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Director of Revenue Management - Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive

Wyndham Worldwide Orlando, FL

The Wyndham Orlando Resort- International Drive is currently looking for a Director of Revenue Management to join our team of excellence and lead the… Beyond.com

24 days ago

Director of Sales - Hawthorn by Wyndham (Extended Stay)

Wyndham Worldwide Altamonte Springs, FL

Wyndham Hotel Group, part of the Wyndham Worldwide (NYSE:WYN) family of companies, is the worlds largest hotel company with nearly 7,260 hotels and… Beyond.com

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Wyndham Worldwide Reviews

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Wyndham Worldwide Chairman and CEO Stephen P. Holmes
Stephen P. Holmes
108 Ratings

    Great work-life balance for those not looking to climb the corporate ladder.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orlando, FL

    I worked at Wyndham Worldwide


    The company supports a balanced work-life schedule. Time off for necessary medical and family situations is rarely questioned. If necessary, remote work is usually and option.
    The company has invested significant resources into understanding their customers and has made improvements in reaction to their findings.


    Middle management was not effective in supporting personal and career growth. Employees are likely to be trapped in their current role because their immediate supervisor is not skilled in the ways of people development.
    The size of the company makes it difficult for true professional relationships to develop; with so many levels of leadership, the strategic decision makers are too far removed from the worker bees making it all happen.

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    This company would benefit from a change towards recognizing its employees are the number 1 asset. Investing properly in the workforce will lead to better performance. Bounds of talent is going untapped because the leadership has not identified this as critical to success.

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