British Airways
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99 questions about working at British Airways
Pay at least £15,000 a year more
Answered 27 March 2017
Pulling, disrespectful, just a number on the screen.
Answered 27 March 2017
Industry change has driven a disturbing change in culture. Employees are not valued and seen as an expendable resource, no more. The industry is great fun but know what you are getting into. A flag won’t pay the mortgage however much you love it.
Answered 29 March 2017
Why did you choose to apply with british airways
Answered 24 February 2017
I travel from inverness to London everyday on my push bike.
Answered 17 April 2017
DBS check plus a full history of where you have lived, worked, and what you did during the time you were not working. They will even check with a character witness, and be rather blunt with them when asking questions about you.
Answered 24 February 2017
They do not sponsor work visas for new applicants. You must reside in the UK and have either permanent residency or a permanent work permit to apply with BA.Why not apply for BA’s overseas positions at a US airport. Same uniform, same company, but better pay and stronger unions!
Answered 13 August 2017
Terrible
Answered 8 November 2022
Staff travel, 30 days of annual leave
Answered 21 June 2020
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