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19 English questions out of 19

2 August 2019

What is health insurance like at TravelClick?

Pros

I have only been working for TravelClick for 60 days but I can already see the huge potential that this company has to offer to their employees! On-boarding process has been very organized. Coworkers are nice and very eager to help!

Cons

I am still waiting to see how the recent merge with Amadeus plays out. However, so far, all the changes have been to the better and always considering what's best for the employees. Health insurance is not that good for what you pay for. They can do better in their benefits.

Health insurance is not that good for what you pay for.

2 August 2019

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23 November 2018

What is the retirement plan like at TravelClick?

Pros

- Company Culture is excellent. - Decent benefits (401k match could be better)

Cons

- No Training (So don't be surprised if you're blamed for mistakes) - Management not clear on goals, can become extremely frustrating.

- Decent benefits (401k match could be better)

23 November 2018

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20 September 2018

How are the career development opportunities at TravelClick?

Pros

They respect the work hours. Payment is meh but good enough to survive and on time. They respect vacation time

Cons

HR don't care. People with high positions use employees as human shields to cover for the huge mistakes they make. People in high positions and management don't know what they're doing and won't listen to the specialists they have. In here forget about being recognized for your hard work, promoted, getting a raise, getting a title change in the first 4 years or discussing the inexistent benefits that they cover up with yoga classes that they make their employees teach for free. People hate each other, be ready to be friends with your closest co-workers and barely interacting with the rest of the teams. No career advancement plan. A lot of people with narcissistic tendencies. No innovation. No working from home unless you're in a high position. Would not recommend the experience

Advice to Management

Giving feedback is pointless, you don't care. Please stop pretending you do, no one buys it

No career advancement plan.

20 September 2018

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27 June 2018

What kind of career opportunities exist at TravelClick?

Pros

If you've got an entrepreneurial side and want to spread your wings, this is the place. They basically let you be yourself and if one solution grows on you, you can transition into a specialist role. Tons of opportunity to learn and grow. They really understand the future of hospitality technology. Don't expect to be micromanaged or led around by the hand. People are very direct here, and that can come across negatively if someone is sensitive or is a people pleaser. But those are great lessons in life and business and if you can accept them, this is a tremendous environment for personal and professional growth.

Cons

With so many entrepreneurial minded people running around, it is easy to miss passing on shared learnings with one another. You're on your own a lot when it comes to figuring out who to go to for what. But once you get it, it's liberating. Make sure your expectations are realistic. The learning curve here can be a year. Almost everyone they hire are overachievers and that can be tough for them to handle. If you have patience with yourself, it will pay off.

Advice to Management

Continue to fine tune the on-boarding and orientation for new employees so they don't get discouraged. Communicate news and updates faster.

Tons of opportunity to learn and grow.

27 June 2018

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30 October 2018

What is the feeling of job security at TravelClick?

Pros

Comparable pay for same industry jobs at other companies Lots of learning opportunities Okay benefits Will work with you to find a work/life balance

Cons

Bad location/heavy traffic Management favoritism Stressful work environment Management is cliquey Expectations not always clearly defined and change unexpectedly I should have gotten a hint when within 6 months of starting the team lost half of its employees. Extra work was pushed onto the remaining employees, mandatory OT was implemented. workload expectation remained high even after new hires were trained. Unfortunately I also felt some bullying behavior from my supervisor. Due to the social environment at this place felt very cliquey, I was never comfortable bringing this up to the supervisor, management or HR for fear it would come back to haunt me. I chose instead to leave the position. They will say you’re part of the TC family but truthfully supervisors and management will gossip about you. They generally lack respect and professionalism, calling each other names, social shunning, etc. I also noticed that loyal employees who had been there 5+ years were passed up for advancement opportunities for employees who had been there less than 1 year. New hires which came after me confided that their training was horrible and they didn’t learn anything in training.

Advice to Management

Act like you value your employees, and take some sensitivity training. Stop pushing more work on to good employees and actually hire and effectively train more people.

I also noticed that loyal employees who had been there 5+ years were passed up for advancement opportunities for employees who had been there less than 1 year.

30 October 2018

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