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Tricia Hendrix
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20 days ago

This work from home hiring opportunity is a great way to break into the Travel and Tourism industry with NO degree, PAID training and remote work EQUIPMENT included. Go ahead and click on the AAA job link below to learn more and apply online today for immediate employment consideration.

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Check out more work from home job leads and hiring opportunities today at #remotejbs

Important Disclaimer: This job lead is a AAA The Auto Club Group direct hiring opportunity and NOT a Jobcase sponsored job alert. Interested applicants are encouraged to practice due diligence during the application process and pursue any additional inquiries for this position at AAA The Auto Club Group Careers

#AAA #workfromhome #remotejbs #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #entrylevel #customerservice #travel #NationWideUSA

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Teresa Ray
22 days ago

Work from home employment in the Customer Service and #Airline Reservations field. Will consider other fields and Customer service employment.

I'm excited to find work from home opportunities on jobcase. # #jobsearch #nationwideusa #hiringnews #customerservice #airline reservations #travel industry #

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Tricia Hendrix
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3 months ago

United Airlines needs more workers! United just increases the starting wage to $19.64/hour three weeks ago for Ramp and Customer Service workers. That’s on top of medical and retirement benefits plus free flights for the employee and their family.

"We have frontline employees that are going to top out at $33/hour now in the current contract." Luke David, United Director of Ramp Operations

Interested applicants are welcome to search for new local Ramp Agent and Customer Service hiring opportunities via the job links below...

Can't Find A New Hiring Opportunity in Your Area? Stay up-to-date on job opportunities and updates that match your area of interest today at United Airlines Job Alerts

#UnitedAirlines #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #parttime #travel #ramp #operations #customerservice #entrylevel #NationWideUSA

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

AMEX just listed an intensive paid training and coaching Travel Consultant program you may want to consider if you are still in the market for a remote career job opportunity.

If you are interested in this exciting job opportunity please go right to the AMEX career page at AMEX - Virtual Travel Career Program - Travel and Lifestyle Services for all the job details and application instructions.

  • Important Application Note - these jobs are expected to fill up fast. If interested, submit your completed online job application as soon as possible before the jobs fill up or close.

Here is what you can expect once you’ve completed the paid training...

  • As a consultant, you will refine your knowledge of customer needs by asking personalized fact-finding questions to deliver an innovative and extraordinary service through multi-channel servicing designed to meet customers unique requirements

  • You will receive in-depth training to enable you to be a travel expert and you will know where to look to find the information you need to assist travelers with their changing travel plans such as trip cancellations, re-bookings, and exchanges. Troubleshooting any customer issues relating to the use of the travel website and expertly guiding customers whilst they navigate around the site

  • You will research, plan and execute customized travel experiences, through booking domestic and international flights, car and/or hotel travel arrangements

  • You will use your in-depth knowledge to help Card Members access their exclusive benefits, including how to make the most of their Membership Reward points

  • You take your understanding of new and existing product offerings, value proposition and relevance to the Card Member, to curate your recommendation

  • At times, you will need to de-escalate a Card Member’s stress, when unforeseen travel situations arise

  • You will always put the Card Member’s experience at the forefront of everything you do, reinforcing the Membership First mindset and winning their loyalty

Learn more and apply online today at AMEX - Virtual Travel Career Program - Travel and Lifestyle Services

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Doing this will help expedite your job search journey by making it easier for great local employers to find and recruit you!

Also, boost your job search results and hiring potential with these online brand-building tips offered in Elyssa's article, Jobcase app: profile tips to get hired.

Don’t forget to include your profile pic - A picture is worth a thousand words! Make sure you include your profile picture to ensure you drive more hiring manager interests to your potential and attract more member/employer connections in the community. See How to pick the right profile picture on Jobcase to learn how you can upload a profile pic that fits the image you want to present to employers.

Get Connected! - Your relationships are vital to your network! Use your old connections to propel your hiring potential to new levels. Connect with your family, friends, former co-workers, and managers today and ask them to follow and add personal/professional references on your profile. Doing this will help highlight your skill, strengths, and personal traits and inspire hiring decisions to go in your favor.

