This is a wonderful company to work for. They provide clean locker rooms as well as clean your uniform for you and provide employee meals in their cafe. They also give wonderful discounts around the world if you decide to transfer work location or you just want to go on vacation.
Luxury Hotel property with highly trained/skilled professionals
Business Development/Catering Manager (Former Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – October 2, 2017
all employees start with rigorous training to learn and embody the hotel's philosophy, treat others as you would like to be treated. All employees treat each other with respect and genuine kindness, not only among peers, but also with management.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Pensacola, FL – October 2, 2017
Typical work day include goin in making sure things are stocked for your shift, light cleaning, customer service, cashier. Workplace is very busy, not really hard but, dealing with some customers can be tricky. I love the meeting and greeting people and for loyal customers, they make my day.
Licensed Massage Therapist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – September 28, 2017
Licensed Massage Therapist at Four Seasons Hotel spa, Washington, D.C., a luxury hotel spa performing massage as well as signature treatments and scrubs, with a focus on client retention, treatment enhancements, and retail.
Reservations Agent (Former Employee) – Westlake Village, CA – September 26, 2017
Working for the Four Seasons provides you with the best customer service skills and prepares you for future job opportunities better than any other job or education. Being a leader in the industry sets you up to excel and teaches you how to serve others.
There was a bit of gender bias when it came to advancement.
Care giver (Former Employee) – Independence, OR – September 14, 2017
Four season's was a nice place to work. It was smaller than other facilities. It was an Alzheimer's unit, it was fun getting to know the resdidents. It was faster paced than some, but it made time go by fast.
Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) – Lewisville, TX – September 14, 2017
I wish I could started over in try it again I was there for a min in somebody came in and got the job I was tryin to get but im not on that no more I just want to help out in help myself I might get a better job with them one day
Very friendly and at home environment. The crew was amazing and welcoming
Guest Services Attendant (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – September 13, 2017
My trainers were very clear when it came to training me for my job. The managers treated everyone equally and fare. Construction criticism was the ideal way to handle situations. Without a doubt I would love to work at the Four seasons again.
Free lunch, was able to stay at any four seasons in the world for free
The management in Tesuque is like watching someone shovel while it's still snowing. Staff at full of cliques and they gossip and spread rumors like high school. The facility is pretty enough but sort of cold and impersonal.
Executive Restaurant Chef (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 12, 2017
- Typical work day 15 hrs. - To be prepared for everything to be quested, always have an answer ready. Knowing your numbers, labor, food cost, recipe cost, reservation counts weeks out. Preparedness - Management is very involved, which is good and bad. it sometimes felt as though there was too much politics behind simple decisions. - Tip toing around egos. Making sure nothing could be turned around and used against you. - Bringing back joy and passion into the work place. Making customers and team members happy.
Working for a highly regarded luxury brand, who's montra is to treat others as you would want to be treated