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Luton, East of England, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)
Mehr als 10.000 Mitarbeiter
2 bis 5 Milliarden € (EUR) pro Jahr
British Airways, Ryanair, Lufthansa

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    Cabin Crew-Vorstellungsgespräch

    Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch in Gatwick, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)
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    Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 2 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Jänner 2019 bei easyJet (Gatwick, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)).


    Day started about an hour later because they had a problem with their system. I didn’t mind because that gave me time to chat with the people there a bit longer. After a while we were taken in groups of 10 into another room upstairs where our height was measured and we had to sit in the jumpseat. No reach test or anything else.
    After a long time of more waiting we were taken into another room where we got assigned to different tables. Luckily I got assigned with 2 of the people I chatted with for hours before. The assessors greeted us (there were around 15 assessors and 10-15 tables in the room) and continued with a presentation of the company. After 20 minutes we were given a task which went horrible because one of the group talked over everyone and created a big chaos wanting to solve everything by herself. You also had to talk 10 times of your normal voice volume because like I mentioned there were around 10+ tables with 5 people each who all talked loudly. It put extra stress on the candidates and with other airlines I have never experienced this. There you usually get a room to yourself with your group and one assessor assigned to each person. At easyJet the assessors didn’t have any type of overview for all people at the table. They typed wildly on their iPad keyboards but it’s just impossible to really see each person in a time-limited chaotic excercise with 60 other people on the background talking loudly. So you really need to go above and beyond to gain their attention!!! After the first exercise two people of each table had to switch to another one and we were given another task. The assessor switched aswell. The new group was much better but the assessor was very annoyed. She asked one girl in my group something about the task when we had to present our results but quickly cut her off again with an annoyed look on her face like she didn’t want to be there as soon as the time was up. Finally we had to do a last task and then got sent back to the cafeteria for the long break. After around 90 minutes we got taken back up and were divided into “3 groups” — they just say this but really, if you don’t hear your name here you made it to the final interview. Then you’ll be given more information on salary etc. After that you’ll be given an interview time with your assessor which can be at any time of the day leading up to 5pm. I had to leave after the first stage and will not attend another easyJet interview. If you are experienced cabin crew this could be a good company for you but if you start this it isn’t going to go well in most cases because during the group exercise the experienced candidates all made it to the last stage because they were able to handle the given scenarios accordingly with their knowledge. So unless you’re all inexperienced in your group, chances they’ll take you over experienced cabin crew are very low.

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