WRITTEN BY Lisa Borrayo on November 18, 2022

Work-life balance has been a hot topic across many industries, and the aviation world is no different. Still, when discussing the merits of a healthy balance between work and home,

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on November 18, 2022

Blog Author Sheryl Barden (right) and her API colleague Jennifer Pickerel presented during the 2022 Bombardier Safety Standdown. (Photo: Matt Thurber/ AIN) Every one of us in aviation needs to

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on October 21, 2022

Lisa Borrayo and Jennifer Pickerel—both from Aviation Personnel International—presented at the “Managing Upwards” educational session during NBAA 2022. Did you attend NBAA 2022? More than 20,000 of us are resting

WRITTEN BY Jill Henning on October 17, 2022

NBAA2022 Press Release SAN FRANCISCO – October 17, 2022 – In July, 1971, Janice K. Barden, a professional aviation psychologist with a talent for assessing pilot candidates for employment, became the

WRITTEN BY Jennifer Pickerel on October 12, 2022

“Business aviation … it’s about people.” Here at API, this—our company motto—is everything. After all, we’re solidly in the people business, and so our mission is laser-focused on matching the

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on September 16, 2022

Caption: API's CEO, Sheryl Barden, poses with United Airlines' Captain Jackie and First Officer Rachel after completing her their flight in an "unmanned" aircraft. This article about female aviation heroes

WRITTEN BY Jennifer Pickerel on September 14, 2022

You’ve likely heard about “employee engagement,” but did you know that “employee thriving” is the modern approach to measuring employee success? Thanks to workforce changes resulting from the pandemic, Microsoft

WRITTEN BY Jennifer Pickerel on August 23, 2022

Racking up decades working for one employer used to mean that you were a dedicated, loyal employee. A valued member of the family. But these days, when I pick up

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on August 19, 2022

This article about airlines extending the mandatory pilot retirement to age 67 originally appeared in Aviation International News. I’ve long believed that the airlines should raise the mandatory pilot retirement