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. – more... The most enjoyable was the people I worked with and came into contact with. – less
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 – more... 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. – less
Housekeeping (Current Employee), Kodak, TN – April 3, 2013
Pros: mostly work alone if thats what you like
Cons: no breaks no lunches no pay
My opinion, I would not advise anyone to work as a housekeeper for this company. You are paid by rooms which is not much and you work harder than what its worth. You get no benefits or discounts as an employee.
Amazing company with great training for sales & pay
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Redmond, WA – March 30, 2013
Pros: great money
Cons: no time at all for school or a personal life
I had a great time selling timeshare in owner upgrades. I learned the sales process of building repoire, going past no's, etc, and I worked with wonderful people. I was making $45,000.00 plus sales, and made great money with my commission, but I was working 10-12 hrs daily and couldn't attend school to finish my degree-which is exactly why I'd like – more... a less time demanding job. – less
Guest Services Representative (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – February 23, 2013
Pros: cash tips.
Cons: no social life.
I know that a lot of changes have been made at the Canterbury location in terms of management. There really is no life outside of the 2 days off and no room for advancement if you are in guest services. The tips are the only thing that made the job enjoyable at the end of the day. We were only allowed 30 minute lunch breaks and we worked every Friday – more... through Sunday. – less
Loan Administrator (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – February 21, 2013
Pros: utilized both languages, english and spanish
Cons: no cons, that i can think of
Excellent company to work for. Great experiences, with a great work force. Great management team as well as co workers. Hardest part of my work was the multi task taking care of owners in English, while at the same time caring for our Spanish owners. Over all, it was a job you felt at home in.
Lots of Talking on the phone, but still a fun Environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – January 17, 2013
A typical day would be talking on the phone and dealing with customers with different issues and problems. I learned how to deal with different issues that might face someone in a call center atmosphere. Management was pretty good in helping with any issues we came across that we couldn't handle as well as questions we had about our job in general. – more... My co-workers were mostly professional and I got along with them very well, they were also helpful at times. For the most part my job was pretty easy, but I would say the most diffcult issues I sometimes came cross were dealing with Irate customers that just didn't want to listen. The most enjoyable part would have been the enjoyable customers I came across and also the different contests we would have, which I won quite a bit of. – less
Sales and Contract Processor (Former Employee), Williamsburg, VA – June 25, 2012
Pros: learning to process contracts and sell real estate
Cons: didn't offer any benifits
I enjoyed working Wyndham Resorts. Since Wyndham is a time-share selling company I learned a lot about selling timeshares, executing contracts, and giving timeshare presentations. The co-workers made working there enjoyable, getting to know and relate with them made the job great.