Spoken like a true chicken-hearted quitter. Have you ever fought for ANYTHING in your life? You must be one of those lucky people who can afford to just hop around from place to place until you find something easy enough...brewerdog said:it's time to sh!t or get off the pot, if you are so unhappy where you work; QUIT, stop whining, get on with your lives, change fields if you think piloting is such a bad job
No he's probably the type of guy that has enough guts to actually do something about his own unhappiness as opposed to blaming it on someone else or just simply staying put and making everyone else miserable as well. There's definately two different types of philosophies on this board. Those that believe it's management's responsibility to make the employee happy and those that believe that it's their own. Management only has to provide a safe place to work at something above minimum wage and it's the employee's place to establish the value of their services. You for the most part named your price when YOU decided to go to work for BELOW industry standard. You've all now realized that NetJets is nothing more than a glorified charter operation (your words, not mine) and now you're fighting for a cause.acaTerry said:Spoken like a true chicken-hearted quitter. Have you ever fought for ANYTHING in your life? You must be one of those lucky people who can afford to just hop around from place to place until you find something easy enough...
I wouldn't expect you to get the point. It's simply supply and demand. It's no secret that they're more qualified pilots than jobs so the is an inherent downword pressure on the salary scales. Then of course we have certain pilots that amplify this negative by accepting positions for below market value. The employers that do pay a goood wage subscribe to the theory that they get what they pay for. NetJets seems to have gotten a bunch of whiners, proves the theory. Face it, you went to work for below market value so you could be a part of "the next greatest thing" in aviation. You now have realized that it is indeed glorified charter...acaTerry said:h25b
Your reply is pointless and holds no ground. If the premise of your point held true, ALL jobs in the WHOLE world would pay poorly and there would be no industry standard. the only reason any employer will payt a good wage is if they are somehow forced to.
This is true. Also heard that NJA is NOT hiring next year. They will not make their stated mins this year.The last class was cancelled b/c nobody showed up.
I think the recruiting situation at NetJets is unique and the related difficulty corresponds directly to the every nearing end to the labor situation... I don't think the regionals are having any difficulty getting people with 2000 TT to apply...acaTerry said:"Supply and Demand"
I see you took Economics 101. You probably got a C. Once again, pointless rhetoric. The last class was cancelled b/c nobody showed up. Looks like the expectations of pilots with high qualifications is a little high.
"This ain't no little regional airline with 500 hour minimums."
BTW, cute kid, yours?