If anything the TA initially semt a small flood of aps in to NJA. We'll see if the flood continues or turns into a drought. Me thinks famine with the Domicile system and no jumpseat agreement in place.KingDriver said:Does anyone know if the new domicile program has slowed the flow of applications to Netjets?
Bear in mind though that the company makes the assignment as part of the job offer. This means 2 things. First if you don't like the assignment you don't have to take the job. If you live in TEB and you turn it down because the company assigned you LAX, no one would blame you. Secondly, when the company invites you for an interview they know you live in TEB, so I would think you would not even get the interview if they were planning on assigning you to LAX.Correcting said:You could live on the TEB airport and NJA could assign you LAX. That's the key phrase in the contract. The company assigns your domicile.
Now you're probably thinking to yourself, "Oh, Netjets would never do something so stupid as to assign a new hire who lives near domicile city a different domicile from the one in which they live."
All I can say is don't be surprised when it happens to you.