I worked at Uniglobe TravelPros
Very supportive, small work place that felt like a family. The best benefit was how flexible everyone was if you needed time off. Travel perks were ok, not as great as in years past., but that is mainly because of the industry. Great hotel discounts with an IATA membership.Cons
Travel agencies are becoming a thing of the past, so I wouldn't recommend becoming one if you want to make it a career. Uniglobe was very small, so it was hard to compete with the bigger agencies, or online providers. The benefits were minimal, no dental or 401K plan.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Provide more benefits for employeesRecommendsNo opinion of CEO
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Uniglobe Travel would like for everyone to think there's only one way for the smart traveler to make reservations. Through more than 700 franchised locations across 50 countries, travelers can shop for cruises, vacation rentals, airline tickets, hotel accommodations, auto rentals, and more. Catering to small and midsized corporate accounts and leisure travelers, the travel franchise company was formed in 1979 by chairman and founder U. Gary Charlwood.