Benefit and allowances in QA
I applied for a job at Qatar Airlines. They haven't returned me yet, but I would like to inquire about the benefits and especially the training and accommodation offerings.
I am married and have 2 children
Can someone help me?
EDIT: Benefits for each employee would vary between the specific role and packages. The most accurate information can be found on the company's job listing. If there isn't any. You can contact QA helpline and ask them to forward your query to recruitment.
accha, it is quite common in a decent company to acknowledge the receipt of an incoming e-mail, even if it is just an automated one. Qatar Airways fails to show the minimal respect for applicants, but that seems to be the norm in Qatar anyway.
As I have stated in my very first comment, you need to be patient. Unfortunately, you retaliated calling me a "novice".It appears you hold the view that yours is the only job application Qatar Airways has in hand to handle and you expected a reply from them within a day from after you filed your application. Things don't work that way young man. Your last post makes me now sure you are a very restless person.
I applied on December 13, and my application status still looks ''new''
deadline for application is 26 december 2019
But the heart wants what it wants. :( :( :(
Maybe you should check this website: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Qatar-Airways/reviews
Mr. Daniel Schriefer,
Do they even look at our applications? I wish i could have the opportunity to work there :( :(
Senior Ticketing Agent (Former Employee) - QA - October 13, 2019
Terrible to say the least, fear mongering work culture and most of us just follow whatever they say because we didn’t want to lose our job because it is a good paying job but not life fulfilling and cannot build family especially if you’re a woman, you need approval to get married and I was once declined of such, unable to move outside company accommodation and everything there is nepotism, it depends on who knows who then you will get what you want, worked there for 6 years, applied for higher position or same level position in other departments but never given a chance and I have a doctorate degree...Terrible CEO, he will fire someone for not being found using a hat straight or when he is in bad mood.
free uniform, affordable monthly transportation to and fro office, provided company accommodation with restrictions
no lunch break, work 6 days a week and often 14days nonstop if noone want to work on weekends, cannot live outside company accommodation before you get marriage approval, company too much into employees’ personal business even relationship wise
I will not go into this discussion any more.
if you want to help, you can ask the details of my application and exactly what I want to know
if you want to argue or criticize this is my post please let me take you out.
If you are flying over to your job which I am presuming as you have not clarified in your comment, then it is very unusual that you did not bother to ask these question at the time of your interview. And now you want people to give you the answers which may or may not apply to your case as different positions come with different benefits. If you are a "mature" person you should be aware of that by now. Also, where in your posts have you stated the position you have applied for? And the best part is that as it appears from your post you have not yet got an interview call. You are simply still in a state of "dreaming."
By the way, here is a piece of advice from a "novice" as you have branded me: If you put your feet in two boats at the same time, you will end up landing in the water with a splash and getting your own bottom wet.
Thank you very much for your sincere reply. But I'm already flying on a plane :) and I got another offer. As a result, I need to make a decision before the interview. You're like a novice judge, you judge before you try.
Mr Aviator: You have begun flying even before entering the plane.
Yours is a pure case of "counting the chickens before they hatch."
Be patient young man, and save all your questions for the time of the interview.