The high cost of security checks and training for pilots and attendants alike means that airlines are particularly invested in holding on to them.
With so many airlines in the world, it can be hard to assess which ones are the best employers. But a sure sign of a good employer is one who holds on to staff the longest.
That’s why Resume.io analyzed LinkedIn data on the median tenure of employees to uncover which airlines struggle with staff turnover – and where employees stay the longest: https://resume.io/blog/the-companies-employees-dont-want-to-leave
These 10 airlines are best at retaining employees:
- Over half (11/20) of the top 20 overall companies that keep their employees the longest are airlines.
- The high cost of security checks and training for pilots and attendants alike means that airlines are particularly invested in holding on to them.
- Generous stopover allowances and flight discounts are effective retainers, especially when they accrue with long service.
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