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Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group Employer Reviews

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Fast paced and challenging
Director of Sales and Marketing (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OHNovember 20, 2013
Managing day to day operations, short and long term planning of the sales team, group and catering; Meets and exceeds revenue goals by developing new accounts and growing current hotel accounts in a profitable and win-win selling approach. Assist the General Manager in preparation of the sales plans, programs and annual budget.
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Company doesn't treat employees as people, just "workers" and numbers.
Manager (Current Employee), SeattleOctober 16, 2013
Cons: the company itself if horrible. bad culture and no one to listen or solve anything.
Corporate culture is unsupportive and dismissive of the field. Takes years to address recurring problems with employees and violations of policies. Low-wage workers treated as if they are nothing by upper management. They have a vice president who travels around and he makes sexually suggestive comments to hourly staff, racially charged jokes to management – more... staff, and has been with the company for many years. He is the example of the company. The good managers are pushed out and away because they are overworked and under appreciated. Not a good place to work at all! – less
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Lacking in Fundamentals
Employee (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJune 22, 2013
Pros: good clentele. great neighborhood. follow the rules and management will leave you alone.
Cons: startup with many grey areas, no advancement, no union
The major flaw of the Radisson Blu Aqua Chicago is that is does not hold employees accountable for their work performance (Good or Bad). Below standard thrives here. The property is owned by a Shiek from Qatar so management does there own thing until a new policy is spontaneously implemented. The HR office is a place for getting yourself in trouble – more... if you speak up about concerns. Other most problematic scenario is the cafeteria food. Its made of left overs from the banquet functions. Employees refuse to eat. While many of the departments are evolving to be efficient others are still not caught up due to the HR office not being run adequately. The Radisson Blu is a non union property. – less
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elp!
Reservation Agent/Customer Service Rep/Asst (Current Employee), Omaha, NEJanuary 7, 2013
boring!!! it is really boring!
I really don't have much to say except boring- oh did i mention boring
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Good growth. Too much work. Less pay
Kitchen Executive (Current Employee), Indore, MPMarch 14, 2013
Good growth. Too much work. Less pay.
Selected for Management Trainee. After completing, it with flying colors, HR did not offer minimum slary for that post. Less staff, very hard work culture. Pleople left in short period. My suprwiser was really good.