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Advice to Management Get more involved with the people.Ask for real feedback from the people with boots on the ground. Not this hokey survey every 6 months that you ignore anyways. get rid of the middle management, they are either lying to you or incompetent.New CEO shrunk the ELT team claiming it he wanted a flatter structure to be closer to the people on the ground, 6 months later and it's exploded out and larger than ever.Have made small tweaks to employee "total compensation" package, but again, mostly lip service. Management still have a massive disconnect from the day to day people who keep the company running and middle management is disconnected from both.Cons Lots of new management, but nothing has really changed.Pros Competitive salary and a great commission structure. They have some nice events, where you can take part if they allow you. they can create good performers, but the same time they don't have a problem of letting them go, which shows their employer value.

changing crew uniform design, tie design and aircraft livery and failing to control costs whilst an aviation market downturn loomed; selected senior staff comments in open forum including "Uncle Warren will pay" and "It's great fun playing airline" indicating a commercially wasteful and naive management culture that fails to deliver best potential value for money for clients paying high fees; corporate bullying - poor man management - undermining morale.Advice to Management Appoint better qualified people to key positions; dismiss commercially inept managers; desist from the practice of appointing over-ambitious pilots to management posts and allowing juggling between work as aircrew and as management but insist on personnel being one or the other.Cons It is a place with no future for the copilot for european employee particularly, except if you are British or have good friend in management.There is an attitude of lack of respect and bully people trying to make fool of you.

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Reevaluate the business, career opportunities, change of chain of command, reassessing the sales department, Cons Lots of new management, but nothing has really changed.

They pay lip service to being focused on employee happiness, but that's about it.

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