cut-e has a proven track record working with airlines
cut-e has a proven track record working with some of the world’s largest and most respected aviation companies across all areas of their business. Whether with ground staff, flight analysts, cabin crew, apprentices, pilots or head office staff, cut-e has expertise in running efficient and effective recruitment processes.
There is increasing pressure to attract and recruit the best people into the aviation industry whilst simultaneously reducing costs and time-to-hire. Companies need both proven and sustainable recruitment processes and selection tools that work across disparate geographies, in multiple languages, online and can be supported by a relatively small in-house recruitment team. But a solid attraction, recruitment and engagement process is more than just the tools you choose to deploy.
The predictive power of assessment for pilot selection
This White Paper explains how airline recruiters can now select pilots by predicting which candidates will safely and successfully fulfil the different requirements of the role. As well as the practical skills required to fly an aircraft, the paper highlights that pilots need:
- Interactive competencies (leadership, teamwork and interpersonal skills to manage the crew and cooperate with control towers, ground crew, air traffic control and flight dispatchers; the ability to give clear guidelines, resolve conflict and take charge in the event of threat, error or misfortune).
- Operational competencies (safety orientation; situational awareness; the ability to detect and manage errors; decision-making; planning and organising as well as customer and commercial orientation).
- Motivational competencies (self discipline; self management; assertiveness; resilience; drive; stress resistance and self development).
easyJet: Achieving return on investment through Online Assessment
Achieving process efficiency, quality of hire and return on investment through Online Assessment. David Barrett, COO cut-e, speaks about how to maximise ROI and presents the optimised talent strategy for cabin crew, pilots and graduates at easyJet.
Airline recruitment trends and challenges
Job seekers are attracted to airlines because of their strong brands, the training they provide and the international career opportunities they offer. However, there are four clear characteristics that make airline recruitment unusually challenging, particularly when you’re recruiting flight professionals.
David Barrett explains the key challenges facing airline recruiters - and how to overcome them.
cut-e Global Aviation Talent Summit
cut-e ran the second global Aviation Talent Summit in October 2016. The summit was sponsored by Etihad. It was two days of great presentations, networking and case studies.
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Dubai Duty Free about cut-e
"Since adopting cut-e's online assessment tools, we've been able to save significant time and resource in identifying the right people for our company."
easyJet about cut-e
”We developed a situational judgement questionnaire with cut-e in conjunction with out high-performing cabin crew members, and this now provides us with a great assessment of success within our easyJet cabin crew culture."
Finnair about cut-e
”cut-e tools have helped us in making our pilot and cabin crew recruitments more structured and accurate, with tailored competency models and state-of-the-art online psychometrics.”
FlyDubai about cut-e
”Our quality of hires has increased, our time to hire has reduced and our conversion rate of those attending assessment centres has improved. We could not have done this without cut-e's help and tools.”
Scoot about cut-e
"Recruiting the best talent has been made easier with support from cut-e."