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Kids Rep (Πρώην Υπάλληλος) - Greece - 24 Φεβρουαρίου 2020
My experience with TUI was amazing, i experienced the most magical things whilst working for this company. I also learnt so many new things that i never thought i would have the chance to learn, such as new languages, activities to play with children from all around the world and also interacting with parents/guardians more than ones on a day to day basis.
The best job so far. It was a life changing experience i gained so much from of it one big thing was my confidence. I was put in situations i hated but it helped me in the long run and i soon got use to it. Each day was the same but different, we would start at the same day every day ready to set up the club room for the children. We would run a morning sessions for the youngest children we had which was 3-5 years (tots) which lasted two hours another club was run in the next room which was for ages 3-11 years. We would have teddy bear picnics outside or if it was too hot it'll be indoors. We would go on a bear hunt with them or take them to the park which was attached to the hotel. On the evening we would have some reps running a movie evening, chocolate party while the others were at the mini disco entertaining the children. Management were really good and supportive. The hardest thing was you're always on the go you get one full day off an half a day. which does sound like a lot but overall it isn't. I wouldn't of changed anything. The perks of the job were having your accommodation sorted by them. They also provided one meal a day for you. The wage a month though wasn't great but i think the actual job its self made up for it it.
While working for tui as a baby club host in Kos for the summer I learnt so many skills to further my career and it changed my out look on life for the better. I made friends and work friends with people all over the world it was an amazing summer !
i absolutely adore this role as a guest realtions. there are so many beneifts and perks on becoming a TUI rep such as meeting all walks of life, very challenging at times to provide guest satisfaction but the results are rewarding.
Die Arbeit als Reiseleiter ist sehr abwechslungsreich jedoch auch stressig.
Man darf keinesfalls erwarten , dort wo man hingeschickt wird nur am Strand zu liegen.
Ich habe zwei Jahre für das Unternehmen gearbeitet und kann es jeden empfehlen der Mal etwas neues ausprobieren möchte. Der Job ist jedoch nichts womit man reich wird und meiner Meinung nach auch nichts für die Ewigkeit.
Auto van de zaak waarmee je op pad langs de hotels gaat in de zon. Dagelijks vrolijke vakantie gasten leuke informatie meegeven en hen enthousiast maken om een (of meerdere) excursies te doen.
Natuurlijk zijn er minder vrolijke gasten, ontevreden met kamer, overboekt of een andere klacht. Jouw taak om toch een glimlach te bezorgen aan deze mensen, out of the box thinking is soms nodig.
Flexibel zijn is nodig, soms vertragingen of uit je bed gebeld worden voor mensen die naar het ziekenhuis moeten.
flights to and from resort, accommodation (basic & shared) & travel insurance free with the role.
Some reps are provided with a car if hotels are far from there home.
Only guaranteed one season second season offered to you if you hit targets.
Working day 5.5 days usually 9am-8pm with couple hours siesta mid day.
Some hotels feed you for free some don't.
Be prepared to be shouted at A LOT by holiday makers over trivial things (holiday makers complain A LOT!). So you will need to have a thick skin
Full training given (around a weeks worth prior to each season worked).
Managers are always a phone call away for support. Managers will also jump in and take over in big situations.
Everyone you work with will be very down to earth and your colleges will become your family while your away. You will end up spending lots of time together in and outside of work. You will enjoy this job if you'r a very social person as this is the main part of the job.
You don't get to choose what country you work in. Where you are placed is decided upon your personality during your interview and training week.
You cant fly home until the end of season so this means you cant see friends or family unless they come out and visit you and this will only be after work or on you 1.5 days off.
I found the job hard and very emotionally and mentally draining at times and living off hardly any money (you'll be on less than half the average UK wage a month) was hard but the social side, things I got to experience, living in the sun was so much fun!
living in the sun making new friends
no money, stressful, you have to have your work phone on 24/7
Overseas holiday repping is not about drinking every night, and having a 'free holiday whilst being paid'. The work was hard, long hours, very tiring, lots of walking, and last minute changes, but the sights I saw, the people I met, the cultures, the diversity, the dynamics, cannot fault the job. Management surprised me in all honesty, in a good way! Do not do this job unless you can commit to the lifestyle.
Kids Rep (Τωρινός υπάλληλος) - Κρήτη - 1 Οκτωβρίου 2017
A typical day at work was very varied and changed from day to day, the kids club that I was working in for the most part could hold 24 3-5 year olds and we held sessions that included arts and crafts, indoor games and sports.
At times it was hard to work with children from other countries, not just the UK, as it was hard to communicate with them, but it was very rewarding when a child who did not speak the same language could understand the instructions you gave.
It was nice to work with other members of staff from across Europe, but this was also something I found difficult as staff members from all other TUI groups except TUI UK&I received a higher rate of pay, 2 weeks holiday and didn't have to have a childcare qualification for doing exactly the same job role as me.
A new way to learn who you are and what you want in life. Away from home and learning to live and depend on yourself. Gaining areas of your personality you would not know you had whilst travelling the world at the same time