Jet2.com and Jet2holidays
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About the company

  • CEO
    Stephen Heapy
    73%
    approve of Stephen Heapy's performance
  • Founded
    2002
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £730m to £4bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Link
    Jet2.com and Jet2holidays website
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Rating overview

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2.8720182.5720193.2720203.8120213.702022

Reviews

Special assistance in Homeworking
on 15 May 2022
Too many Chiefs.Not enough Indians!
Thought this would be my career break and would be here for the next few yrs. The training was awful right from the start and just carried on a downward spiral.Special Assistance was overwhelming, not enough staff to cope with the amount of phonecalls coming in. Always worked over but they made you bank the time for toil.The only airline that intrudes on people's health situations. It just didn't feel right. Not sure how they claim to be so successful! People are leaving left, right and center!!I'd avoid and go to a different airline if wanting a career in Travel.
Cabin Crew Performance Trainer in Leeds Bradford Airport, West Yorkshire
on 6 May 2022
Fantastic company to work for.
I started working for Jet2.com as a temporary Cabin Crew member in 2006. I was lucky to be given a full time position at the end of the first Summer season. I progressed within the company quite quickly however the company was quite small back then. I worked through all the ranks until I was promoted to Performance Trainer. I loved all positions and all aspects of the job. Its really hard work, unsocial hours, long days which can be very challenging at times and often last minute roster changes but that is the life of Cabin Crew. You meet some fantastic people both within the company and and also customers that you meet onboard. When I think back I have some wonderful memories. I left the company for a more settled life and shorter working hours. If you asked me if I missed my career I would say "Yes". I loved training new Crew and developing Crew within their role. The company was very supportive when required and I always found the managers approachable and helpful. The salary was excellent and I worked with a great bunch of people. Overall I had a memorable experience with the company and have no regrets. If you are thinking about a Cabin Crew lifestyle then I would say do your research. It is a very demanding role, a lifestyle that you have to be committed to and be prepared to be flexible at short notice. It is a job like no other. Days pass quickly, you're always so busy onboard. You've no sooner completed one sector before it is time to clean up and prepare the aircraft for the return flight. The aircraft are mostly modern, new Boeing 737-800's . It is strict, it has to be. Safety is priority at all times and uniform standards must be adhered to. If you find it difficult to adhere to procedures and company standards and be able to adjust your life to the demands of the role then a Cabin Crew position may not be for you. You're the face of the company!. I was proud to work for Jet2.com and very much enjoyed my fourteen year career with them.
HR in Yorkshire
on 29 April 2022
Mixed Bag!
Fast paced, constantly changing business. Have a lost of lot of talented staff across all areas over the past couple of years, now playing catch up. If you're in a team that doesn't contribute to revenue, or the Operation then get used to be being seen as a hindrance! Communication from Senior Management could be improved massively.
Cabin Crew in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 24 April 2022
Good company
I enjoyed working for jet2 long days but enjoyable and made friends for life pay was good and staff travel when you could get it, would go back and work for them again
Customer Helper in Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester
on 9 April 2022
If you value mental health don’t bother
The job itself is great, but the company unless you’re one of their favourites you won’t get anywhere. Expected to work insanely long hours (on a very poor wage) with little benefits if any at all. Management needs a lot of work, progression is non existent. Drained mental and physical health, you are looked down on if you need time off to look after yourself. Staff turnover is so high, that says it all really.

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