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11 days ago

Sales Executive Team Lead, EMEA

TripAdvisor Oxford, England

for a regionally targeted group of Sales Executives. The team lead will ensure the co-ordination of the sales representatives on specific territory… TripAdvisor


15 days ago

Telesales Executive EMEA

TripAdvisor Oxford, England

including lead qualification, sales to small hotels and online assists along with a range of territory-based activities. The role will report to the… TripAdvisor


21 days ago

Buisness Listings Sales Performance Manager

TripAdvisor Oxford, England

Why This Job is Excellent: This role will combine a passion for learning and development with excellent communications skills as well as good… TripAdvisor


26 days ago

Account Co-Ordinator

TripAdvisor Oxford, England

TripAdvisor is seeking an Account Executive Assistant towork in its successful Business Listings team. The successful applicant will beresponsible… TripAdvisor


19 days ago

EMEA Order Management (12 month mat cover)

TripAdvisor Oxford, England

Excel and ideally have salesforce.com experience. What you’ll do: • Provide administrative support to the department including: o… TripAdvisor


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    Good benefits but salary could be more competitive

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    Current Employee - Account Executive  in  Oxford, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Oxford, England (UK)

    I have been working at TripAdvisor full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    You get a great benefits package, which I never had in my previous jobs.
    Nice modern office
    Fruits and snacks for free, lunch discounts

    Cons

    Salary is very low and changes and decisions are made without thinking and testing them first.
    Sales Agents and Account Executives have to find out on their own (or by customer complain) about changes made to site, prices or CRM messaging.
    Employees are always asked for feedback, but in the end it always goes the other way round and their opinion is not counting at all.
    No internal communication between different departments.
    Management not qualified to lead a multi billion dollar company

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to the feedback give by the people on the phone, they speak with the customers and feed back what is really going on, and don't just act and than find out if it works or not.

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    No opinion of CEO