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Whats happening at EY?

Old 25th Oct 2010, 17:02
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Join Date: Jun 2002
Location: canada
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Unhappy Whats happening at EY?

Scores of pilots leaving,

LOTS and lots and lots of better jobs on the market with open arms for EY pilots

Lots of guys getting called out on their days off OR flights are grounded

NO pay raise or bonus because "they don`t deserve it"

Schedules late due to lack of crew to fly the AC

Poor Medical Coverage ...

This wasn`t the way it was when I joined so why is it happening now?

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Old 26th Oct 2010, 08:06
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Join Date: May 2007
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When Etihad started a few years back they were paying a bit over half of what they are paying now (which is not that much anyway).

So, it is not like they attracted the “cream” to set up their national airline. Without strong foundations you end up with the mess you have in your hands right now.

I just hope the shareholders who are obviously treated like mushrooms wake up one day and see the light.

To become the Best, you need to pay the Best to attract the Best.

Even today, does anybody know whether Etihad has anyone in management that actually came from a well respected and successful airline?

How about the latest addition to the VP ranks.

Such and such holds a Degree in BS and has held senior management positions in Ansett- now bust and Air New Zealand that would have gone bust if it wasn’t for a government bail-out.

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Old 26th Oct 2010, 11:53
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Join Date: Dec 2007
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They won't even allow people to apply online for flight crew positions that are not typed in that certain aircraft... are they really that hard off?
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Old 26th Oct 2010, 11:58
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Not true, know someone who just got hired on the 777 with only 737 as jet experience. Shame they didnt move the suffering ones off the 320 instead
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Old 26th Oct 2010, 16:08
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But EY is a good company EY is a good companyeuhhh ah yes EY is a good company!

But the way why this amount of pilots resigning this month and next month?
I dont get it at all.
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