Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 11, 2016
Everything about this company is very intriguing in theory. Unfortunately that intrigue becomes a cluster that is very much lost in translation in regard to implementation of culture. Be very cognizant of the available online reviews if considering employment with The Aspire Group.
Career ladder, room for growth, sales training
Low pay, long hours, misleading company vision statement
Interesting place to work. Diverse customer base. Great location and staff.
Administration Manager (Former Employee) – Rodney Bay, St.Lucia – February 15, 2016
A typical day at the job was firstly checking emails from customers with regards to the booking of their timeshare properties. Ensuring their requests where upheld by the reservations department and replying with confirmation or unavailability. Secondly, our databases had to be updated with guests arrivals (room number, number of guests in the room, room type, length of stay, date of arrival and departure etc) in order for the marketing and sales teams to do their jobs. Then it was down to regular daily Administration Manager duties, dealing with suppliers, accounts, contracts etc. The hardest part of the job was managing multiple strong personalities, but it caused me to flex my human resource education. The coworkers were a good group of persons, some with insight I could learn from, others I could influence and teach stuff, overall a well rounded group. Management, apart from myself and the marketing manager consisted of the the owner/managing director. As a management team I think we were fair, understanding, flexible, firm when called for, and reliable. One con, the managing director would make changes on the fly. He would have an idea and want to just run with it. At times it worked, others we showed him the down side and he agreed or went on with it anyway. I learned a lot about timeshare and the tourism industry from the project consult.
Free lunch, beach location, resort location, interesting international guests
Direct Care Professional (Current Employee) – Lakewood, CO – January 4, 2016
I have been working for Aspire for almost a year, and enjoy working with the population we service. The exposure to several kinds of disabilities in one location leads to a very interesting day. There is no typical day because the people you are giving help too grow daily and will amaze you to what they truly can do if given the opportunity. After years of just jobs, I have truly found a career working in this area.
Project Manager (CONTRACTOR) (Former Employee) – Rock Island Arsenal, IL – September 17, 2015
Customer service oriented and professionally run organization that met and captured requirements of the customer. Employees were motivated to consistently provide highly technical and quality product results.
Manager Volunteer Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 8, 2015
Its a great company to work for they are always willing to help and they are family oriented. A typical day at work goes by fast always doing activist, I learn you always have to be leader. its pretty simple
Client Services / Distribution Services (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 25, 2015
This is a fairly new company and needs to advance with the times and not continue to do patch work. The system was out dated and there was a lot of manual work, and room for associates to make mistakes.
Always work to do
Not enough people to do it or the system to handle it
Retention Consultant (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – March 18, 2015
Working at Madison Square Garden is an amazing opportunity. It is one of those places that every time you go to work you say to yourself "You are working at the World's Most Famous Arena." Everyone there are always friendly and willing to help when they can. There are a bunch of different activities going on during a game but when all the parts start working together it is like a well- oiled machine.
Youth Leader (Current Employee) – Whittier, CA – January 29, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the students everyday and watch them grow into their own. The hardest part of the job is not always being able to help the students. An everyday : taking the kids to recess, snack, then homework assistance, and finally enrichment. If you have a good set of staff in your site, you can work as a team and therefore show the students team building.