Mission: We’re on board, on the platform, in the depot and on the phones.
We feel at home in three countries and work like we’re all in one.
We’re a mixed up mélange of many cultures and draw inspiration from all of ...
I worked at Eurostar International full-time
Amazing company with a futuristic product and service.
None that I can think of.
Advice to Management
Promote the product and service more.... and sort out the Loyalty club - it doesn't work for loyal customers, far too complex
I applied online. I interviewed at Eurostar International (London, England) in September 2017.
Recruiter called me saying she wanted to have a phone interview. I asked for more details of the position as I sent my cv to their website more than 2 months ago. She got annoyed, she said it was a crew position. I insisted in more details and she told me in a rude and sarcastic way "I guess you are not interested". I said I'm very interested and that why I was asking for more details. She said her manager would sent an email with details after this phone interview. Again I had to say I would like to have details of the job opportunity before being interviewing. She said I guess you aren't interested and hang up the phone.