Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Sarnia, On – August 18, 2014
A Typical Day at Marlin Travel was: - Checking Emails - Answering Phone - Taking Messages - Filing - Booking Hotels - Calling Airlines - Calling Cruise Lines - Giving Air Miles - Learning to book tickets online - and more What I learned was: - How to work in a fast paste environment and learning everything really fast. Management/Co-Workers - They were – more... amazing we all got along and had a good time they all each took time to show me how to work and learn everything so I could help them out.
I enjoyed every part of working there even if it was just for co-op for high school. – less
Trainee for Travel Agent (Former Employee), Grande Prairie, AB – January 7, 2014
I have to say that I enjoyed every minute I was at this company. The other Agents and Management treated me like I had been there for a long time. I learned a lot and it was a great start for me for the work world in Travel. Unfortunately they could not fit me into their budget to hire me as a full time agent.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Mississauga, ON – July 7, 2013
Worked as a personal assistance with the manager.. Took care of all the financial issues,billing, projet management etc .. Reported the all days activities in an accurate and timely manner Was responsible for keeping the records of all the customers
Travel Consultant (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – June 26, 2013
I was lead agent in a walk in travel agency. I was the first person someone would deal with when booking a vacation. In the agency we could book a wide viarety of vacations around the world including all inclusives, tours, cruises and FIT.
My manager and I got along very well as it was a small office and often worked on marketing plans together and – more... did promotion events as well.
I have learnt a lot about the tourism industry as i was with this agency for over two years. – less
Travel Agent (Former Employee), Canada – August 10, 2012
My experience with Marlin was somewhat disapointing I have been searching to return to the travel industry for some time, and when recieving the opportunity to join Marlin, I was so thrill just to return to the industry, as well to learn the leisure side of travel when my experience was corporate. I started with Marlin understanding, I was only one – more... day a week, and just being able to get my foot in the door was a thrill, I felt that I would have appreciated more time to training on a system that they knew I have not worked with, through the manager, I did get trained by a fellow employment, which was so helpful and meant so much to me. My employment did not continue, when I was told I might not get any hours at all for a couple weeks, and at that time I realized through lack of business as well, two agents being hired at the same time, a job with my substance was needed, and this was not going to help me at all, when the hours and business was not there. – less
Travel Consultant (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MB – May 12, 2012
Cons: no overtime, no compensation for trade shows
This company does not recognize a good hard working person You are only as good as the revenue you bring in They do not communicate well with their employees, they are divorced from the employees as this company is owned by Transat Distribution