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Taille de l'entreprise : Grande (Plus de 500 employés)

Industrie : Tourisme, Voyage, Transport de passagers

  • This company is the worst company I have ever stepped-foot in. The management was horrible, they did not know how to manage properly. It was impossible to go straight to the source without everyone knowing what your problem was. This company says we succeed be I care. Or we are "OWNERS" is just so fake and phoney. I'm glad I no longer work for them. They pretend and put a front to show that they really do like the job and that they are happy. But really the people there are miserable and I always see them doing nothing. They just stand around and talk and boss other employees around. It is overall the worst company and they make it look so great and friendly. When really it is entirely the opposite.

    Publié le 6 janvier 2012 par Évaluateur #97 | Signaler comme inapproprié

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I worked for westjet almost 7 yrs ago and at the time found it to be very clicky, not very well managed, juvenile behaviour of the majority of the employees was unreal and lastly the pay and benefits were substandard. I don't regret leaving.

Publié le 24 juillet 2012

92% is a fabricated number. The executive team does what it wants and employs a well-thought out brainwashing session to make dissenters believe they are in the minority.

This is the most manipulative, unethical, ruthless company I have ever worked for.

Publié le 5 juin 2012

it passed 92% wow! maybe it was 29% and someone tampered with the numbers. The experience I had at west jet was horrible. I hope no one has to go through what I went through. It was a nightmare.

Publié le 14 mai 2012

In response to 'comments 2' - the executive does listen to employees when making big decisions - you won't survive as a leader otherwise, because people are passionate enough to make their voices heard. The recent regional airline decision was a good example, every employee was given the opportunity to air their concerns and these were addressed, usually in person, by the executives. They wouldn't have gone ahead with the regional airline if they didn't have a strong employee mandate (I think it passed with 92% vote in favour).

Publié le 8 mai 2012

Worked @ WJ for over 7 years, and worked for other large companies in YYC previous. WJ definitely has a functioning, effective culture that promotes ownership and accountability. This is NOT for everyone, but if it is you, then you'll likely enjoy working here more than most places.

Publié le 8 mai 2012

Profitability doesn't mean it's a great place to work. I love how our society is so focused on generating revenue that they have forgotten about things that really matter - like employee engagement, employee rights. It's a horrible place to work. Yes, there are worse places, but that doesn't mean the problems at WestJet aren't a horrible thing to endure by the workers...but thanks for invalidating our plight by making profits the #1 measure of this company's employability.

Publié le 11 avril 2012

Such terrible management they have only been profitable for 27 quarters in a row. In aggregate airlines have lost 60 billion over the last 30 years. You may have not enjoyed working for them but clearly they are doing something right.

Publié le 29 mars 2012

To me, it seems like 2 bitter ex employees. I work at westjet, as a customer service agent. I have a degree in business, and have seen the ups and downs at Westjet. There are a lot of people I work with that are super gun ho westjet, but I do try to look at all perspectives and do whats best for me and my family. I find that westjet has given great opportunities, and all tho yes at times management put in place isnt the best, I argue that it is the worse. I have worked in maky sectors, from customer service, factory work, office work... and have not had an open system that allows me to still have a say in the companies direction. From my perspective, seems like a few ex employees who are slightly angry about their experiences with Westjet. I argue to differ.

Publié le 13 février 2012

As a non-employee, I will ask a present or past employee of WestJet to translate the following quote from the CEO concerning a possible expansion:

"One of the cornerstones of our success is engaging with employees early on in key decisions and I am confident they will see the strategic value of this initiative. Once our employees have had the opportunity to share their input, we will be in a better position to make a sound decision rooted in employee feedback and engagement".

Somehow, based on the previous reviews and comments, I suspect this is just a hollow statement. Any thoughts on this??

Publié le 16 janvier 2012

yes I agree! It's really marketing that lures you in. Too bad everyone there was brainwashed by the benefits and fake image at Culture training. They don't see the real problem. The real problem is in front of there very own eyes. The only way you could possibly work for WestJet is if your naive and ignorant.

Publié le 14 janvier 2012

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