Last updated: 02:28 PM ET, Tue July 07 2015

New Website Lets Travel Workers Rate Employers

Features & Advice | Tom Bastek | July 07, 2015

New Website Lets Travel Workers Rate Employers

This week, TTG Digital published an article about their new partner and its creators. The website is a way for travel employees past or present to rate and review their employers. Philip Price, past marketing director for P&O Cruises and Paul Moran, who was with Carnival U.K.’s commercial department, have come together to create the site.

Employees rate the company in five different categories like "Fun and Sociable Workplaces" or "Staff Motivation."  From these metrics, a company performance rating is given from one to five.

“Employee reviews are a great way for people in travel to let both their company and potential employees know what it is really like to work in that business,” Price said. “But this is not about showing travel companies in a bad light. We expect the majority of reviews to be positive, whereas others will show how employers can engage more effectively with their people.”

The site will offer travel companies the opportunity to respond to comments and ratings, and also promote their brand by uploading digital content. They will also offer a travel job search feature.

Consumers could benefit from this site as well, it could function as a kind of hidden TripAdvisor. It comes down to the old adage: Happy employees lead to happy guests. 

The companies with the best internal culture typically have the best guest service. So if a company on the site receives five stars from multiple reviewers, you can trust that they employees are having a great time, and that will translate to the guest. 

As this website starts to make its way to the Americas and the site becomes more populated with reviews, the data will truly be telling.  


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