There's nothing magical about it. Major airlines have big cabin crew and flight crew staff numbers. It is not that different from an office in principle. Reporting lines are just independent of location. Nowadays with computers, email and cell phones it is quite a manageable problem.
Heck, when I worked in sales at a certain company I would never go to the office since it was six hours flight time away. We were all spread around the country and the globe and we traveled all the time. When we weren't traveling we worked from home. The sales team would meet a few times a year somewhere. Otherwise it was all phone and email.
There is probably a head of in flight services or the like. Obviously, however, there will be a hierarchy under said person. So you'd have a head per fleet (or however the company divides things), and sub-heads of departments. You also have levels of cabin staff, such as senior crew ranks, in flight service directors and so forth. You have auditors who check performance, etc etc...
Parts of the office would be. Certainly if you have flights arriving and departing at all hours you need briefing facilities and so forth to also be open. There would also be service facilities open at all hours, like numbers for information and such.
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what will happen when the management want to see a cabin crew member? what about the opposite?
They schedule an appointment.
[Edited 2013-05-27 14:38:13]
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