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Wyndham Vacation President & CEO Franz S. Hanning
Franz S. Hanning
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    An entry level position where you're trained to convince everyone that they should attend a timeshare presentation.

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    Former Employee - Marketer  in  New Orleans, LA
    Former Employee - Marketer in New Orleans, LA

    I worked at Wyndham Vacation full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    There is a great opportunity to make money right off the bat, based on how well you've been trained and how eager you are to work. The hours aren't too bad, about 35 hours a week in Marketing. Sales will vary. You have to be tenacious and willing to ask what others won't because that's where the money is hiding. Management keeps marketers invested by throwing out spiffs every so often in order to have people who succeed and people who use their competition to succeed next time.

    Cons

    You have to convince people to do something that they don't want to do most of the time. It's difficult to self motivate when everyone around you is a shark and wanting to beat you at getting more money than you. There's always only so much that can be done you have to be super creative in finding ways to make more money.

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    Where I worked, the management did everything to make money (their commission was based on our commission) but they didn't want to work for it. They often used their team against each other and it caused a lot of issues. They wanted us to be leaders but didn't teach us how. They have to get their act together or else they'll keep having to hire new people.

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