Display Manager (Current Employee) – Spokane, WA – 21 November 2017
The are easy to work for . Great job to work with the rest of my jobs and brings in great extra income. My supervisor communicates through email and I take care of the rest. I work my own hours and turn in my own timecard. I couldn't ask for a better part time job!
work my own hours
due to budget cuts my salary was cut by 60.00 a month
Was my first experience as a pool bartender, really enjoyed being out doors.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – 1 October 2017
Bluegreen was a great company to work for, bartending outdoors was a great experience.The weather was a downfall in the summer time due to all the rain. Time shares were fun there were a lot of families on vacation and already in good spirits. Fun company to work for.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Auburn, NY – 29 September 2017
Leads are horrible to produce sales, Sales and traffic are not at the Finger Lakes Mall. Management doesn't show to work or lead the team. Corporate restructuring has degraded the sales and amount of people we are able to talk to. Unrealistic goals for a small store.
uneducated managers they only know how to open their big mouth when you don't sell but , as long as your selling you are the king ..some douche bag manager in the am shift keeps bragging about his stupid bmw and how expensive it is i mean who cares dude grow up too much stress
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – 25 September 2017
Great hours, motivating, reasonable pricing, travel and vacation gifts to customers whether they purchased or not. People eventually warmed up to you, giving you their time. You do need to build rapport or you won't succeed
Guest relations lead (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – 25 September 2017
Bluegreen is a good job for a younger person with no children, management isn't that great. I've been told by management they don't care about anything that happens as long as they get paid. There is no culture diversity what's so ever, and they are not willing to hire anyone other than people of their own culture. Several employees were hired based on looks and not work ethics and capabilities of performing job requirements. The supervisors expect you to do their work as well as your own.
Great Work environment with peers, Friendly and helpful. It is a competitive job so it can get pretty stressful weekly, there are weekly sales goals that you must meet to continue securing your job. individual training is given.
Frontline Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – 21 September 2017
Great atmosphere and in general the people there are a pleasure to be around. The product is the most fun product to sell, and those that truly believe in themselves and the benefits of the product do the best.
Guest Service Representative (Current Employee) – Gatlinburg, TN – 14 September 2017
The hardest part of this job is you have no management backing, poor management . Team building is lacking, team is torn down and never lifted up. Management yells at you from desk instead of asking you face to face or calling you to come to office. Core values are not given to employees, no respect to employees. If employee has done something wrong and is written up for it, the management does not listen to why the occurrence happened or what lead up to it, always one sided, employee never listen too.
benefits, 20 vacation days a year, discounts for vacation stays
no advancement up, always hire's outside never inside
Sales Representative and Customer Service (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – 1 September 2017
When you can't meet your sales in one week they are already looking for new people to hire to fire you, you can make 5 sales in one day and the next several get none, really hard to make a promised pay, they make you train and keep learning if not making any sales, usually because of the manager and if the manager can't get their employees to sell he will get set to fire also, you will get a lot of yes and no's from people. Not for everyone just maybe an experienced sales man but a good foot in the door to practice maybe
Senior Vacation Specialist (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 31 August 2017
Bluegreen is a timeshare sales company. Agents take calls from timeshare owners wanting to book vacations. Before 2008 BG was 100% committed to customer service and making their timeshare owners happy. After 2008 BG changed it's strategy and focused 100% on sales. Don't be fooled if you go to work here, you are NOT a customer service agent. You are a salesman. You are required to force a number of timeshare unrelated products on the customers and harshly penalized if you don't make the sale. If you're a salesman you will prosper at BG. If not, look elsewhere.
Senior Vacation Specialist (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 30 August 2017
Inbound call center. Fast paced. Extensive training provided. Easy going management and staff. Hardest part is dealing with difficult owner occasionally, but for the most part enjoyable if you don't mind being tied to the phone constantly.
Activities Coordinator Team Lead (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – 25 August 2017
Amazing place to work loved the people I worked with everyone was a team player. The activities department was a good experience because I love making people smile was lead team associate for the team. Excellent food and beverage team, Medical Benefits, 401k, Free nights to stay at anyone of the bluegreen resorts.
Gifts when job was done exceptionally well, free lunch, $30 gift cards to use anywhere.
You were rewarded if you worked hard and made your sales
Training and Development and Lead Generation (Former Employee) – Concord, NC – 25 August 2017
It's a great place to work if you like a challenge in sales. It will definitely make or break you. In order to make your numbers its a lot of long hours. Lots of training. Management was easy to work with. The stressful part was the lack of help.
Front Line Sales (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – 23 August 2017
Good job if your retired or just looking for something to do. Do not do this job if you have bills and trying to survive. Don't get me wrong, some people have the gift and can make a lot of money here. However 99% of the people that walk in there starting employment will be gone within 6 months. Vets despise new people cause they know each time a new class of employee's come in, those vets who are near the bottom on sales will be terminated to make room for the new class. This is not unique to BG though, it's pretty much through out the timeshare industry. Blue green does make it a positive environment for the most part while your there. So that is a plus. Good luck.
Lots of locations should you want to transfer.
They want you to attend training classes after you clock out? Im pretty sure that's illegal.