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- 5.0Jun 18, 2023Coordinator, Mental HealthCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSaint Petersburg, FL
This role requires quite a bit of travel and provides you with an opportunity to connect with the tennis community in an exciting and impactful way. Pros definitely include meeting and collaborating with phenomenal people from different backgrounds.
Cons are that things may change with very little notice so prepare to have your schedule upended and rearrange some plans. The Tour cannot control the unexpected things that may occur when traveling for tournaments so that can pose a major con at times but the support is always there.
- 4.0Aug 8, 2023Legal CoordinatorCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Remote work, handle legal projects and have good team to rely on. Work with player management side. Good pay
Can be tedious work. Turn around time for projects and answers short window.
- 4.0Sep 11, 2022ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 years
They tend to hire people too junior in experience for the roles they are given. But with this, it is an amazing opportunity to take hold and experience a lot of career growth very quickly. "Trial by fire" If you come out on top, you really are quite far ahead of your peers with experience.
Same as pro...they tend to hire people too junior in experience for their roles. This can lead to anxiety and burn out. Additionally you end up doing work you should be paid more for if you were in any other company (even another sports organization).1
- 3.0Mar 27, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Great travel, loved the people I worked with.
Lacked communication. Didn't understand the scope of my profession and would ask for changes in things that would take a lot more time than I was allotted for.
- 2.0Jun 30, 2021Communications ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsSaint Petersburg Beach, FL
If you are lucky to be on the traveling staff then you get the incredible benefit of being able to travel the globe expenses free (incl. hotel, airfare, food etc.). For travel staff, the company does well in terms of work-life balance, days off, PTO, comp days etc.
No career path or career development plan in place. No bi-annual or annual review / feedback system in place. Poor communication and transparency from both department heads and executive staff. Nepotism and conflicts of interest run rampant at this organization. Executive staff does not know how to delegate certain tasks, department silos and therefore have become comfortable with having too much power and can't delegate or give some of it up. Every time they try to hire a new VP to help alleviate workload, the new hires then get squeezed out in 6 months to a year because the executives don't like experiencing the loss of power.1
- 5.0Jun 3, 2022Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Great experience and hard working colleagues who enjoy collaboration.
No job is perfect, but the culture here is better than average.
- 4.0Oct 9, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Incredible organization to work for. Passionate, hard-working people surround you at all times and gaining experience was so beneficial.
Pay wasn't great with the amount of work, but the experience was unparalleled. Favoritism/hierarchy around office was extremely noticeable at times
- 4.0Oct 15, 2014Court StaffFormer Employee, less than 1 yearNew Haven, CT
The company had promotions where you could receive free tickets to tournament games after work hours.
Communication was challenging because the tournament grounds were so expansive, and employees would be hard to reach at times.
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WTA Tour has an overall rating of 3.5 out of 5, based on over 19 reviews left anonymously by employees. 64% of employees would recommend working at WTA Tour to a friend and 35% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has improved by 4% over the last 12 months.
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