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World Travel Holdings Co-Chairman and Co-CEO Brad Tolkin
Brad Tolkin
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    Great Place To Work! Love working from home

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    Current Employee - Work At Home Customer Service Representative in Albuquerque, NM (US)
    Current Employee - Work At Home Customer Service Representative in Albuquerque, NM (US)

    I have been working at World Travel Holdings full-time (less than an year)


    There is so much support while going through training. All of the resources are very easy to find. The calls are not what I am used to having worked in the contact center industry for 24+ years. Meaning, they are so much easier than what I am used! The coworkers are great. I am so pleased I accepted this position and love my job.


    Honestly, the only con I have found is the schedules change every 3 months. I'm flexible so it's not an issue with me.

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    None. I am very pleased with my job.

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World Travel Holdings Interviews

Updated 12 Dec, 2014
Updated 12 Dec, 2014

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    Temporary Copywriter Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at World Travel Holdings in November 2014.

    Interview Details

    I felt like I had to jump through a lot of hoops with this company for a temporary position and in the end, didn't receive a job offer. I had submitted my resume through their website after seeing the job posted to Indeed, and received an email from HR the following day asking for 4-6 of my best copywriting samples, which I sent to her. She responded back the next day scheduling a phone interview with her the following week. That went went, and then she set me up to meet with four people in the team. That in-person interviewing process took over three hours...but I think what was a little frustrating and time consuming is that I not only took a proofreading test during the interview, but had to then submit two writing samples to them over the weekend, (pick a travel destination and come up with a promotional offer and write an email for it and a landing page.) I have no idea if the hiring manager shared my work with her colleagues or even liked it, but it's important to note that her professional background was primarily in web and graphic design, not copywriting. She also read all of her interview questions from a page she had prepared and didn't comment specifically on any of my accomplishments and therefore I felt that she wasn't looking towards me or any other candidate as an individualized person with specific skills and experience. I also think the two writing samples should have been requested and asked for before I was invited to meet in-person. Keep in mind that this was a temporary position...really, the most important thing here should have been that I can write well, meet deadlines with no problems, and work well with other people, three qualities that I have. It's a shame because I have been out of work for almost a year and had decided to focus on my copywriting skills and this industry would have provided additional experience and writing samples. Employers really should put themselves in a job hunter's shoes, especially one who has been out of work and has a lot to offer.

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Power List, Travel Weekly, 2010
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Headquarters Wilmington, MA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $25 to $50 million (CAD) per year
Competitors Sabre, Liberty Travel, Expedia

World Travel Holdings (WTH) sells vacations and cruise packages directly to consumers through multiple brands, including CruiseOne, CruisesOnly, Cruise411,, Vacation Outlet, and Villas of Distinction. It owns licensing agreements with the cruise components of third-party travel companies American Airlines, Orbitz,, Delta Air Lines, and BJ's Travel. The company has offices in New York, Massachusetts, Florida, and Virginia and a UK subsidiary, Cruise 118. WTH was founded in 2005 by brothers and industry veterans Brad and Jeff Tolkin. A year later, the... More

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