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ALLASKA Compagnies aƩriennes - Processus d'INTERVIEW GROUPE d'agents de bord - Emplois d'agents de bord - Emplois d'agents de bord - Compagnie aƩrienne As for ALASKA AIRLINES - As for the GRUPPENINTERVIEW, was anyone actually at an ALASKA AIRLINES group interview? I would like to receive all the information related to the interviews that would best prepare me. To have more specialized proposals beyond just having a good time and being yourself, as I have seen in commentaries on other airlines, I am particularly interested in issues that Alaska asks, the trial and everything that has to do with these airlines.

This Wednesday 5/7 at 9am in Seattle is my radio call. For me it would be so useful to know which question I could be expecting in 1 to 1. Trying to browse the Cathay Pacific forums, I found out that you got the jobs with them. At the end of this months I was asked for a group-invitation.

I am so nervous and really want to have this gig, so if you could please give me some hints or advice for the group interviews and also give me 1 to 1 interviews such as scenario, kinds of question, etc., I would like to get a chance to do this for you. In your own personal opinion, does the information in the volume mean it will all be covered in the Cathay Pacific interviews?

There! Actually the group interviewer for Cathay Pacific is very simple. There were about 15 of us in a group. Essentially they tell you to meet them and they ask us where you are working and why you want to work for Cathay.

Frankly, the best keys are to be yourself and use your own personalities to stand out from the crowd. For me myself, I make it better in group interviewing. Because it's up to YOU to stand out from the crowd. Sharing something special and fun. After all, this is the kind of jobs where YOU are the face of the air carrier.

There! Actually the group interviewer for Cathay Pacific is very simple. There were about 15 of us in a group. Essentially they tell you to meet them and they ask us where you are working and why you want to work for Cathay.

Frankly, the best keys are to be yourself and use your own personalities to stand out from the crowd. For me myself, I make it better in group interviewing. Because it's up to YOU to stand out from the crowd. Sharing something special and fun. After all, this is the kind of jobs where YOU are the face of the air carrier.

I' m gonna go for an SF one. - Had you to recall any of your friends' particulars and report to the group what you had learned from them? - Could there have been any group discussions at all? Were you asked any question about the corporate identity?

Plenty of detail about the airlines, I'm not sure if I can recall it all, especially when I'm in the interviews, I'll be very agitated and so jumpy...... I' m gonna go for an SF one. - You need to recall any of your friends' particulars and report to the group what you learned from them?

  • was there any group discussions at all? Maybe I had to interrupt you again and hopefully it wouldn't interrupt you too much. oh I said, they went around the desk and asked you to come and meet your actual work and why you want to work for Cathay. after that there was 1 group action. to see how well you are interacting with the other group members. it's always best to be chatty. they essentially give you an practice where you give a good quality listing that a good stewardess has.

oh, but before all that they have you the reaching test (I forgot the size)180in? then they do a speech test where you are reading a section of somewhere in your speech. if there is no one who talks your speech, then they pick you up and sends the ribbon away. after you have passed the group interview. they will call you to come back later this weekend to get rid of the ribbon. they will call you to come back later this weekend to see why you have chosen these 3. oh, but before all that they have you the reaching test (I forgot the size)180in. then they do a speech test where you are reading a section of somewhere in your speech. if there is no one who talks your speech, then they take you up and sends the ribbon away. after you have passed the group interview. they will call you to come back later this weekend to get a consensual answer on why you have chosen these 3.

again, the 1 on 1 is generally a Senario question, so you are studying this read! Hey they made one up on their heads so i dont think they are using the same questioning for you. ca hopeful in maine said: Were you asked any question about the corporate identity?

Plenty of details about the airlines, of which I'm not sure if I can remember everything, especially when I' m in the interviews, I will be very agitated and so anxious...... Thanks, no, they didn't ask about the business. but it's good to know a few facts about Cathay. I've used a lot of clues about how they've been consistently rated as one of the top airlines in the wide globe and how the HKG is also a top class hub and blah blah blah... it's Asia's cosmopolitan capital.... as it' written on their airplanes and their slogan is "Service right from the heart". hhhe some idea. it shows that you've done your homework and that you're very interested!

It'?s for Alaska Airlines. For Cathay please log in or create a new one. Great, can we get back to the Alaska Airlines interviews now? Anybody else at the SEA group interrogation? and it was the most violent of all the flight conversations I ever took part in.

Also the first case I got stuck in an airliner Interview. Those who voted for them did not wear the usual formal dress, did not have their hairdos drawn back or up, and not even all of them showed "social skills" because a 20-year-old person was laughing at the other candidates when they left the room.

