when it comes to values. Examples: Safety - the office in Queens is located outside of a 7 lane highway that employees need to cross with no crossing guard. Caring, Integrity - no paid maternity leave. - Only corporate holidays are New Years Day, MLK Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

No paid maternity leave, and little to no female executives.

11 January 2019

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