CASHIER/CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – Stratford, CT – July 29, 2018
An irate customer complaint about stained sheet was accommodated respectfully and left very happy and also returned several times. I have learned to always treat my guest with this hisghet respect and above expected hospitality. I was a manager myself and i have provided exceptional highest quality guest service and also great to my employees. Each and every culture was respected and treated equally. Being prepared and ready to face any part of the day was accepting so there was really no hard day. Being able to go to work everyday and interacting with my guest and employees was a top plus for me. Challenging new task on a daily basis
The hotels are not owed by the company it's self they are independently owned and operated with set standards to be a part of the Wyndham hotel brand. So it's really up to the owner what you get paid etc.
Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Warrenton, VA – December 12, 2018
Baymont Inn and Suites was very convenient at the time the hours of 11-7 allowed me to work my full time job in addition it.
I loved my guest and seeing all of my regulars. If I did not have so many unwanted hours and unplanned shifts it would've been a good part time job. I did not sign up for full time but that's what I ended up working in addition to another full time job; with kids. ;(
more hours than I signed up for, lack of management
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – December 11, 2018
typical day working at days inn is completing my assignments with check outs or stay over rooms providing strong customer service and helping customers with solving problems answer phone calls for assist from front desk i learned working at days inn is not only cleaning rooms for customers being able to assist customers and make sure they are satisfied and also helping other co workers too the hardest part not being able to satisfy all customer i enjoy cleaning the rooms and helping others at the same time it make me feels happy inside to see others happy
Resort Operations / In House Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 11, 2018
Wyndham, like any large company, has the problem of matching its corporate vision with the day to day operations. They do, for the most part, allow for a flexible schedule and career advancement, but need to do more when it relates to listening to their employees on the day-to-day level.
House Person (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – December 10, 2018
It was a decent place to work. you learn to become a team player there or you will find it sometimes hard to do your work well. It can become very frustrating at times. You must have patience, temperance and the ability to know how to speak to others. Employees or clients.
RECRUITER (Current Employee) – Branson, MO – December 9, 2018
Wyndham Destinations is an incredible place to work because of the close knit group of people you work with. The bonds I made with co-workers made being at work enjoyable and fun everyday. The professionalism shown at the Branson offices is unlike I have ever experienced. The best place I could have began my career.
FRONT DESK / NIGHT AUDITOR (Former Employee) – Gulf Shores, AL & Hawthorne, Ca – December 9, 2018
Loved having new guest come into the hotel, calling airlines and see if they have any cancel. The pictures are over exaggerated. Parts of the breakfast are a joke. No hot meat, only hard boiled eggs. Management is threatened by actual employees giving great customer service
Greeter (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 9, 2018
Face paced work environment with on the job training have to have great attention to detail management is very helpful if you have issues but they dont give very many chances to mess up and will fire you without a reason
Typically, as a contractor, you help keep your working space and sales center clean and organized.
As scheduled guest come in, the sales reps articulate the benefits of joining vacation ownership.
In between having guest come in for their presentation, you have the opportunity to catch up with workload. If there is not any tours, you have the opportunity to learn more about your job and have the opportunity to self educate yourself through taking training modules.
Front Desk Staff (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 8, 2018
Currently employed - no further details to elaborate on while operating under their employ. In order to ensure financial security until new employment can be attained, no possibly identifying information can be provided.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 7, 2018
The turnover rate is abysmal for a reason. The Analysis department got a new director that has never been an analyst and a manager that doesn't know allocate resources properly. Promotions and rewards are based on who your friends are not ability or quality of work product. Having to spin up multiple phase 2 and 3 projects to account for the poor execution of the 1st phase is considered a good thing so none of the contributing issues are addressed.
Tiny desk spaces, process for the sake of process.