I have been working at First Class Vacations full-time (Less than a year)
I am so grateful to have been given this opportunity. I have always wanted to work in the travel industry, but due to lack of experience I was never given the chance. I have learned so much and have so much more to learn, but I know this is my new home.
They don't have a set training program like most corporations I am used to. It is very hands on, learn as you go
Advice to Management
Keep the momentum going, I believe this company could be the next big thing!
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at First Class Vacations.
I just want to warn future employees. I found the listing of this company on Indeed, and I fell on the promise of making $100k a year. Well I thought it'd require a lot of hard work to get that amount, then I'll get it I have no problem with being a hard worker. The interview went fine. Now what they promised was far away from what I expected. I should have asked first to look around the office before accepting the job as a sales rep. In my first day, I was given a script I had to recite in front of a seasoned employee. After several rounds, I went in the working office, and to my surprise what I saw was a typical call center, old furniture with old computers and sad faces making phone calls across the U.S from a list of random phone numbers, which they changed when they feel that was "burned". Pressure was obvious and you have to repeat the exact word from that "effective" script every time you caught someone willing to let you say your conversational script. Prospective employees, if this is what you want, this is the perfect place with a disorganized micro management. BTW, the script is designed for English speaking people only, don't try to sell to non-English speaking, that's not allowed as I was told.
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