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 Post subject: Medical
PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 5:13 am 
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Hey guys!
So I got a call on Friday that they will be moving forward to my criminal background check (which I've now done) and on Tuesday my medical.
What did you wear to the medical exam? I'm torn if I should still be dressing for the job, or if jeans and a shirt would do. Thanks for your input!



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 Post subject: Re: Medical
PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 5:44 pm 
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You can go in shorts and a t shirt if you want. It's a third party place. Show up pee in the cup wait ten minutes and go home


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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Business casual at the least..


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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I wore jeans, a hoodie, and sneakers, and I was the best dressed sumbitch in that entire place by FAR.


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 6:07 am 
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This is too late for the OP, but for any new-hire candidates going forward, Swervin is right - business casual.

Do not show up in jeans and a hoodie.
The medical is paid for by Jazz and is a requirement of your potential employment with the company and as such you are carrying out company business.

Might as well get used to it now. If you get hired you will be dressing in uniform or business casual for the rest of your airline career.

Good luck.



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 Post subject: Re: Medical
PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 9:35 am 
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rxl wrote:
This is too late for the OP, but for any new-hire candidates going forward, Swervin is right - business casual.

Do not show up in jeans and a hoodie.
The medical is paid for by Jazz and is a requirement of your potential employment with the company and as such you are carrying out company business.

Might as well get used to it now. If you get hired you will be dressing in uniform or business casual for the rest of your airline career.

Good luck.



I agree with this statement. You are a potential candidate pilot for Jazz and you need to present yourself professionally, every time you represent the company or you are conducting business on their behalf.



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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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Just wear clean jeans and a polo. If it's good enough to travel on passes, it's good enough to go pee in a cup.


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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I agree with Mr Tusk. You guys are reading into this to much. Just wear jeans and a sweater. The company is not assessing what you wear nor do they care.


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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By the time you reach this point the company WANTS to hire you. You've passed basically everything and this is the final step. They're not going to PFO you because the pee center called and said you were wearing sneakers or a hoodie.

Now... they might if the medical place calls and said you were rude. So dress well enough, be polite, say thank you at the end and be done. Simple.



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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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Is the jazz medical like a class 1 exam?


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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No it is just a drug test. At least that's what it was for me last year. Doubt they've changed it.


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 Post subject: Re: Medical
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Did mine yesterday. Just a drug test.


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