5001 to 10000 Employees
Wyndham Vacation Ownership
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My coworkers were amazing, however the leadership was entirely made up of an old boys club, with no plan on changing that.
i work at the front check-in desk. it can get boring.managers and other crew members are great.
Loved working here because the people that work there are awesome made a lot of great friends while I was there job is only hard in the summer when the call volume is off the charts but the supervisors are normally very helpful and encouraging
From my experience so far the company could be more organized, there is little structure on the schedule and the guidance. It seems that upper management does not lead so well by example. The 401k plan and health insurance seems good. The other employees you work with might be a hit or miss as with any company Overall I have not had an outstanding impression of the company thus far. Everyone has there own experience and this just has been mine as of now.
I was sexually harassed by a popular supervisor. I felt so shamed from addressing two other sexual harassment cases on my team that I just never said anything. It was a game of favorites and enough stress just keeping the job. They'd pump you up and you realized you still could get choked up on the field. Elaborate pyramid scheme.
You sell the dream of a vacation, but you’re never allowed to take a vacation. Management basically sets your scheduled and it’s a 7-day operation, so good luck getting time with your kids or family if you have one. Managers are typically old white guys that have worked their way up from an entry-level position. It’s cut-throat, back-stabbing and toxic. Plus, the illegal drug use in that place is out of control.
Toxic environment. Senior leadership doesnt change but constantly talks about change. No one truly supports anyone unless it fits their agenda. New employees think old employees dont know what their doing, while old employees think new employees dont understand. Best to stay away from this culture, unless you like spinning in circles. No career growth.
Wyndham has good benefits and it's a fun place to work.
The most oppressive work culture I have ever been a part of. Nepotism, favoritism.
As in many Sales environments, male sales leaders were often incapable of viewing "female personality traits" as effective selling tools--DESPITE positive performance indicating otherwise.
Senior management is made up largely of 50 to 60 year old white men, all of whom have worked together in the past. The industry itself is very incestuous; differing viewpoints are hard to come by as people from outside industries are rarely, if ever, given opportunity - you must come "from the tables" (timeshare sales) - there is no other path in. The company does not appear to actively/consciously block woman from rising in the ranks - there is just no getting into the "ole boys club", as senior managers have all been together for many years within the same industry.
An EEOC nightmare
I recently had a sexual harassment incident of a newly hired coworker openly looking and commenting on my chest and upon telling management he was suspended but then added back to the schedule still on my shift five days later. My experience did not matter.
Very good in terms of management opportunities, however they offer zero maternity leave. You essentially have to go on short term disability at reduced pay, if they will let you, and have to continue to work while you're pregnant. One housekeeper came to work the day after she delivered! There are no feminine hygiene dispensers in the employee bathrooms.
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