AviationCV.com, a comprehensive HR services provider engaged in the business of aviation personnel selection, training and post-delivery support, is delighted to announce the launch of the mobile version of its aviation job search platform. Multiple airlines, MRO providers and other industry players who have already grown to appreciate online access to a wide variety of potential industry employees, can now browse through potential candidates via a new, mobile-friendly platform version.
It is often said that pilots and flight attendants have one of the most stressful jobs out there. They fly extensive hours, cross numerous time zones and, most of the time, are 30 000 ft above ground. Due to job related stress, wish for fun or just a shear desire of a little celebration now and then, some pilots do seem to enjoy their bottoms up a tiny bit more than the others.View more
According to the National Institute for Play, having fun at work can significantly boost productivity. However, few would argue that when it comes to aviation, it is not the industry for those who tend to fiddle while Rome burns. Unfortunately, some aviation ‘professionals’ still sometimes surrender to the temptation of hamming it up… whilst 30 000ft in the air and in charge of a plane full of passengers. However, if I, by any chance, had found myself amongst the passengers flying on a plane operated by one of these pilots, I would probably be more afraid of laughing myself to death rather than falling 30 000ft down into the ocean…View more
According to the latest Jobvite survey, more than 75% of enterprises are planning to increase their spending on recruitment via social networks in 2015. This comes as no surprise, considering that currently about 2 billion people on earth are using social media every single day – pilots, flight crew and other aviation workers included. As a result, in aviation and other industries social media is becoming a key tool in shaping brand image as well as attracting new talent. Nonetheless, while social media may serve as a beneficial aid in most cases, one silly move on Facebook can also send you downhill, fast.View more