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Anonymous shared this review of American Airlines, United States on Aug 9th, 2019
"Remember to keep networking in order to advance in this company."
Anonymous shared this review of American Airlines on Jul 10th, 2018
"Ask a lot of questions up front about flexibility, benefits, etc. "
Anonymous shared this review of American Airlines on Sep 24th, 2017
"Communication and developing a relationship with your supervisor is important"
Anonymous shared this review of American Airlines on Jul 16th, 2017
"If you're starting in an entry level position, it will take a long time many promotions to get to an acceptable pay grade. "
Anonymous shared this review of American Airlines on Aug 9th, 2016
"The biggest problem was other women who think they have to be men in a male-dominated industry, and who are threatened by other strong women. This is a review of U.S. Airways"
Anonymous shared this review of American Airlines on Mar 25th, 2016
"Good equal opportunities. Airline work is seniority bid based. If you're looking for weekends and holidays off, keep looking..."
"The women in leadership roles in my large department are a variety--some aggressive and favorite-playing, some kind and openly helpful. Management is still male-dominated, probably because flying is a "man's world," especially at a large, legacy carrier like this one. Other departments seem to have strong women who are also kind, but I think they've had to play some untenable games to get there. The board, making the largest spending and strategy decisions, is primarily men."
"The maternity leave is only up to 8 weeks and can be less, and will come out of any sick/vacation time you have acquired. I worked here for 4 years in reservations as well as customer service at the airport. Those positions are in the same Union. Maternity leave may be different for other unions. Other than lack of decent maternity benefits it is a unionized position and everyone is treated equally."