EasyJet launches recruitment campaign for over-45s

EasyJet launches recruitment campaign for over-45s

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irline easyJet has launched a recruitment drive aimed at folks over the age of 45 to be part of their cabin crews.

Parents whose children have left the family residence or have began their very own careers and anybody wanting for a brand new profession later in life are amongst these being inspired to apply.

The airline said it has seen a 27 per cent improve in cabin crew over the age of 45 within the last 4 years, together with a 30 per cent improve in folks over 60 within the last year.

The new campaign follows research by easyJet which advised most over-45s would really like to tackle a brand new challenge as soon as their children have left residence.

The recruitment drive has been launched with a sequence of adverts that includes real-life cabin crew who’ve joined easyJet prior to now year.

Michael Brown, director of cabin services for easyJet, said: “Our people are at the heart of everything we do and it’s the warm welcome and fantastic customer service that our cabin crew are famous for.”

Source:standard.co.uk

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