The spring Meet & Greets are officially complete! After meeting crews and maintenance personnel in Raleigh and New York last week, the second round of Meet & Greets took the leadership team to our crew bases in Chicago and Denver. Here are some of our favorite pics from Round Two!
Keeping in touch with employees that are scattered around the country and constantly on the move can be a challenge. That’s why the GoJet leadership team makes it a priority to hit the road for Meet & Greet events a minimum of two times a year. During these trips, which typically take place in the spring and fall, the GoJet COO, as well as representatives from Inflight, Flight Operations and Maintenance, hit the road for two whirlwind weeks of base visits.
GoJet prides itself on its employee-focused corporate culture, and being in tune with issues that our employees care about is a top priority. “The Meet & Greets are a great way to chat with our team members in a casual setting about any feedback or concerns they may have,” said GoJet COO Terry Basham. “Email and phone calls are great for staying in touch on a day-to-day basis, but nothing can replace the one-on-one conversations that we’re able to have at these events.”
Director of Flight Operations Randy Bratcher echoed those sentiments, remarking “We’ve got a great group of employees who truly want our airline to be the best that it can be. I always leave the Meet & Greets with invaluable suggestions from our pilots.”
This round of Meet & Greets started on Tuesday with an after hours event in Raleigh-Durham for Raleigh-based employees. The following day, the team leaded to New York (on a flight piloted by none other than the Director of Operations and the Chief Pilot!) to meet with New York-based mechanics and crews connecting through La Guardia.
The second round of spring Meet & Greets will take the leadership team to Chicago and Denver. Here are some of our favorite pics from Round 1!
Director of Flight Operations Randy Bratcher and Chief Pilot Brad Sargent were behind the controls on the flight from RDU to LGA.
The leadership team visits with our Tech Ops team in LGA
Director of Inflight Services Michaela Klasner catches up with a flight attendant during gate visits at LGA
Director of Inflight Services Michaela Klasner chats with flight attendants during the RDU portion of the trip
Chief Pilot Brad Sargent refuels for the flight home
The leadership team continued the 10th Anniversary fall Meet and Greets this week, with stops in ORD and DEN. These bi-annual visits are an important tool that the leadership team uses to get feedback directly from our front-line employees. Thanks to everyone who was able to stop by the crew rooms to chat or took a few moments to catch up with the team in the terminal. Thanks for helping end the 10th Anniversary celebration on a high note!
Here’s to the next 10 years!
The leadership team will be hitting the road again next week for round two of the spring Meet and Greets! You can catch up with them in ORD on April 27 or in DEN on April 28. The DEN event will also serve as the official grand opening of the new DEN crew room! For complete details, please refer to email or Comply.
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We hope to see you there!
The leadership team had a great time chatting with crews and MX employees in RDU and LGA during the first round of spring Meet & Greets last week! For those of you who weren’t able to catch up with the leadership team during this round, the second round will be on April 27 & 28 at DEN and ORD. The DEN event will also also coincide with the grand opening of the Denver crew room–stand by for complete details!
As always, if you have any questions for the leadership team, feel free to send them to email@example.com.