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The work was always challenging and different from any other industries. Work was completed on one of a kind equipment, not available to the rest of the world. The company itself is great, biggest problem is the management (non existent and constantly rotating).
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I really enjoy working for TUI. Every day is different. I enjoy the different places I visit and I love that I have the opportunities to visit the countries I am able to visit. I enjoy interacting with the passengers and do my very best to ensure they have a safe and enjoyable flying experience
I really looked forward to going into the office because I loved my job and I was good at it. I met some great Leaders in the Business and built some solid friendships over the years. The hardest part of the job was dealing with difficult people with weird personalities and office politics. I've enjoyed everything about the job and I'm very grateful for the opportunity of working for them for many years..
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I was there for three months and I learned a lot. The work culture was more relaxed then I expected it to be, but the office still got everything done. The London office was quite small so as an intern I had the opportunity to speak and work with people across departments.
A company that loves to say thank you a lot, but this is all the recognition you'll get - lots of talk/meetings about actions and none of which are followed up. Promotions are a joke, and are only for the people whos face fits within the managers circle of 'YES' people. Experience here counts for absolutely NOTHING - you'll be treated like a number and nothing more. If you like a lot of sick days, and a company with empty promises, well this if for you. The appraisal system is a total joke too. HR department is in tatters, and the recruitment process is the most drawn out I have ever known. my advice is look elsewhere.... I did
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The company as a whole is difficult to work for. There are too many meetings and progress is slow in my opinion. The 'people on the ground' are a lovely bunch to work with but in my experience there are too many chiefs and not enough Indians.
At first it is a fantastic place to work but once you have been there a short while the little cracks of everyday office life start to reveal themselves. It’s definitely a place where it’s not what you know that makes it a good place to work, it’s who you know that makes that happen. If you do not fit in with the right people it is a very unpleasant place to work.
Generally great people to work with but let down by inefficient and outdated processes. Management are confused and have limited direction. Technology changes take too long to deliver and rarely improve user experience. Pay and benefits are generally good to generous.