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[ Senior ] Software Engineer Norwalk, CT

• Coding, unit-testing and maintaining projects for the Engineering team in Java, based on system specifications and change requests provided by the…

11 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Rental Car Services Norwalk, CT

The Rental Car group at is looking for a talented engineer to join our services tier team. In this software engineering role you will…

24 days ago

Software Engineering Team Lead Norwalk, CT

• Have a demonstrated ability to be hands-on and perform engineering tasks as required (70% hands-on, 30% management). • Contribute to, and in…

24 days ago

Senior Front End Developer Norwalk, CT

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’sdegree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field of study, plus 5 years experience in Software Development… Reviews

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    Great work life balance - very little room for growth within hotel business unit with unsatisfactory compensation

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    Former Employee - Market Manager in Norwalk, CT
    Former Employee - Market Manager in Norwalk, CT

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    Awesome work life balance, great benefits and genuinely nice people. A lot of recent focus and initiatives on employee development from negotiation training to relationship building.


    Typically, very little room to grow within different business units but this is most true on the hotel team; market management is the ceiling, especially as the focus now is to hire externally. Resources are slim despite senior leaders awareness of how this affects not only morale but the impact it has on the employees performance and the overall business.

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    Provide your sales team with the tools and resources they need to be successful, remove the administrative and ad hoc responsibilities and focus on driving business. Continue the recent initiatives with regards to training and development.

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