|Quoting Planespotting (Reply 1):|
Eh, that sounds about right actually...if he is the Supervisor of all the ramp supervisors
|Quoting NASOCEANA (Reply 2):|
Planespotting is right on! The $125,000 salary is actually $15,000 less than the average for this position in the ORD area.
|Quoting Alberchico (Reply 6):|
are these jobs only gotten by ''connections'' or does anybody with a degree and years of experience have a shot ???
|Quoting Planespotting (Reply 7):|
all of the ramp activity that goes on for United Airlines at Chicago O'hare during a particular time...
|Quoting Alberchico (Reply 8):|
Wait a second. You mean this guy is in charge of all United movements at O'Hare, bascally the largest airport in the world ???
|Quoting Mycrj17 (Thread starter):|
My ex station lead is telling his co-workers that he got hired ...... and it will pay $125,000 a year... Do you think that is bull-poo
|Quoting Mycrj17 (Thread starter):
he got hired at UA as a Supervisor that will watch over all of the supervisor's on the ramp at ORD, and itrnwill pay $125,000 a year...
|Quoting BoeingFever777 (Reply 11):|
If you ask me it sounds totally ridiculous if you are paying that salary for a lead-sup. Also why would someone in that position brag about his pay to his co-workers? Sounds like he is an arrogant supervisor and will lose his job soon if he runs his mouth off like that to his colleagues.
|Quoting Airwave (Reply 5):|
I wonder what some of the bennies are at that income level. Has UA restructured that side of HR yet or not? I recall several professors of mine mentioning that benefits packages can account for anywhere from 30-60% of total compensation, so I wonder how this stacks up.
|Quoting Mycrj17 (Reply 19):|
I know that the guy worked at NW for 2 years and was fired, forgot why.Then he got a lead spot at OH at MDW, had no clue how to do his job, then the station manager at the time was fired at MDW for a drug test,and he took over the station manager spot at MDW and the whole station is going to hell...
|Quoting Flypdx (Reply 20):|
This job sounds like one that would go to someone already with the company...