1 year to get promoted to be a leading? that's REALLY fast!
Hi LukeWhat's your job scope as CCE? Can share? :)
I was a CCE (T/C) which stands for cabin crew executive,training and check. In short, I trained the crew,appraised them on their work performances during flight. Besides, I was also a ward leader mentoring around 200 cabin crew of various ranks.
Seems to be easier to rise during your time.
You trained, appraise and was also a ward leader to some of the same crew?Seems like there could be some conflict of interest?
BT joined at a time when the airline was small and expanding aggressively.
Experience of Less then 10yrs to check on other people. No wonder most of the CCEs or those senior IFS's promoted long time ago were mostly out of touch as they have never really been in touch with cabin service in the 1st place.Always having unfeasible or unproductive demands.
Wah what an audacious statement to make! I'm sure uncle BT was well equipped to perform his duties despite the lack of experience on paper. A person with 5 years experience is not necessarily better than one with 2 years experience.What's important is how fast you can pick up. And uncle BT doesn't look slow like penyu (turtle) to me.
Wah, at least I've one reader who thought I was good enough to be promoted even though I was deem to have insufficient years of experience. To be honest, those were the years when SIA was a new and ambitious airline,expanding and acquiring new routes. SIA was short of crew and the best of whatever they had were promoted to lead and I was fortunate to be one of them.
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