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EAAP Selection in Aviation Questionnaire

29 April 2020

The EAAP Working Group for Selection in Aviation invites all Aviation Selection professionals to participate in an international survey to share your expertise on selection of operational staff in aviation.

With this survey we intend to compile relevant practices on how airlines and air navigation service providers (ANSP) select their operational personnel. Based on this experience EAAP will be able to consolidate its recommendations on methods and procedures for selecting suitable candidates, and give an overview of tools used. Therefore, if you work in selection, we encourage you to participate in this survey to share your know-how with the scientific community. It will only take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. All your data will be processed in compliance with the European General Data Protection Regulation. Your participation is very much appreciated by EAAP!

We understand that because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the current situation is very stressful. After an intense discussion we decided to release this survey now to retain the experience as it was before the crisis (the preparation of this survey has been underway since the middle of last year). We are aware that recruitment practices of airlines and ANSPs will be affected by Covid-19 so please answer as you would have before the crisis.

We are, because of the crisis, also considering delivering a second wave of this survey in two or three years to monitor differences in the sector. Participation in this and/or in the next wave are independent from each other.

To take part in the survey please click on the link at the end of this item. To see an overview of the questions please see the PDF below.

We hope that you and your loved ones will get through this crisis unharmed and that we can continue to cooperate on this topic with you in future.

Thank you very much for your time and collaboration!

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