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Employees rate Luton 4.6% lower than the overall average
I have been working at easyJet full-time (More than a year)
Working at easyJet is really fun. It is a bold and vibrant place to work, they do fun things for their employees. The company is huge, so it's hard to get to know everyone. There is a great environment even in tough moments. It is not for everyone, but if you match the "orange spirit" and type of person they're looking for it is a great place to work.
Great to work pan-European.
Location is tough; if you don't live in the area you will hate the commute, traffic is awful. You have to park in a car park and get a bus to and from the office, so it adds around 10-15 mins to your commute.
They work you hard, there's lots of be done and as it's a 24 hour operation and the expectation of work emails being on all the time is there at Head Office, like most large companies.
Advice to Management
Spend money on your people, make them feel valued.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at easyJet (Luton, South West England, England) in February 2017.
I applied online and was invited to an assesment day at The Easy Jet Academy in Luton.
The AD started at 8.30am, there was around 30 people on the day. First they check your documents and measure your height, then a presentation about the company and you can ask questions.
We then did 3 different group activities which involved problem solving and a mini presentation, an assessor is sat with your group the whole time. It was really fun and very relaxed!
After lunch we were then split into groups and one group was successful and the others went home. We had another presentation about Easy Jet where they talked about salary/rosters etc and you can ask questions. Then we were given an interview time and waited around for an interview.
It was a very organised day unlike some other airline AD's. A few days later I got an email and was successful!