senior analyst (Current Employee) – Newtown Square, PA – January 6, 2016
There was a day that this company was awesome. But not anymore. Many mid-level employees work really hard to get this company to where it is right now. The company is not staffed for the amount of work that is asked for, but the employees always find a way. Management takes the credit for the hard work of the mid-level employees. Negative work environment 60% of the time.
awful benefits, management is poor, power trip younger management make work days difficult at times
Friendly company with the knowledge and understanding of providing fun and relaxing experiences
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Newtown Square, PA – September 4, 2015
A small growing company in the hotel industry with the potential of rising to become the largest all-inclusive vacation destination around the world. Providing people with amazing vacation and travel destinations is very awarding along with the satisfaction of working along side of friendly individuals. An amazing staff that possess the drive to lead the company in growth by providing quality services to the industry. Preparing for trade shows and events can become stressful and time sensitive, but it all works out with an amazing team of employees to help work and support each another.
Reservation Rep (Former Employee) – Newtown Square, PA – April 29, 2014
No work life balance. To get a day off you need to have someone cover for you and to do so you have to sweeten the pot by also given $$$ to the person who will cover you. This is the culture management fosters. If it too dangerous to drive in due to feet of snow, you get written up.
Management is insecure. They make up discipline issues, so they can feel power. They ignore true issues if it deals with their friends.
pay, credit structure, supervisors, and hr policies
N/A (Former Employee) – Newtown Square, PA – November 23, 2012
Personal time off is not respected at all, and you are expected to work through your vacation or at the hospital while recovering from an injury. You will be overworked with no incentive to stay until you are driven to a nervous break. Not worth it!