Vacation Ownership Consultant (Current Employee), Alexandria, VA – June 24, 2014
Pros: great work environment
Cons: high pressure, you need mental toughness to be one of the top sells reps. this can be looked at as a pro or con.
Wyndham is a great place to work, plenty of challenging sales professionals working to sale the worlds greatest most flexible points based vacation ownership program there is. In just a month and a half I've learned about sales psychology, fine tuning my people skills, and learning about a great product that I'm going to own one day. Co-Workers are – more... great and helpful, and I've made good gains on the sales floor in just a month. I think I can sale any product after working for Wyndham Worldwide, "That's how confident I am in this company"! – less
Hospitality Sector: Hardworking and Honest Professional Seeking New Opportunities
Night Auditor/Guest Relations Representative (Current Employee), Kansas City, MO – April 22, 2014
Pros: working with my wonderful guests!
Since joining Wyndham Worldwide/Days Inn, I've made many contributions to organizational performance standards. These contributions have increased ADR/Rev Par and Guest Satisfactory Scores. All in all, I absolutely love working in the hospitality sector and continue to seek new leadership opportunities!
Supervisor - Accounts Controls and Administration (Former Employee), Orlando Florida – February 24, 2014
Pros: excellent opportunity to learn new product, new leadership techniques.
Cons: utilized interns and associates via staffing agencies. was challenging due to limited training.
Extremely busy, fast paced, auditing of 4-6k mortgage contracts per month. Excellent opportunity to interact with employees throughout the day by working side by side. I gained extensive knowledge of the mortgage/vacation ownership business. The management team was always under pressure due to volume and staffing. We paid out a lot of OT. We were almost – more... always understaffed, but they did the best they could to support us with limited resources. The hardest part of the job was that we were understaffed and unable to hire additional headcount due to budget restraints. As leaders we spent a lot of time working as associates which gave us limited time for coaching and development. Most enjoyable was learning a new business, interacting daily with associates, peers both internal and outside sales. Getting to meet business partners and gaining understanding of how their business impacted ours. – less
Implementation Analyst (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – February 14, 2014
Pros: health benefits, coworkers
Cons: working on weekends and holidays
Overall Wyndham is a good company to work at. A typical day at work will be calling the franchisee and working with them to getting the proper Property Management System install at the property. I have learned a great deal of customer service and how to work with the franchisee when they have questions or they are upset with something. My coworkers – more... were fun and great to work with. We supported each other and strive to achieve our goals as a department. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the franchisee when they get upset. The most enjoyable part is working with a good group of coworkers. – less
Great place to work and interac with many franchisee
Contract/Legal Coordinator (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – February 10, 2014
Pros: good company to work for
The typical day was busy open and distributed the mail making sure that all Contracts were received and log into the Excel spread sheet. Making calls to the trainers making hotel reservations Learned a lot about other culture and Hospitality Management were ok My co-workers were great people Hardest part of the job was making the deadline and year end. the – more... most enjoyable part of the job was the summer picnic – less
Specialist, Sustainability (Current Employee), Parsippany, NJ – January 30, 2014
Wyndham provides a great environment with great people! I would seriously label the headquarters as the "google" of New Jersey. Work/life balance is definitely there and the compensation is competitive with New York.