Oh... I don't know how to start, first I missed everyone; my coworkers, my supervisors and our manger they were like my Own family leaving them was the hardest thing for me. We had a nice memories together and I was like the little brother they loved very much and I loved them also. I grow with them as part of a team that was the most wonderful thing in this job we helped each other and we had many difficult some times when I finish my 16 rooms some of my friends had to finish 2 moor rooms so I help them and sometimes teach them how to became faster and how to care about the smallest details like how to put the pen how to make the Pillow and in everything I try to do my best and I was the most helpful one in the group I just love to help my coworker each time. I don't know what to say moor the only thing that I have to say is I miss them all and I miss the Four Seasons hotel. It was my best life days.
Management (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 14, 2017
It has been a delightful experience to work in this company, development and learning opportunities are present every day at work. I feel I am a better professional. At this stage I am looking for a more personal life balance.
Tournant Chef (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 13, 2017
They are professionals and make you feel like you are part of a family. You are never asked to anything that is out of your responsibilities. they value their employees and that makes us so productive.
Nice place with conducive environment and opportunity for career development
Waitress (Former Employee) – Qatar – August 8, 2017
A typical day at work entailed detailed interaction with the customers and staff. Approaching the customers, suggesting menus and going the extra mile to learn their names gave crucial customer service skills which I doubt I could acquire hadn't it been for the job.
Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 29, 2017
Typical day was a 9to10 hr shifts I learn a lot about how effectively how to provide effective customers service Hardest part would be the turn over The enjoyable part is building every lasting relationships with all genres of people