nothing else matters except for revenue and profit
f&B captain (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 9, 2017
This company was once a very good company to work for, but it was sold 5 or 6 years ago. In the last 18 months corporate culture has done a 180 no job security at all. Currently there is a strange mix of the old and the new senior mgt.
great locations, held in high regard by local communities
bad leadership, did not care about managers or EP's could not even act like they cared
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Snellville, GA – March 23, 2017
I worked for ClubCorp for almost 11 years. They are an amazing company. I did everything you could think of for a golf course. I was a bartender, cook, book keeper, HR, event coordinator, and manager. They pay well, and take care of their employees.
No raises, ever, for anyone unless you are management. Very stressful environment for a country club. The employees are treated badly by management as if they are inferior. The employees themselves are awesome.
The job is straight forward. I clock in then head to the tennis shop. There, I help people by reserving courts for them, selling them items they need, and charging out tennis lessons. At the end of the day I log in all the expenses into our computer management system, prophetline, and send it to clubcorp to close out.
Tennis Professional / Lead Racket Stringer (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – January 26, 2017
Avoid this place at all costs. Management is run very poorly. You will find great friends to work with in the majority of your co-workers however you will not advance or receive any benefits of any kind.
A typical day of work consists of setting up activities for children and securing all safety equipment. Management wasn't that great in my work department, but working with the kids and parents making sure they were happy made the job very enjoyable.
Fun, interactive job that involved making everyone happy
Executive Chef (Former Employee) – Florida – November 3, 2016
This club is a poor example of what the company stands for. It is infested with roaches, poorly mantained and very dated. For a GM that has been at this property for just under two years, you would think that there would be some sort of example of improvement; either through future plans verbal communication, visually or otherwise. It was clear that there were other goals/intentions that didnt include improving the work or member environment.
Golf, closed on Monday
Management, Direction, Facility, Tools to do the job
Horrible life balance, and pay line level and managment
Cook (Former Employee) – Virginia – November 1, 2016
Great company out of school. Then it became extreamly toxic. Being in a managment roll through economy falling , middle managment was leaned on heavly, payroll/ budgets cut to a level of amazment, while upper managment still thrived with bonuses promoted friends to rolls that were once cut for money. If you asked about the events going on you were harshly punished and witten up. Hard to work for a company who doesnt listen to the day to day operational employees. Regional staff extreamly lax, rarely gave a &#$@ or knew who staff members were. Shady shady business practices, im shocked members dont ask more questions....
......? Ill let you know when i find them
Life/work balance, non exsistant, below average pay compared to area cost of living