I' m honest with you, that was the most unrealistic of all the interview. Exceptionally untypical (from my own experience ) from the beginning, when one of the leading recruitment women called Jennifer (Jennie) looked quite angry at some folks as they passed by and smiles at them in theobby. Her smile was very few, and very frankly VISUED and USE others who managed to make eyeball contacts with her as she looked over the group compilations in theobby area.

I don't know what's going on, Alaska. Have a little bit of heartfelt, at least with Jennifer, and convince her to give more of an example of the kind, thoughtful and sympathetic character Alaska says her crew is. Alaska doesn't expect his cabin crew to pull theirs up.

Hey, that was kind of impolite... if you look up... we're all here to help each other... and I get that this is an Alaska-thread. but I applied in Alaska and someone also had a few issues about Cathay, so im just help others who are in the same boat. Like I said....

we' re all here to achieve a goal - to fulfil the wish to be a cabin crew member... well, we' re all here to achieve a goal - to fulfil the wish to be a cabin crew member... well, we' re all here to be a cabin crew member... well, whatever the hell the weather, your Alaska, Kathay, unified, Virgo, or whatever carrier... im sure everyone would find any information useful. I wasn't out here to assault anyone. someone just said to make another contribution and not talking about Kathay in this "Alaska" threads, so I just pretended...

It' me who began asking Charlie about Cathay in this board, so if you want to accuse someone, just give me the guilt, not Charlie. He' s just a sweet guy who tried to help me with my issues. It'?s not his own fault if he tries to help them!

I explained when I announced my first query I was looking for Cathay and what I found was the links to this board that Charlie said he recently received the vacancy from Cathay so I thought it might be simpler to try to get in touch with him through this board.

Since there used to be no Cathay forums at all, how should I know that I would get an answer if I launched the new one? Lisa PS What group were you in 1-4? Interesting to see how many accepted.

Hi, I have and interviewe in Costa Mesa at 15...Can anyone tell me whether they allow face fur (Gtee) or should I just shaver them? Hi, I have and interviewe in Costa Mesa at 15...Can anyone tell me whether they allow face fur (Gtee) or should I just shaver them?

Hi, I have and interviewe in Costa Mesa at 15...Can anyone tell me whether they allow face fur (Gtee) or should I just shaver them? Cesar, I'm going to the same one. I' ll see you there...I was at the Alaska interviews in Long Beach in March...and yes, the contest is intense...haha, so really you have to distinguish yourself among the other 25 guys in your group...always be yourself, smiling, having a good time and relaxing...in the group interviews there were only 2 issues and that's it!

i said they believe the couple's first few moments are crucial when they leave permanent impressions behind as u only have a few moments to make sure passenger are comfy for their ride which will set the tone for the whole ride... that's what they said... so really you only get 1 chance... so make sure you have out in those 2 issues funny and be one of a kind... ceasar de la cruz in scottsdale, arizona said: ..... that' you have to have those ones done really hard... that' soo. really those are the only things that you can do...

I' d like to ask you a few things. By the way, were you recruited? What did happen? Skip to Glendale, California, said: I' d like to ask you a few things.

his ok cuz i got the bid from Cathay Pacific this time period anyway... haha i would much rather work out of LAX than Anchorage anyway... lol but Alaska is a achiever traveler to product for... there is a LAX compound, but they same the pause position for the compound is looooooooooooooong... llsa in seasattle, washington said: has anyone on the examination interrogation for Alaska Luft (Flight Attendant) interrogation in seasattle on 22... lisa: has anyone on the examination interrogation for Alaska Luft (Flight Attendant) interrogation in seasattle on 22...

I' re so jumpy about the board. Are you going to the Alaska interviews? And I just went to the one in SEA and visited the panels on the sunday. The best thing I can do for the group is to be smiling a whole bunch and when someone speaks, look at them. Every person who talks observes EVERYONE and takes note all the while.

Well, wish me good fortune at the January 10 panels. And I was in group one, too. At what hour is your whiteboard? You had me in your group. hey, folks, wish me good luck tonight for tomorrow's interviews. Well, I think I should be able to survive the group interrogation. Chen in Los Angeles, California, said:

hey, folks, wish me good luck tonight for tomorrow's interviews. Think I should be able to get through the group interrog. on the one-on-one interviews, they gonna ask you for the zip code? I' re so jumpy about the board. When yours is at 9:00 in the morning, it means there's more than one group.

on the one-on-one interviews, they gonna ask you for the zip code? When yours is at 9:00 in the morning, it means there's more than one group. You know if one of the Costa Mesaers is gonna come at 1:00 or another time?

