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2 days ago

Senior Account Manager, CPC – new

TripAdvisor London, England

fast-paced, team-oriented and entrepreneurial environment. • Experience… TripAdvisor

10 days ago

Partnerships Manager

TripAdvisor London, England

Partnerships Manager - [London] Company:TripAdvisor Location: London Functional Area: Partnerships Employment Type: Full-Time Regular Why this… TripAdvisor

3 days ago

Localisation Programme Manager – new

TripAdvisor London, England

products. You will be part of a team sim-shipping localized products and marketing material in 30 languages… TripAdvisor

28 days ago

Account Manager, CPC

TripAdvisor London, England

The successful candidate willjoin a very vibrant and dynamic international team of digital marketing andtravel industry experts. You will have… TripAdvisor

17 days ago

Senior Localization Manager

TripAdvisor London, England

TripAdvisor is the world’s largest travel site. Our global travellers must have an excellent local experience and this leadership role will be… TripAdvisor

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    It all comes down to your manager"

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    Current Employee - Sales Manager  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Sales Manager in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at TripAdvisor full-time for more than 3 years


    Great brand, great concept and great industry to work in.


    Many of the managers I have come across are not qualified as 'managers' - to coach, mentor, challenge and grow their staff.

    Some managers are intimidated by smart employees and deal with this by micro-managing.

    Employees are not held responsible for deadlines or delivery or work.

    As the company has grown, global policies have been implemented across operations, sales, pricing etc. that do not fit with specific market needs and way of working.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop having favourites, don't be intimidated by smart staff below you and be proactive in managing your team members.

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