Employees fantastic, management clueless
Travel Agent (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – October 25, 2017
If you enjoy an atmosphere where you can get along with your coworkers, the fellow associates are incredible people and easy to talk to. Vendor visits from airlines and hotel chains bringing free food and travel swag, check. The ability to possibly win some free tickets to sporting events, check. However, the management at this place is a complete farce. If you work really hard, take on extra responsibilities to get ahead and volunteer to come in early/stay late and on weekends, you will be handsomely rewarded with a thank you, maybe a miniscule raise once a year and moved to the front of the line to be continually walked over for the rest of your duration at the company. Sure, the supervisors are all nice to you, have no problem being your "buddy", but when it comes to getting recognition and career advancement opportunities, they fall insanely short, either overlooking your abilities or promoting someone else who has very little experience. My director was a great person and a good boss all things considered, but as a leader, it's amazing how she, or any of the other supervisors/directors got their title and position because none of them are leaders, they are seat fillers and nothing more in that aspect. They are a great company to work for at first, but after the first year, your odds are really good you will be just be another faceless cog in their poorly operated machine. I learned incredible skills at this company and while I'm grateful for that opportunity and knowledge, you can learn these from other companies who are way better managed than this one.
Good skills learned, paid vacation, good benefits
Bad management, no advancement opportunities