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Aaa Mid-Atlantic President & CEO Bernhart Koch
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    Good work experience; Back of the pack mentality

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Vienna, VA
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    I have been working at Aaa Mid-Atlantic full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    If you've never worked in an office environment this is a good location to sharpen your admin skills. The combination of administrative work and retail can provide a gentle cross into more responsibility within an office environment.

    Cons

    While relationships among co-workers can be good, there are some who manage to skate by under the facade of credit card and insurance referral goals without actually doing any actual work. The job encompasses many avenues of the travel industry, but goals rely heavily on being able to upsell/crossell various unrelated products.

    Based on the goals for these products, some can get their numbers in just two categories and hide away from having to fully interact with the rest of their job requirements. When business picks up, these individuals are not expected to participate in anything other than where their success lies. Placing additional responsibility (or just dumping it in someones lap) on those who have taken the time to fully understand the function of their job.

    Coming in late, leaving early, taking multiple breaks are very common among the "in" crowd.

    Favoritism, lack of leadership accountability, lack of leadership support, and negativity seem to be the more likely attributes of higher ups.

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    Create a more transparent and approachable leadership atmosphere. The divide that exists between those who have success and those that could use more support and assistance to achieve this success is vast. It permeates the office and has created a very bitter work environment.

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