#AMEX #workfromhome #hiringnews #jobsearch #travel #customerservice #entrylevel #NationWideUSA

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Tricia Hendrix
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4 months ago

The Southwest Airlines Careers Team invites you to join them for Airline Career Connections every Tuesday, from 12p - 1p, (CT) to discuss everything you need to know about the application, interview, and Southwest Airlines hiring process.

Interested? Follow the link I added below to learn more and register for the next virtual career information session TODAY!

Southwest Airlines | Career Connections & Hiring Events | Virtual/Online Sessions every Tuesday, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. CT

Important Disclaimer: This job lead is a Southwest Airlines direct hiring opportunity and NOT a Jobcase sponsored job alert. Interested applicants are encouraged to practice due diligence during the application process and pursue any additional inquiries for this position at Southwest Airlines Careers

#Southwest #hiringnews #hiringevents #fulltime #parttime #travel #tourism #NationWideUSA

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Kelson Copeland
3 months ago

before even my first shift I let them know my situation which was I didn’t really have a place to stay etc and if I could get a hotel because I was in Fort Wayne and my store was 38 minutes from my temporary location. So I got ignored on that email but made my own way. My first week I got a finger infection and had to go to the ER and get antibiotics for it but cool whatever. So the second week I was staying in a hotel across the street from my store and I had a payment arrangement with the front desk people previously and everything was smooth since my checks wouldve started coming in and I was supposed to stay there until June. Well the hotel owners came and completely kicked me out of my room with all my stuff and I expressed to the company that I can’t just show up to work with all of my belongings and got ignored at first. Then their bright solution was to put me on the travel team and cut my pay down from 18 to 12 and get myself from Indiana to idaho. Flights are very expensive so cheapest ticket I could find was in Illinois. I drove 3 hours there and paid 295 for my flight. My flight had gotten switched when I got to the airport (not my control) and I wouldn’t be able to make it to my shift on time that night because my plane landed in Boise around midnight. I emailed them I should still be compensated for my trip and they said nope! So I didn’t rush off the plane and go straight to work , I had to get an Uber from the airport and find a hotel for myself the first night. I spent money I did not have and they helped with nothing at all. I eventually got them to help with the hotel where the initial email said I can’t choose help that’ll exceed my weekly per diem . Well ms petty said it can’t exceed my daily per diem and then I called HR finally to ask some questions and complain and got told that because of my attendance issues that they can do whatever they want when it comes to exceeding daily or weekly per diem and that I’d have the help taken out of my future checks. So that was stressful and annoying. So my first week was very rocky out here in idaho with the Ubers to and from work and etc. the handbook said they can help with rentals but they said they don’t when I asked about it. So the first check I received out here was $51 dollars and I was expected to provide my own place to stay and transportation to and from work for a whole week which was a joke! So I did not go to work and told them that I need to speak with a higher higher up because that was crazy m. Two days later they tell me I’m fired and that I missed work cus I was”too tired from flying “ which wasn’t the case at all and on my final check they took everything! I’m not stranded in idaho a place I’ve never been before with no money at all . I have no help or no anyone here and I told them I’ll do something about it and they asked me to cease and desist talking to a at the company cus they know they’re dead wrong. I’m 22 and never been in my own like that before and I don’t know anything about IDAHO so there will be something done about it because it’s not right! Do no screw yourself over and work for them nobody should have to go through what I’ve been going through I’m struggling because of them I’ve spent about 3000 dollars with this job and barely have made 1000 I’m baffled and down bad! Any help or suggestions?! #jobsearch #merchandiser #travel #scam #help #TAB #stranded

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Denise Lally
4 months ago

I felt proud to work for #Travel Centers of America when...

Company policies should go for everyone not a Selected Few

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Bryan Yatkowitz
5 months ago

Before your interview at #Travel Obsession a franchise of Dream Vacations make sure to...

I researched and booked vacations. During that time I Networked and had a table at events to gather leads. Many of which I converted to sales.

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Karen Murphy
over 6 months ago

As countries around the world grapple with how to handle the coronavirus, companies are starting to make decisions about how to keep their workers healthy. Chevron, in London, sent their workers home to "work from home" - link here: https://fortune.com/2020/02/26/london-coronavirus-work-from-home-chevron-sends-traders-home/ Has your company shared any information about what their strategy will be? Do you have the ability to "work from home"? Will you postpone work travel until the virus subsides? #coronavirus #worklife #travel #wfh

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