Hrm Approaches And Policies Of British Airways

1012 WordsDec 10, 20155 Pages
In this essays I will be looking at the HRM approaches and policies of British Airways British Airways, “often shortened to BA, is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom and the largest airline in the United Kingdom based on fleet size. When measured by passengers carried, it is second largest in United Kingdom”. It now serves over 170 destinations worldwide in over 80 from cities, family holidays in North America to Africa, or relaxing on the Caribbean Islands or a taste of Asia. When applying for a job with British Airways there are a few stages that an applicant has to go through before a job offer with BA. The stages are finding the job vacancy. That maybe in the papers, on a recruitment website or BA own career site. This will be a vacancy that has been drawn up with the overall specification of the job this is to entice and attract new candidates. First, you have to fill in an online application form. This will help the company to ascertain wither or not you are suitable or have the correct skills for the job you are applying. A Cover letter or CV. Will help to emphasise your skills and your education history, it will give the company a glimpse of what type of person you are, and your work history. A Location Interview is where applicant are invite to a day of testing. This could be to check out travel documents, view certificates, and a visual check to ensure you are the correct height. Most airlines do not employee people with visible tattoo especially for
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