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  • www.cruise.com
  • Fort Lauderdale, 061
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • null
  • Subsidiary or Business Segment
  • Travel Agencies
  • Less than $1 million (USD)

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Cruise.com Reviews

2.9
53%
Recommend to a Friend
Jul 13, 2017
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"Intern"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in United States

I have been working at Cruise.com

Pros

Very nice work environment, great overall leadership by supervisors and managers, very open to change and learning about new technologies, titles don't really matter in meetings everyone's thoughts

Cons

fast passed industry (you work on something different almost every day)

Advice to Management

great job, keep it up
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    Marketing Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Dania Beach, FL
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Cruise.com (Dania Beach, FL) in Dec 2018

    Interview

    Started off with a quick interview with HR over the phone followed by an in person interview at their office. The in-person interview was one of the worst, if not the worst interviews I’ve experienced. The hiring manager was clearly not prepared. She was handed a printed copy of my resume as I was escorted into her office. It was obvious that she was reviewing it for the first time while I sat there. She had a very negative attitude, maybe she was having a bad day, but that’s still not a valid excuse. I worked for 3 different companies in the past ten years. One for 5 years, one for 1.5 and another for 3.5 years. From her questions and probing about this, she made it clear that she saw that as a negative and was concerned it indicated I’m not loyal. She has been with this same company for over 20 years, so I can see why she may feel that way. Other questions she asked were typical interview questions, but she tried to twist all my answers into something negative. She asked two of the same questions twice, which made it awkward for me to have to answer them again without her ever realizing they were already asked and answered. I’m not exaggerating, this interview was a horrible experience!

    From looking at the marketing campaigns and projects this company is currently doing, it seems that she doesn’t encourage innovation and change. The email templates they use are grossly outdated and contain far too much information (some of the content is dated), their website is not user friendly at all and also outdated, they have a booking app that hasn’t been updated in close to four years, and the signage and other collateral's I saw look bland, with old stock photos throughout and bad use of fonts and font sizes. While I’d love the challenge of improving all of these as part of the role, I obviously won’t accept this position if offered it.
    Interview

    Have I ever needed to fire someone before? If yes, how did you handle it?

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What is the company culture at Cruise.com?

...Seeking employment with no chance for a raise or ever being promoted, Enjoys being belittled and spoken to in very poor manner by a team of unprofessional supervisor who are overworked and most likely underpaid with immensely poor knowledge of their duties, high turn overs ( people quitting) be prepared to be demoted if you exceed the expected skill level etc and more negatives....

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