Pros: free lunch, family atmosphere
Cons: the decision making wasnt top notch
- A typical day at work started with me opening up the resort at 6am after i delegate necessary tasks to each employee. I would introduce myself if i have not already met the clients that were in contact with me that day. If we had already met we would move right in to the agenda for all of their functions we were hosting. Throughout the day i would relay necessary changes to all other departments as the clients designated urgent. My overall goal each day was to ensure 100% satisfaction and to make sure each and every guest had someone to talk to at any moment in time to resolve any wants and needs within the contracts.
- The most important thing that i learned in the 7 years i was there was how to relate to other people. And not just a "how do you" ive learned that going that little extra mile and becoming more personable with anyone you come in contact with actually puts more smiles on peoples faces than anyone can believe
- My co-workers were all a good time to work with. We all shot towards achieving the same goal each day. And in doing so, building teamwork
- The hardest part of the job was waking up at 5am. Yeah the job was hard but i really like it. The only honest answer i can say is waking up so early
- The most enjoyable part of the job was all of the different international people i got to meet.