early starts but is a very highly respected job. meet new people every day and make a lot of new friends. can go to different countrys to work when having a lot of airport experience. I learned a lot about the airport when before I started I wouldn't even know my way around and have a better understanding on how the airport is run. management can be really busy so it feels like they don't have time for you at times. hardest part of the job was the early mornings. most enjoyable was the job itself and meeting new people and trying to better your career in the airport
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Check in agent (Former Employee) – Dublin Airport, County Dublin – 13 November 2019
Disgraceful company to work for, 4 hour shifts starting at 5 or 6 in the morning for low rate an hour. Supervisors very un-professional, treat staff very badly. Anyone I know that works there is constantly sick, I would put this down to the continuous stressful envirnment with no support from management!