Airline Guide to Training and Retaining Employees
It’s common knowledge that the aviation industry as a whole is shorthanded in the cockpit, at the baggage claims, and in the MROs. Boeing puts the demand at well over half a million by 2040.
Better training systems, communications technology, and logistics tracking will yield a happier workforce. Our free guide will help you better understand these challenges, adopt new practices and ultimately improve staff attraction and retention.
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Challenges to Training
A balance must be struck between providing the training your technicians need and ensuring the technicians can spend time on their aircraft.
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The average age of an FAA-certified is 53 years old, which is 11 years older than the median age of American workers. There is a severe imbalance in the age structure of the aviation maintenance workforce.
Keep Trained Employees
Better training systems, better communications technology, and better logistics tracking will yield a happier workforce.
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