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Employees rate Luton 2.7% higher than the overall average
I have been working at easyJet as a contractor (Less than a year)
easyJet represents the growth mindset
I'm a new joiner so far, so I haven't flagged the downsides yet, however as a the space for improvement I would mention the fact that during big sessions like People Stand Up/Crisis management training people who run it and the audience of high profile in the room tend not to introduce themselves and area of business they represent. Same happens when they refer to managers/specialists in the room only by name and for a new joiner like myself I have found it difficult to figure out in what context they are about to speak.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at easyJet (Luton, East of England, England) in October 2017.
The day stated it would start at 8:30am but most had arrived around 8am. You had to sign in and then go to the canteen. When I arrived I noticed everyone was already chatting and in high spirits, it turns out most of them were from monarch. They called us in groups to get our paperwork looked at and then to get our heights taken down. As it was a big group this took about an hour or so. We were then taken into a room where we were shown a short presentation and we could ask questions and demonstrate information that we knew (you don’t have to, no one took any notes down to say who did speak up) and then we were told what group activities we would do. We had 3 groups activities and we were moved around the tables. You’ve just got to speak clearly, don’t talk over people and make your suggestions heard but don’t make it forceful. We then split for lunch whilst they decided who would come back to do the interviews. After lunch we went back into the same room and we were told we would be split into 3 groups, one group then left and the rest of us stayed and found out we had an interview. A lot of people from monarch didn’t make it, I think it was due to them sticking together and not talking to anyone else, because that shows they wouldn’t integrate well if they got the job. We then were given an interview time and waited downstairs with a form to complete whilst we waited. Overall it was a fantastic day, the assessors are lovely and so encouraging and friendly! Such a warm and welcoming assessment day compared to some other companies!