Houseman (Current Employee), Flagstaff, AZ – March 23, 2015
This is one of the worst jobs Ive ever had possibly the worst. trying my hardest to find another job management stinks learned how to do the job but no new skills co-works are ok but un trust worthy ive had things stolen
Housekeeping / houseman (Former Employee), Virginia Beach, VA – January 15, 2015
Cons: healthcare and pay raise
rough understocked lien having no laundry having to do a job that was not in my requirement i learned to be very patient the hardest part of the job was not being able to finish on time because there was no laundry or we didn't have the right supply's for the room or the job that i had to perform my co workers were friendly and hard working management was quick to help and the most enjoyable part is to help others to make there stay enjoyable and to keep a smile on there face and going out my way to make there stay the best that i can..
Hotel Marketing Representative (Current Employee), San Antonio – January 10, 2015
Pros: floating schedule in open, professional atmosphere
Cons: weekends are never considered off days
The management creates a culture of feedback and growth that is encouraging and exciting to work around. I feel influenced to apply skills and create a teamwork environment. I work best in an environment of growth and I love coaching others to develop their skills. Even though my position is considered an entry level position there is a lot of potential for advancement.
Supervisor (Former Employee), Florida – October 30, 2014
I used to love this company. I worked for them 3 years. I have a severely mentally ill son at home And due to the fact he was a harm to himself...sometimes was late...and had to call out ahead of time. I was written up for each of these times even though I had paperwork proving the emergency....I was terminated.all health benefits and programs my son was in...stripped from him. Long story....but thank you Wyndham for the return in understanding and compassion. My life is completely turned upside down. Btw....I am in a non traditional marriage....hmm....makes you wonder.
Fun place to work, activities, great people to work with
Data Entry and Concierge (Former Employee), Pompano Beach, FL – August 25, 2014
A typical day at work as data entry was challenging. Meeting end of week, end of month corporate reports and payroll. I learned a lot of computer technology and the managers were very precise and fair. I miss my coworkers, so many different personalities and we all got along as a team. The most enjoyable part of the job was spiffs and the challenge. The most enjoyable was the people I worked with and came into contact with.
Contracts Agent (Former Employee), Sedona, AZ – July 18, 2014
A regular day was non-stop from start to finish. Overtime, reports, training, clients, phone calls, office procedures, sales, and customer service. It was a great job if you love the fast pace, which I do!
Marketing Administrative Supervisor (Former Employee), las vegas,nv – February 26, 2014
I started as a housekeeping lead in this company . I then moved into maintenance . Then finally i moved into the marketing department . I had so much fun working at this place it is fuilled with hard working people and great managers .
Head of house keeping (Former Employee), McCall, ID – August 30, 2013
Pros: was an easely preformed job for myself was very good at details
Cons: housekeepers would not listen to direction
I worked as head house keeper. I would do overall take of a unit and pull out any used items in the condo room. After house keepers would clean i would reenter the unit to make sure that everything was cleaned and put back in the same place all units were made up of all the same housing needs
Time Share Sales (Former Employee), Branson, MO – August 19, 2013
Cons: alot of down time
This was a time share sales position. It is definitely not for everyone. There was alot of arrogance on the floor among the management. You gave tours of the resort in hopes that you could sell them on buying vacation ownership. Co workers on my team were great. Hardest part of the job was the sales pressure they expected you to put on people as well as the urgency to get them to buy. There was alot of just sitting around and waiting your turn for a tour. Not a whole lot of this job was enjoyable.