NotaHyatt – June 10, 2013
Hyatt is a great company to work with. Employee incentives, Lunches, uniform laundering, 401K, great health benefit packaging, and F&B infrustructuring. This company managing this Hyatt although a great company in its own right with realestate. Their F&B structure is behind the 8 ball as well as their human resource structuring is very grey. Managing with in this system is not worth the pay and heartache. Major changes need to be made in their upper F&B Department to bring them up to speed with hotel/resort management.
– June 4, 2013
Yes, this is a very busy hotel year round! A nice looking resort property on the outside, however; all drama on the inside with plenty of long term unionized staff that like to think they own the place. They can't keep up with the turn over here because of so many miss-leading hiring practices, this is a corporate run hotel with over worked management staff and directors behind closed doors. Food and Beverage leadership is the worst I have ever experienced in 10 years in the business. New managers are placed into leadership roles with little to no training and left to sink or swim. Other then it's breathtaking ocean front location and long history, its amazing this place has not been shut down by the health department. As a new manager, expect little support and a poor life work balance unless your the GM who eats, sleeps, golfs and entertains his own family there every day. Please beware of applying here for management postions!