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Delphi

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I understand that Netjet ask new hires to sign a 2 yrs contract, is their any other requirement at Netjet:confused
 

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you are required to sign a 2-year "training contract". if you voluntarily leave within the first 12 months, you pay the full amount. if you leave 12-24 months, you pay 50% of the amount. after 24 months, you pay nothing.

the contract is being enforced. they (mgt - the pilots and union don't agree with it) are using a national collection agency for enforcing the repayment. i've heard of several pilots being pursued by this collection agency and their attorny. it does go on your credit report as a non-payment.

the other "2-year" issue you may have heard about is a 2-year equipment lock (or seat lock). once assigned to your initial a/c, you are in it for 2 years. however, you can upgrade in that type. also, if pilots are needed in another fleet, they sometimes release seatlocks co-wide to fill those positions.
 

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Is Netjet also asking for resignations letters from current company of employment?
 

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JP11 said:
For what it's worth...
I did my own resignation letter, and NJ had nothing to do with it.
JP
I think Bizjet737 was referring to resigning the seniority number when leaving a 121 carrier (ie...the furloughed guys).
 
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