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Vintage Hotels Employee Review

Stay away from Sales

3.0
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21 March 2018
My experience was mostly through the Sales Department; the office culture is awful, employees are constantly worried about getting yelled at or fired and there's zero mentor-ship and/or teamwork. The turnover is high, and the HR department colludes with upper management so they don't have to be responsible to their employees. There are good people within the company, but the people at the top, in top management, have no sense of positive cooperate culture.
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1.0
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3.0
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2.0
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2.0
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1.0
Culture
Pros
sales kick backs
Cons
stress levels, expectations, training, office culture
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GROUP SALES COORDINATOR (Former Employee) - |Niagara-on-the-Lake
- Met with clients
- Responded to email / phone calls

- Cultivated new accounts

- Toured properties with clients

- Created and secured contracts


This was a fun place to work for. I could see great potential for growth and advancement. I did not like being limited to a desk. I left this job because I wanted to try another job offer that gave the the freedom to work creatively, outdoors and at the desk.
Pros
Set work schedule
Cons
Limited to a desk
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