Happiness score is 69 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Johan Lundgren
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £730m to £4bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Rating is calculated based on 346 reviews and is evolving.



Cabin Crew in Glasgow
on 18 January 2022
Great place to work excellent company benefits such as staff travel.
Great company to work but took redundancy in 2020. Had worked there for 14 years. Great work life balance. Everyone is lovely and great training. Can be stressful and long days at times.
Application Analyst in Luton Airport
on 13 December 2021
Extremely busy but satisfying
the work is extremely busy with lots on with little support but if you put your mind to it is can be extremely engaging and satisfying. The managers are there whe
Disruption/OPS/Crewing officer in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 18 November 2021
Nice company, very bad management
Unless you're a crew and bring drama in workplace rather than experience and skills, they are not interested! Toxic management, hire who they like and favor. that's all I have to say about them. Toxic and unproffesionals
Flight Attendant in Bristol
on 24 October 2021
Best employer I ever had
I left the company a month ago after almost 12 years as cabin crew / cabin manager, even before my last day I had doubts that leaving was a good idea and I was proved right. EasyJet is without doubt the best employer I ever had and I am considering returning to flying and I wouldn’t want to work for any other airline. Yes you have good and bad days, early starts, late finishes etc but overall it’s an amazing company and should I apply to go back I would feel very lucky if they were to offer me employment. I left to try something else, which was a huge mistake, but you learn from mistakes. I miss flying and my colleagues an awful lot and hopefully I will return. If your considering a career in aviation then don’t look anywhere else.
Cabin Crew in Scotland
on 28 September 2021
A decent company, if your face fits.
After waiting almost 3 years to start (the pandemic stopped me starting in 2020, that’s forgiven, outwith their control) I finally started my dream job. The training was excellent, can’t fault them. However once back home in Scotland, do something wrong, and by goodness they will find any excuse to get you out via gross misconduct.Turns out this isn’t the first time a particular manager has got rid of staff due to personality clashes.

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