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30+ days ago

Director of Sales - Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill

Wyndham Hotel Group Boston, MA

• Develop a full working knowledge of the operations of the hotel, including Food and Beverage, Guest Services and Reservations. • Develop a… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Guest Services Associate-PT

Wyndham Hotel Group Boston, MA

• Greet, register, establish necessary credit for and issue keys appropriately to guests. • Answer telephones/PBX with proper telephone etiquette… CareerBuilder

18 days ago

Reservation Agent

Wyndham Hotel Group Boston, MA

The Reservations Sales Agent is responsible for handling reservations, inquiries and cancellations in an attentive, courteous and efficient manner… CareerBuilder

11 days ago

Account Director, Global Sales - Group Corporate & Association

Wyndham Hotel Group Boston, MA

Wyndham Hotel Group is searching for an experienced Account Director, Global Sales to be home based in Massachusetts or Connecticut. This corporate… HCareers

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    One big happy family as long as you fit the mold!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Parsippany, NJ

    I worked at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts full-time (less than an year)


    Employees at all levels are talented, cordial, and want to do a good job. The assignments are interesting. The company is very customer-focused. It's a beautiful place to work, and the food in the cafeteria is outstanding. They take time to have fun (e.g. ice cream socials).


    I was hurt by a company I gave a lot to, and believed in. There are frequent firings with no warnings. Initiatives like "Count on Me", espousing their values of respect and diversity, are violated in practice. Favoritism abounds. Mature workers, who have not grown up in the company, may find it hard to fit in. Problems with work-life balance. New employees are given no time to adjust. Procedures are virtually non-existent, and you learn the hard way. They do little to help employees succeed.

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