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Old 03-28-2020, 08:34 PM   #241  
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Recruitment has a job to do. We must be ready to go when they call. When they do we would be way behind the power curve if we did not have video screens complete and ready for face to face. Our process sets the candidate up for the best chance for success on interview by doing a lot of the work ahead of time. Please understand that it may take awhile but you are in the process until you are told your not.
If you receive the flight training addendum does this mean that you "passed" the phone screen?
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If you receive the flight training addendum does this mean that you "passed" the phone screen?
Yes. Else you'd get TBNT.
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Old 03-29-2020, 03:44 AM   #243  
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If you receive the flight training addendum does this mean that you "passed" the phone screen?
No it does not because they have not looked at your flight training addendum. The F2F would be how you really knew you passed the phone screen. There could be a long wait to get the F2F with all things considered. You are in the process unless you are informed you are no longer in the process.
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No it does not because they have not looked at your flight training addendum. The F2F would be how you really knew you passed the phone screen. There could be a long wait to get the F2F with all things considered. You are in the process unless you are informed you are no longer in the process.
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Old 04-07-2020, 04:09 PM   #245  
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Audio interview April 1st. TBNT thanks today, April 7th. I felt I did decent.

Questions were not what was on any of the gouges, other than the typical 5. Got those, and these 3:

1. What are two specific things you know about jet blue and how do they impact your interest to work at jet blue?

2. Out of all of your roles, which one did you like the least? What did you not like about it?

3. If hired at jet blue, what would contribute to your continued interest to remain employed at jet blue?
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Audio interview April 1st. TBNT thanks today, April 7th. I felt I did decent.

Questions were not what was on any of the gouges, other than the typical 5. Got those, and these 3:

1. What are two specific things you know about jet blue and how do they impact your interest to work at jet blue?

2. Out of all of your roles, which one did you like the least? What did you not like about it?

3. If hired at jet blue, what would contribute to your continued interest to remain employed at jet blue?
Not sure why you got a TBNT, but if you actually do TBNT, maybe get the name of the company correct. It might help.
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Audio interview April 1st. TBNT thanks today, April 7th. I felt I did decent.

Questions were not what was on any of the gouges, other than the typical 5. Got those, and these 3:

1. What are two specific things you know about jet blue and how do they impact your interest to work at jet blue?

2. Out of all of your roles, which one did you like the least? What did you not like about it?

3. If hired at jet blue, what would contribute to your continued interest to remain employed at jet blue?
Sorry you got the TBNT. Not sure what your responses to the questions were. From what I've read if it seems like jetBlue isn't the place you want to retire from in your answers you'll probably get the TBNT. Depending on how you answered the second question may also hurt you from what I've researched.
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Sorry you got the TBNT. Not sure what your responses to the questions were. From what I've read if it seems like jetBlue isn't the place you want to retire from in your answers you'll probably get the TBNT. Depending on how you answered the second question may also hurt you from what I've researched.
I feel I made it pretty clear that JetBlue was somewhere I wanted to stay, and that's the truth. I want my next job to potentially be my retirement job if I'm happy.

The second question I stated that I enjoyed all of my jobs, but the toughest was my most recent role as Captain. Hit on a couple points without speaking negatively of the company. Maybe didn't sound very fluid since I was referencing prep notes. Who knows. In my head it sounded good haha

No worries though. Life goes on in this ever-changing industry. Just thought maybe I could help someone else out.
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Not sure why you got a TBNT, but if you actually do TBNT, maybe get the name of the company correct. It might help.
Thanks for the helpful insight.
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I feel I made it pretty clear that JetBlue was somewhere I wanted to stay, and that's the truth. I want my next job to potentially be my retirement job if I'm happy.

The second question I stated that I enjoyed all of my jobs, but the toughest was my most recent role as Captain. Hit on a couple points without speaking negatively of the company. Maybe didn't sound very fluid since I was referencing prep notes. Who knows. In my head it sounded good haha

No worries though. Life goes on in this ever-changing industry. Just thought maybe I could help someone else out.
Thanks for the updated phone screen gouge. Hopefully you land on your feet somewhere good, be it at jetblue or wherever else.
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