flying trapeze instructor (Ancien employé) – Club Med Cherating – 17 janvier 2015
You work around 15 hours a day, have little privacy. You entertain the clients all day long, you eat with them, you talk with hem at the bar until 12:00pm and during the day you do are in charge of your activity, in my case ( teaching circus to guests at the resort). during the night you are also encouraged to do dance shows or comedy shows. I'm guessing it's different at different resorts, although the 2 previous Club Meds that I've worked with, had poor managers. They re-hire people they have fired in the past and it ruins the other workers experience working at Club Med as many issues rise up.
I learned how to patient, how to work and adapt to people coming from many different background, cultures, ethnicities.
I learned many good communication skills to speak and entertain the guest, while adapting to every one of them. It taught me to be more outgoing and unafraid to approach new people.
The best part of it was being able to travel and discover another country and meet amazing people from all over the world and have good connection for the future.
free: visa, plane ticket, room and board and amazing buffets
Long hours, low pay, bad room conditions, poor management
Agent service à la clientèle (Employé actuel) – Montréal, QC – 1 octobre 2019
Working a Club Med is a nice experience but if you are looking for a higher salary in this call center well this is is not the place. Sure you can go on vacation in the Carribean easy but it is hard to go to the resort in Europe, Africa if you don't possess money.
Guide touristique (Ancien employé) – Albion Ile Maurice – 26 août 2019
Work in a five stars hotel was a wonderful experience. I have learned how to deal with high class tourists. I worked with people from other countries and different cultures. I was a pleasure to work en to enjoy myself at the same time