Mission: To Fly. To Serve.
None that I have found after 9 years
Way to class conscious. If you are very good at your job you have zero chance of promotion as your superiors are afraid that you are more competent than them and show them up.
Advice to Management
Stop your practise of the old boys brigade and yes men and promote people who actually do want to make the company better. Get rid of your ridiculous class structure system and accept people for who they are. When promoting people choose them on merit and not preconceived ideas and set whims.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at British Airways in May 2011.
Presentation and tests then interview
Tough interview wanted lots of examples of experience and how I had handeled would handle different situations many of which I had never experienced!
We’re celebrating winning a hat trick at the UK’s leading apprenticeship awards.
Our apprentices voted us one of the top employers in the country – and two of our current students won individual awards for their outstanding achievements.
At last night’s Rate My Apprenticeship Awards ceremony in London, Heathrow Operations Agent Shannon Mitchell won the Outstanding Intermediate Apprentice (Level 2) award. And T3 Lead Customer Service Representative Abigail Roberts scooped the Outstanding Advanced Apprentice (Level 3) gong.
This is the first year we have been involved in the awards, and we also triumphed in the Employer Awards category. Based entirely on our students’ ratings of their experiences with us, we won a place in the top 100, entering the table at number 58.
The Employer Awards recognise and reward excellence amongst employers who offer apprenticeships and school leaver opportunities across the UK.