- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Diversité et inclusion
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez Amadeus à temps plein (Plus de 8 ans)
Generally nice working environment.
Good work life balance.
Reasonable compensation and benefits.
Plenty of office politics and almost everybody has a hidden agenda.
Despite what HR consistently claims, its policies and processes lack transparency, especially those relating to role appointments, promotions and retrenchments. It's certainly not based on performance... Who polices the police?
Even in APAC, the more senior roles and promotions are given mainly to their compatriots from EU (or US/AU).
Even the very few locals that play the game really well (but how do they sleep at night?) can only manage to claw their way to mid level roles (with seemingly senior external titles).
Le processus a pris +3 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Amadeus (Singapour (Singapour)).
The Amadeus Graduate Program hiring process was ridiculously long and tedious. There is also a full day assessment center (round 5) which came about nearly 3 months I submitted my resume. The “observers” are generally biased toward non-Asian candidates because this was what their culture is like - they won’t say it but it’s obvious. I didn’t know this before I put in my application. If I did I wouldn’t apply because this kind of diversity doesn’t sit well with me and I wouldn’t have wasted my time. Unfortunately, I didn’t know this till assessment day. Afterwhich there is a last face to face interview which I got into, but decided against. I mean - I’m looking to build a career at a company and I’ve got a good degree (did pretty damn well!). Decided to terminate the recruitment process prematurely.
Questions d'entretien d'embauche