Wyndham Vacation
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www.wyndhamvacationresorts.com Orlando, FL 5000+ Employees

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6 people found this helpful  

CMA Position in Seattle is a not what they say it is!

Community Marketing Associate (Former Employee)
Seattle, WA

ProsIf you last long enough you can take advantage of some good travel deals. You get decent benefits at a reasonable price almost immediately.

ConsThe job itself (CMA) is getting people to take timeshare tours at the Camlin in Seattle. You get stuck at all sorts of outdoor or indoor kiosks the management cannot even stock with the materials do do your job. The management is pretty ineffective and has no idea of how to communicate. You do not get an email address so they use text messaging to communicate. You get your schedule for the next week on a Friday morning so planning a life is nearly impossible, and you never know when your days off are.

They claim you can make a good paycheck. I know many at Wyndham in this position do. However, you need good offers (which Seattle did not have) and good locations which there were not enough of to make the bonus levels.

People came for one day and left, the turnover is likely nearly 100% per quarter. If you want minimum wage for a few weeks go for it. If you want a real career this is not the place. If you are any good as a CMA you should go elsewhere and use those talents for more money!

Advice to Senior ManagementThey won't take any. Look, they know the numbers and as long as they are hitting them the life of a CMA will remain the same. It's just the way it is. They don't care, they don't need to (or maybe they do).

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    A job to get you through while you figure out your real career- but don't get stuck there.

    Vacation Sales Representative (Former Employee)
    Orlando, FL

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


    Pros: Fairly easy hiring process if you have any sales skills at all. Company has excellent benefits starting with the month after you get hired. Hourly… Cons: Don't believe what they tell you in the hiring events about the "average" income potential of $1000 per week. That is a definite stretch, especially… Advice to Senior Management: Stop working those gray areas when you are closing peoples' sales. You say all the things we aren't supposed to or allow the customers to… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Great company to work for to get experience

    Customer Service (Former Employee)
    Redmond, WA

    I worked at Wyndham Vacation full-time for more than 3 years


    Pros: Great medical benefits for this industry Cons: Job turnover rate was high Advice to Senior Management: Try to retain employee to cut down on cost More
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