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.
Security Agent (Former Employee) – Sharm El Shikh , Egypt – June 14, 2015
it's very nice place and was a good start in my job career because the Four seasons company consider to teach the employee How to be nice and helpful with the people
i took lot of courses there :
Communication skills body language safety and first Aid
I'm grateful to worked in that place it was a few months but i learned a lot
the hardest time i made lot of interviews for 3 months i was in the waiting list because there wasn't vacancy jobs
the most enjoyable part , acutely most of time was enjoy :) but i always remember that i was feel so happy when found something lost or missing from the guests and give it to them back , to be nice and help the people is a very nice feeling it's make me proud of my self .
free meals, laundry and housekeeping service, transportation
ASSISTANT FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – July 16, 2015
Focused, self-motivated professional with strong food and beverage and luxury hospitality management background complemented by a genuine interest in training, coaching, and mentoring team with the highest possible restaurant and hospitality standards.
F&B; Guest Services (Former Employee) – Wailea, HI – July 31, 2015
Great leadership, Great pay, happy employees. Management is good. Coworkers, mostly, are happy and genuine. aloha! Hardest part of job: early mornings/late nights combined. Most enjoyable: the sunrise & sunset, the happy tourists.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Westland, MI – August 6, 2015
Very productive throughout the day and I did a lot of extra work with pleasure due to the workplace moral. I loved to see the great team work of my team players and enjoyed the compliments given from my managers.
Server (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – May 14, 2015
The employees are friendly and welcome you. Its a fast paced job and as long as they are fully staffed everything goes smoothly. I learned that no matter how much you do for people not all of them appreciate it. That goes for customers and staff. Hardest part of the job is trying to raise a family on little pay and few hours. But enjoyed meeting people and getting to know the customers
Server (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 8, 2015
I enjoy working for this company, it taught me everything about working in costumer service. I love my co-workers and my manager. the company is very generous with its employee that's why the hotel is always on worlds top hotels. the benefits are extremely good. they take very good care of their employees and the employees really take very good care of their guest.
even though it was years ago.. I still remember that it was a relaxed environment. Management treated with respect and as an equal. I learned various positions, e.g.; Doorman, Bellman, Front Desk agent and was part of the security department
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 8, 2015
Great place to work, great coworkers, great benefits, constant training, great general management, however it was a conflict between gm and managers by departments making our jobs difficult and confusing.
Assistant Spa Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 10, 2015
Working for the Four Seasons for 15+ years was the best working experience. It is like a family. Working with people from all over the world and learning about different cultures was extremely enjoyable. A typical day included overseeing the overall operation and ensuring the standards were met at all times. All financial reporting and adhering to and meeting the budget. Upper Management was always supportive and provided valuable feedback to ensure your success. There was always a mentor program and open door policy. I greatly enjoyed with working guests and ensuring we exceeded their expectation. The Four Seasons Culture allows you to learn and grow as an individual.
to work in in the hospitality industry its been amazing to me for my career i had grow a lot professional working at the four season hotel the culture , the people and the most important thing is the golden rule i had learn a lot from my managment team how to build relationship , not only with my co workers with the guest and our regular clients the most enjoyable part of my job is every day i get to meet new people
benefits are the best
when is too busy sometimes we couldn't take a break
Excellent Environment for Seasoned and Dedicated Massage Therapist
Massage Therapist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 2, 2016
The Spa at Four Seasons Atlanta is the best environment I've experienced. I've been in this profession for 20+ years. This is the only Five Star, Five Diamond Hotel in Atlanta and they offer the same 5-star service to us as we offer to our guests. This current Spa team is tight and we take care of one another during the day to be sure we offer the best possible experience for each guest. Management is sensitive to our unique profession and my relationships with people in management and my fellow therapists reflect this. The quality of my work has increased because expectations of me are high. I want this. I am motivated to do well because I am surrounded by staff who have high integrity and feel the same way. Self esteem goes up because we are surrounded by good people. You will find the employees here genuinely care about people and want to offer the best service. Employees who have a lower work ethic move along which is great for us because we get to work with the best! Opportunity to earn good tips is built into the system, of course I would like to see us receive a per service raise within the next couple of years.
Management, Quality Clients, Quality Environment, Well Established International Reputation, wonderful meal in our own restaurant each shift, matching 401k and free vacation nights in Four Seasons Hotels worldwide.
Assistant Reservations Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – April 10, 2015
Santa Barbara was a great experience. I learned all aspects of the hotel business and was able to move my way up over the 8 years I was there. The upper management was a joy to work with. The support was the best by far. The most enjoyable part of my job was constantly learning new things and working with so many different people.
Lead Steward/ Training Supervisor (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – May 26, 2015
I opened the hotel and enjoyed the people I was around. They helped me grow into the supervisor I am today. The only problem was the balance of work and life. I did everything they as but at the end they did not want to keep my contract. And that hurt.