Jetstar charges job applicants for an interview

Discussion in 'Jetstar' started by Yada Yada, Jul 14, 2006.

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  1. Yada Yada

    Yada Yada Established Member

    Dec 6, 2004
    It seems there is still a lot of competition out there for flight crew jobs.

  2. bravoecho1

    bravoecho1 Member

    Sep 10, 2004
    Yada Yada,

    I totally agree. The name escape me but there is a recruitment company that now handles a number of airlines.

    If memory serves me correctly, I think if you keep applying to QF there is also a fee, but don't quote me on that.
  3. drron

    drron Enthusiast

    Jul 4, 2002
    Sunshine Coast
    Part of the fee is for a personality test.So if they find one you miss out?
  4. Yada Yada

    Yada Yada Established Member

    Dec 6, 2004
    If they find one and it's grumpy, you are sent to the Qantas HR department. :eek: :mrgreen:
  5. N860CR

    N860CR Established Member

    Nov 30, 2004
    Brisbane & Sydney
    If they find one, and its grumpy, rude and lacking totally in any customer focus - then you're offered the job!
  6. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

    Jun 4, 2005
    Does anyone know the name of the personality assessment that is used in this process?
  7. Commuter

    Commuter Active Member

    Jun 14, 2006
    If I recall correctly, Ryanair was charging pilot applicants £50 just to lodge an application. They might still be doing that too :-|
  8. JohnK

    JohnK Veteran Member

    Mar 22, 2005
    BNE, SYD and CNX
    You need to pay jetstar for the privilige of applying for a job with them. :confused:

    What a nice little money spinner that could become for jetstar. Hire the people they need but then continue to advertise for positions that do not exist. No need to fly passengers to make money but entice potential flight attendants to apply for a job regularly.
  9. Mal

    Mal Enthusiast

    Dec 25, 2004
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    I think this article is at least a little beat up against Jetstar.

    Many employers pass on costs for various expenses related to job applications. (And no I'm not talking about certain jobs where they're happy to fly you around the world for interviews)

    I agree that certain payments should not have to be made until the employee is offered a job (eg the Security check) and I think other payments should be bourne by Jetstar (eg the Psych check) rather than the applicant, but unfortunately that's the world we live in...

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