As we continue to navigate the numerous daily challenges created by COVID-19, the aviation industry faces a truly unique set of hurdles to identify, hire, and retain diverse talent.
Everyone wants to know what the future holds. The final session of our ‘Brighter Skies’ series looks at this very topic and what the future holds for the aviation industry.
The aviation industry is constantly changing and evolving. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen, possibly the largest ever shock to the industry.
Customers and the demands they have of aviation organisations are ever evolving. COVID-19 has led to a seismic shift in these demands and the things customers value the most.
COVID-19 has seen one of the biggest shocks, if not the biggest shock, the aviation industry has ever seen. Fleets have been grounded, borders closed and staff laid off.
The aviation industry is in a difficult place at present. However, its future is surely positive.
Risk runs through the core of the aviation sector. Every day, millions of people travel and, when aviation tragedies happen, they make headline news whether they are caused by human error, ...
Take a look at the actions that aviation companies can take now in relation to its talent and workforce.
Aon's white paper on the future of the aviation industry after COVID-19.
Successful pilot training is not enough to predict pilot success. With Aon’s research, it is now possible to create a profile of the behaviors required which can be measured during initial recruitment
Excitement. Variety. Fast-paced. Innovative. Opportunities to see the world. The aviation industry has always had a unique set of attractions to those seeking a career.
In the macro environment, aviation continues to be a high growth industry with passenger numbers expected to increase by over 5% per annum up to 2037, with over 8 billion travellers per annum.
Looking to 2040 in the macro sense, best estimates indicate that over 500,000 new commercial airline pilots will need to be trained to supply the industry with the expected staffing levels.
Aviation stands out as an industry where it is not just business as usual. Events that happen in this space make the ‘front page’.
2020 will certainly be remembered as an ‘annus horribilis’ for the aviation industry. However, the future is full of opportunity - both known and unknown.
Aviation has always had a unique set of attractions and challenges in the context of talent marketing.
Volume recruitment comes with challenges, managing your selection process efficiently, effectively and true to your own employer brand. Watch Aon's webinar on volume recruitment trends.
At our Global Aviation summit, Andy O’Shea of the ATPG reported that 70% of accidents and incidents within aviation companies are due to human factors.
This white paper examines the different characteristics required by flight crew members and explains how to assess for these attricutes at the early stages of the recruitment process.
This brochure explains how online assessment and streamlined recruitment can help your organization in the aviation sector.