FAA’s Controversial Practices: Secret Code Words and Unusual Signals Allegedly Used for Employment Advantages

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Recent revelations suggest unconventional practices within the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), where students associated with the Black Caucus of Federal Aviation Employees were allegedly given secret code words for their resumes. This practice aimed to fast-track their applications to the front of the line.

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Even more astonishing is the claim that individuals could be prioritized by stating that their lowest grades in high school were in “Science.” Allegedly, sharing this information resulted in preferential treatment, allowing applicants to skip ahead in the hiring process.

These controversial tactics, if true, raise questions about fairness and transparency in employment procedures within the FAA, prompting concerns about the potential impact on the overall integrity of the hiring system.

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