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I worked at easyJet full-time (More than a year)
The Best part working in easyJet's backend process is you understand the industry Standards. What you are expected to do, its fast paced and one has to keep up with it.
Lot of responsibility.
Lot of learning - from understanding a foreign accent to being a developed professional.
Few weeks you don't get to see the Sun Rise.
Few weeks you don't get to see the Sun Set.
and time just flies.
Advice to Management
Please look after the people working offshore.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at easyJet (Luton, East of England, England (UK)) in March 2018.
Interview was help at the easyjet academy in Luton.
Interview was set to start at 08:30 but was delayed around an hour due to "technical" faults.
Their was over 65 candidates on the day...
- Signed in
- Height was checked
- Presentation and introduction
- Group exercises 1/2
- Back to the interview room and around 30 candidates were sent home (including me) No feedback was given we just didn't have the "skills" that they were looking for...
Was a negative experience overall and would not apply again as the initial judgement was based on group discussions and not what your capabilities are.
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