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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Reviews

Updated March 13, 2019
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  1. Helpful (1)

    "Account executive"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time

    Pros

    Great team and product

    Cons

    Salary and the location traffic


  2. "Department I worked are very unprofessional ."

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    Former Employee - Account Executive
    Former Employee - Account Executive
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Experience, learn to manage big books of business, and become more knowledgeable with software.

    Cons

    During training, they start you off with a strong sense of team work but it doesn’t take long for one to see that they have favortism, treating the rest of employees poorly, sometimes even ridiculing people during weekly team meetings, and nepotism.

    Advice to Management

    Train your supervisors better before you throw them on the floor to educate the rest of your employees. It was blatantly obvious that a lot of the individuals in my department were either overworked, didn’t care, or simply on a power trip.

  3. "Good company"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time

    Pros

    Cruise benefits are nice but it did increase significantly for employees, great co-workers, friendly, decent benefits (I think it could be wayyy better with the amount of people in the company though)

    Cons

    Very cliquey in some departments, no flexibility,


  4. Helpful (1)

    "Miserable Employees"

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    Former Employee - Air Concierge in Omaha, NE
    Former Employee - Air Concierge in Omaha, NE
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    I felt the pay and benefits were acceptable.

    Cons

    A typical day involves being on pins and needles as the rules change minute by minute. My immediate supervisor micro-managed me to the point of exhaustion, while other employees seemed to be untouchable. You cannot speak your mind without being in fear of being fired. I was told using words like "I would do it this way" or "just my opinion" were sarcastic and I should keep my opinions to myself. If you can put up and shut up even when your immediate supervisor is hypercritical, then maybe you could tolerate working there. The upper management does nothing about the constant abuse.

    Advice to Management

    From Forbes "5 signs of poor management":

    1. Miserable Employees
    It's one thing to talk about your boss behind her back over an isolated upset, but when the majority of employees within a department or organization are vocally complaining about the work environment, you can be sure this is a sign of poor management. While managers should always encourage employees to voice their concerns, there is a clear difference between venting issues and a spreading fire of workplace angst. If your organization seems to have a revolving door policy, constantly losing employees due to personality or performance issues, then it's probably time to evaluate the effectiveness of the management. Positive and straight-forward communication typically go much further than disciplinary measures and threatening language. This is an important lesson for every manager.

    2. A Big Ego
    Managers who have a political or personal agenda are also likely to have big egos. While it is natural to think that people in positions of power develop big heads, effective managers act as team players, not dictators. Managers that are constantly taking the credit for the work of their employees are often feeling personally threatened. Acting with a big ego is a defense mechanism and is a poor way to manage workplace situations.

    3. Low Productivity
    Employees who feel that their bosses are ego-maniacs also find it hard to produce as much as employees in happier workplaces. This is easy to understand: There is little to no motivation to be an efficient or effective worker when your boss never goes the extra mile to encourage or reward your performance. One of the clearest signs of poor management is indecisiveness. Managers who do not set goals and expectations for their employees will end up with low productivity units.

    4. Resistance to Change
    Change is inevitable and yet poor managers are afraid of it. This, like having a big ego, has to do with feeling threatened by employees or situations. Effective managers are able to embrace innovation and change, and to manage employee problems before they become crises. Poor managers have no idea how to do this and instead are constantly looking for quick fixes.

    5. One-Way Communication
    It should come as no surprise that poor managers are also poor listeners. Employees want and deserve to be heard. Effective managers listen to their employees, consider alternative viewpoints, and are fair decision-makers. If you find your boss avoiding conversation, you can count this among the signs of bad management skills. Likewise, managers that can't take constructive criticism are probably not skilled leaders, as effective managers are able to motivate a team while simultaneously listening to the team's suggestions.


  5. "Second Purser"

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    Current Employee - Second Purser in Miami, FL
    Current Employee - Second Purser in Miami, FL
    Recommends

    I have been working at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Travelling, meeting new people, guest relations, services

    Cons

    Being away from home for long periods of time (contract length is usually 5 months.

    Advice to Management

    Shorter contracts, offer retirement benefits and medical cover whilst on vacatopn


  6. Helpful (1)

    "ACD"

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    Current Employee - Singer in Cleveland, OH
    Current Employee - Singer in Cleveland, OH

    I have been working at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great way to see the world and meet people from various countries

    Cons

    Being away from home for most of the year can be hard. Also living in very cramped and small rooms with little to do while at sea but work

    Advice to Management

    continue to give support


  7. "Cruise Account Executive"

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    Former Employee - Cruise Account Executive in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Former Employee - Cruise Account Executive in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Regent Seven Seas Cruises (More than a year)

    Pros

    Great department, team and management.

    Cons

    No cons I can think of.

  8. "Travel Manager"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Excellent way of seeing the world
    Relatively good salary

    Cons

    Some management on the ship can be very obnoxious


  9. Helpful (3)

    "Cruise Account Executive"

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    Former Employee - Account Executive in Miami, FL
    Former Employee - Account Executive in Miami, FL
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time

    Pros

    Best group of people I worked with in a long period of time. The people here know how to do there jobs and do them well. No in office drama either. Plenty of room for growth and they do tend to promote internally.

    Cons

    Sometimes a customer service position can stress you out which is typical with any call center environment.

    Advice to Management

    Increase the incentive


  10. Helpful (4)

    "Hard work, lots of hours in exchange for seeing the world"

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    Current Employee - Assistant Cruise Director
    Current Employee - Assistant Cruise Director
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Regent Seven Seas Cruises full-time

    Pros

    great ports of call and interesting guests

    Cons

    90 hour work weeks, very little support

    Advice to Management

    Hire Cruise Directors who manage in an inspirational way who support