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Thomas W. Lamb
I worked at LeisureLink full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – it is very straightforward enviroment. smart people and smart management
Cons – business is not good. benefits sucks
Advice to Senior Management – improve
2012-07-08 23:24 PDT
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I worked at LeisureLink full-time for less than a year
Pros – Supposedly they have some young and exceptional talent. Granted they may be young, but I wasn't there long enough to rate their virtues. For a company of about 30 employees, everyone really keeps to themselves and does not interact with other team members.
Cons – Where do I start? Let's start with the top: The CEO. When I interviewed for the Account Executive position, he brought up Republican Party politics in the interview. You would think that a guy with 3 degrees and is over 50 years old would know better! Fast forward to everyday work life, he has a picture of General Ulysses S. Grant in his office. I don't know, maybe he was a distant cousin or is one of those Civil War re-enactment nuts. Next, the President, or as I like to call him, "I've spent so little time as an executive, I don't know that it's professionally unacceptable to wear "distressed" (holes) blue jeans to work. I think he was promoted to President after 3 months working in the sales department last year. Come to think of it, nobody with any executive or director position there has been at LL for longer than I'd say about 15 months. One last overview: LL is a software company rooted in the lodging/hospitality business. For a company in this business, nobody working there at the place has been anywhere. I think that's strange.
Advice to Senior Management – Get some management
2013-03-27 17:20 PDT
I worked at LeisureLink
Pros – great work life aspect
Cons – lack of an aggresive growth plan
Advice to Senior Management – Continue what you guys are doing, it's been great so far
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-04-24 10:48 PDT
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