For all the great things we do in business aviation, taking the time to define the success criteria for a key position — and then hiring against those needs — is often not one of them. So here’s why it’s vitally important to use competency-based recruiting techniques to fill every position within your flight department.
Most job descriptions we see don’t provide clarity or use aviation terminology. Here’s why your flight department needs aviation-specific role descriptions.
It’s imperative that today’s business aviation managers have a seat at the table at corporate headquarters. Here are survival skills for flight departments.
The Gray Stone Advisors team is providing this urgent “heads up” regarding increased vigilance by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on the misclassification of independent contractors. Misclassifying Employees This issue was addressed in the Aug. 27 NBAA Newsletter entitled “IRS Tightens Scrutiny of Worker Misclassification.” There are many instances in our industry where unintentional employee
Aviation Directors face several obstacles when developing a business aviation talent pipeline. Hear insights from NBAA’s Board Member, Rich Walsh.
Sheryl Barden and Jim Lara share provide post-hire onboarding strategies to ensure your new aviation professional prospers during their first 90 days.
When a tennis player makes a blunder, it’s called an ‘unforced error.’ And when an aviation pro makes a blunder, it’s called a ‘resume error.’ Learn how to control these 4 lethal threats to your business aviation career.
Hiring the most ideal, best-suited business aviation professional is no easy task. It requires merging a great cultural fit with superior skills and an attitude focused upon the organization’s success. Here are our bizav recruiting tips.
We spend lot of time and money training. But how much effort do we put into ‘developing’ our people? And just what is training vs development?