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UI / UX Engineer

TOG Jersey City, NJ

This individual will be responsible for providing a unified strategy, experience, and development. This will include developing code, creating high…

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    The Worst Place I Have Ever Worked!

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    Former Employee - Sales Manager  in  Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Manager in Dallas, TX

    I worked at TOG Hotel Properties full-time for less than a year


    I do not have anything nice to say about the property that I worked for.


    Upper Management is not allowed to do their jon, due to obsessive micro-management. The sales techniques for this property are complely outdated and uncalled for. Spent hours and hours in useless meetings when we could be doing work. The owner micromanages all hotel members untill they loose their mind and quit. Upper Managment will run your clients away. The property that I worked at was not in good shape, as they could put more money into the hotel. You will learn nothing, except how to suck up to managemnt. If you do sell anything, others will take credit for your work. If you see this property listed, do not bother applying. It is a waste of time and will suck the life out of you. From day one, I was warned to find another job asap. It did not take me long to figure out how horrible the property that I worked at really was. The first week I was there, I literally had no job to do. I was hired as a corproate sales manager and my segment was changed three times within the short period I was there. The entire property is a revolving door.

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