I worked at TravelClick full-time (More than a year)
A nice place for a stepping stone for a career path. There is room to learn from your peers. There are some savvy workers at TravelClick.
There is a huge communication barrier between departments and from management. The processes of getting work done needs a lot of work. Working smarter is not their thing.
Advice to Management
Management needs to be the bridge for communication gaps. Don't let favoritism be the motivation for moral. Learn to support your team in all challenges.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at TravelClick (Orlando, FL) in September 2016.
The entire interview process took about two months. First, there is a phone interview with a recruiter which lasted about 30 minutes. Very generic screening and salary was discussed ($40K with commission). Next was a phone interview with the VP of Inside Sales and two Inside Sales Managers. After the phone interviews, I went to the TravelClick office for an in-person interview. I met with the Inside Sales Managers together and the VP afterwards. The next step was what they called a "roll play" - an activity where I was the Director of Sales for Hilton on I-drive and I had to sell them rooms and meeting space. This was done over the phone and with the VP and one of the Inside Sales Managers (one was OOO). After the role play, I was asked to go back to the TravelClick office to "shadow" two of the top reps. I didn't actually shadow anyone though - I met with the two reps separately in a meeting room and they gave me a better description of their day to day job and allowed me to ask questions. After meeting with them, one of the managers gave me a tour of the office. I was told after that visit they would meet together and make a decision and send it up for approval. At the end of all of this, I did not get an offer, so don't expect anything if you get this far. Fairly typical interview questions. They seem to like when you know about the company and their products. The role play was a little awkward and something I had never done before - it seemed like they just wanted to see how you would sell something. I rated this as a negative experience because of how long the process was with no offer and no feedback.
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