Depends on what you're applying for. If you're applying for a job standing on the street or hanging out at a kiosk giving away free stuff (free stuff which comes out of YOUR pocket) to con people into listening to a time share sales pitch (which most don't) then they'll be on you like flies. That's because no one puts up with minimum wage and commission MINUS the "free" stuff you have to give prospects to get them to tell you they promise to show up and help you get your commission, MINUS the cost of the freebies you had to give away to get them to say they'd show up. You're applying for sales and have a pulse, you got the job don't worry.
Wyndham pcb there stress and unprofessional upper management. There is no team Spirit and it's only getting worse.
The benefits was great! Full dental, medical and vision. Vacation was great too. The only thing I miss from there is that.
Filled out an application online, also replied to an add on craiglist with cover letter and resume and lastly texted a number attached to the craiglist ad. Persistence pays off.
Its $12 an hour plus commission. sales are very hard to obtain. There is a HIGH turnover rate.
What is your availability
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Whenever they have a training class which is basically every month they will hire anyone willing to show up
I left because of the poor management that plays favorites with certain people. You don't bend to their will your out and they will find things to pick at you on the find until they push you put.
Looking for more challenging work and pay
We had a common area attendant who was with a temp agency and was absolutely fantastic. He was responsible, hardworking, respectful, and was willing to learn. He was one of my favorites by far. When it came time for him to be able to apply as a full-time employee, HR found a conviction for a minor felony having to do with drug possession. It also happened 12 years ago. In this case I felt that he was wronged by Wyndham. He had a family to support, and made a mistake in his life that didn't involve the damage of someone else's property, the taking of someone's life, or any other extreme action. I understand not hiring someone who has committed murder or was convicted for embezzlement and things of that nature, but a minor drug possession offense from 12 years ago? That frankly doesn't scream "Felon" to me. So in this case, no, but I feel that there are certain cases that shouldn't be overlooked where people have changed for the better.