15/hr for 2 weeks during training then 11/hr with your additional commission bonuses, depending on the number of sales per week.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Bluegreen Vacations a better place to work?
Keep the staff that have been there for 10+ years. There reliable ones.
Favoritism, tension, unqualified management. Whenever there are problems and you try to address anything with HR (who are equally unqualified it appears) they will make you out to be the problem.
If they didn't start people off at $11 an hour, no one would work there. Management takes advantage of employees and HR lets them
Everyone is restricted from going over 40 hours. However, if you do happen to go over you will be approached by the management the day before time goes into corporate and they will ask you to sign a time clock correction form. You will have to adjust your clock in-clock out time to deduct the hours you went over, and sign it before they send it in.
3 waves normally. A wave is defined as a round of guest scheduled to arrive. So 3 rounds with normally a couple of hours between them. It's pretty fast paced sometimes.
I hope they go out of business. Sleazy bunch. Hiring sales reps and favoring sales reps who have absolutely no ethics and pray on elderly/american public.
I'd probably say the rotating schedule. Even though being a senior employee in a turn and burn market, (6 years), it was hard to have a consistent work schedule, week to week. I worked as a Vacation Sales Representative in Dallas, TX. I loved the job- if persistence is your game, Bluegreen has a job w your name on it. Don't come into a high pressure sales environment, however, and complain that the work is too "fast paced." It's a hustle- you should have done your research before you applied. I love the timeshare business. Bluegreen gave me a great experience & noteworthy industry experience.