There were only ATA folks recruited, I spoke to 8 folks who were recruited, and all of them were ATA ex-flight escorts and went without a job because their firm went down. I and 2 other guys were one of the few who made it to the second one. WIR have passed the first group interviews.

Though I know I was really good on the 1 to 1, it seemed from the beginning of the interviews that she didn't take any notice of me. Well, I wasn't employed. The guy who was in Glendale, California, said: There were only ATA folks recruited, I spoke to 8 folks who were recruited, and all of them were ATA ex-flight escorts and went without a job because their firm went down.

I and 2 other guys were one of the few who made it to the second one. WIR have passed the first group interviews. Though I know I was really good on the 1 to 1, it seemed from the beginning of the interviews that she didn't take any notice of me.

They didn't hire me. I' m a former ATA first and I was at the SEA and I made it to the podium that I have on the twenty-two. UND all the folks you say have been recruited by ATA are not recruited, nor have they just made it to the panels.

NO ONE hasn't been signed up yet. Might it be that the simple fact is that the folks who made it into the ATA panels just knew how to do a good job interviewing and what to say? You know if one of the Costa Mesaers is gonna come at 1:00 or another time? Costa Mesa folk will be holding the panels on the28th.

I' m a former ATA first and I was at the SEA and I made it to the podium that I have on the twenty-two. UND all the folks you say have been recruited by ATA are not recruited, nor have they just made it to the panels.

NO ONE hasn't been signed up yet. Might it be that the simple fact is that the folks who made it into the ATA panels just knew how to do a good job interviewing and what to say? I don't give a damn who's looking at it. 100% of the guys who went to the panels were former ATA flight attendants. What's the matter?

who made it to the panels. As I had my 1 to 1 interviews, I felt like she really didn't take any notice of me. Like in the past, she knew I wouldn't come to the podium. For your information, Tiff (I'm not trying to get you to the point, or slap you in the face), almost all of us were asked the same question.

Ask me a question like this where I got the answer from the steward. I' ve also been told that 10 year olds or less of customer support are not employed. I don't give a damn who's looking at it. 100% of the guys who went to the panels were former ATA cabin mates.

who made it to the panels. As I had my 1 to 1 interviews, I felt like she really didn't take any notice of me. Like in the past, she knew I wouldn't come to the podium. For your information, Tiff (I'm not trying to get you to the point, or slap you in the face), almost all of us were asked the same question.

Ask me a question like this where I got the answer from the steward. I' ve also been told that 10 year olds or less of customer care are not employed. Now, I've been asked these and other things. Up to the 10 years or less that are not employed, the hypothesis is incorrect.

I' ve seen guys who have a lot less than 10 years and I' ve been recruited. Really I think you should take heed of who's looking at this board. When you want to be a representative of such a prestigious organization as Alaska, you should act with a sense of mutual respect as well as professionality in all areas of your work.

On my interviews I saw some guys who made it to the panels (actually a really friendly woman who drove me to the plane in SEA), wasn't a former ATA f/a or even a former cabin mate. I' m sure there are those who managed to speak at the Costa Mesa interviews who are not former ATAs.

I also think that Alaska is respecting that every employee of our company has the feeling that we were a member of an active community and the allegiance that we all felt towards it. Like all the other guys we are there in the group interviews... I listened to what you said... and yes, you are very good and you had some great tales... Be proud of yourself that you made it this far... I and many other guys were rejected by other airlines.

And don't accuse a particular working group... That's not a good or proper presumption... We asked each of them individually and they all had different responses and different characters. But there are a lot of guys who weren't selected. I wish you the best of luck with your flight talks in the future. Mm-hmm. When you want to keep interviewing for other airlines.

Use the experience you learnt in the Alaska interviews as a tools for the next interviews... It was and is by far the best interviews I've ever had. And, be ready to see other ex-airline staff who can be there for the same jobs as you....Good luck...Ken, if you need help?

I am also a former ATA cabin attendant and was rejected by other airlines. Depending on the attitude of the carrier. Don't be so angry at the ATA FA' s who were at the AS interrog. All the best to you, Ken, study for your last one. I am also a former ATA cabin attendant and was rejected by other airlines.

Depending on the attitude of the carrier. Don't be so angry at the ATA FA' s who were at the AS interrog. All the best to you, Ken, study for your last one.

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