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Travel Sales Professional

World Travel Holdings, Inc. Altamonte Springs, FL +21 locations

Who says you can't sell dream cruise vacations in your pajamas? At World Travel Holdings (WTH), we make it easy for you to have an exciting career in… Jobg8


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World Travel Holdings Co-Chairman and Co-CEO Brad Tolkin
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    What an Immoral, Sneaky, Self-serving company

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative  in  Altamonte Springs, FL
    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Altamonte Springs, FL

    I worked at World Travel Holdings full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The call center tends to be high- energy and cheerful. The pay and benefits are competitive

    Cons

    I have never in my life seen a company where management constantly smiles and presents a facade of caring, but will dismiss you in a heartbeat if the new hire class behind you seems to be able to sell more cruises than you. I was part of a group who were told we were doing well and then the next week fired for "performance issues". We were performing like we were supposed
    to, but the management hired a class that did "better" and they fired a lot of us right before . Christmas. They hire you as customer service reps but then when you get on the floor they base
    their firing decision strictly on your sales and whether you are quickly taken in by one of the number of cliques in operation in the call center. The problem is your direct supervisor is not
    aware of upper managements needs so you can literally meet with your supervisor one day, be told you are doing well and then fired the next day because upper management has changed the performance requirements and not bothered to tell you or your supervisor. I never knew they operated like this, but in hindsight I did notice that they were constantly hiring new classes, and people already on the floor would disappear. It is one thing to fire people because they do not meet your goals, but quite another to fire people because they meet your goals, but you think the newly hired group will do better. Oh yeah, their policy states however you will always know where you stand based on their coaching. They over hire , state a goal to reach, but it does not matter if you reach the goal, if the batch of hires behind you happen to be better sales reps.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Advertise for sales reps, not customer service reps, and try being honest and upfront with canidates.

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