Ryan Coke2 wrote:So because they are telling you that you will be treated equally with other applicants, that causes you to have a resentful attitude? (If I read you right).
Do you feel you are owed special treatement?
I totally feel for what everyone at Harmony must be going through, but you attitude seems out of line. Enjoy the opportunity with Parc, I'm sure it will be better than having to deal with our 'Wesjetitude'---for all of us.
Hopefully I'll get to work with some of the other Harmony folks that may end up here, without the resentment.
But still, I wish you the best in this trying time.
You don't read me right. I don't expect anything and I am not resentful.
I certainly don't feel Harmony pilots are owed
special treatment but WJ set that expectation. Especially on day one of the fair when some pilots were told that their applications would be given priority. Then on day 2, when Gina arrives, pilots are essentially told, your experience/background will not make any difference to your application, you are at the bottom of the list. The false hope was quite disappointing to those that are interested in WJ.
Let me ask you, do you think all 1600 applications on file at WJ are equal? Does WJ interview/hire strictly based on the date of ones application or do they consider qualification/experience?
Having said all that, maybe there has been some mis-communication/mis-understanding and WJ does see value in the Harmony pilots'.
I can say without a doubt, if you do get to work with any of these pilots you will indeed find them to be of the highest standard both personally and professionally. I hope to have the pleasure of crossing paths with any/all of them in the future.