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Ich habe in Vollzeit bei Audley Travel gearbeitet (Über 3 Jahre)
The best support and management in a sales environment.
Low pay for quite a bit of work and the commissions were also very low.
Ich habe mich auf Empfehlung eines Mitarbeiters beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte eine Woche. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Mai 2018 bei Audley Travel (Boston, MA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
There is a video interview where you answer questions and record your answers, phone interview and then eventually an in person interview.
Overall I was really disappointed to hear that I was not asked to come in for at least an actual interview. I had my phone interview and felt that the experience was a little cold. The recruiter was a bit scripted, and at one point I didn't get the feeling that she was even listening to my answers. Not only do I have 10 years sales experience, but I've also traveled to numerous countries and truly feel traveling is my passion. When I saw this opportunity I almost died as this IS my dream job. I love helping people, and often help friends and family plan their vacations when they're going abroad to places I've been.
I was more than happy to represent a country I've been to, but also was very interested in representing a country that I hadn't explored yet. I was told that you are sent to the country you will be representing anyway to experience the excursions that you would be recommending to your clients...which is amazing!
I was told that they prefer to have you represent a country that you have been to, which makes sense as a perk, but they send you to said country to experience the excursions you'd be recommending anyway...why then does having been there even matter? Wouldn't you be able to relate to your clients even more if you just visited a new country for the first time and can share your experience with them? Again, I can totally see the perk in having been or lived there, but I'd be curious to know the reasoning on such a strict requirement. -Which by the way is not listed in the job description that you have to have been to certain countries you are applying to. When I had my phone interview it was heavily focused on one of the countries I had explored, and was told if I were to come on board it would be for that country. Therefore when I received my email stating that they would not be moving onto an interview, I replied back with a thank you for your time, and asked if I could receive feedback, so as to learn how I could have been a stronger candidate. No response. I have no idea whether it was my experience level, my overall personality, or the fact that maybe they just didn't need me for that country. I wish I knew because if it was just due to the country that was available, I would love to reapply as I would still REALLY love to work there.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch