Front Office Manager (Former Employee), New Jersey – September 25, 2014
Pros: free food
The hospitality industry is constantly changing and no day is ever the same which is one of the thrills with this job. Besides working with amazing co-workers who are dedicated, motivated and hard-working, you will also find a family away from your family! Since hospitality is 24/7, at times there can be a struggle for work/life balance but its worth – more... it! – less
Valet Parking (Former Employee), The Woodlands, TX – September 7, 2014
Pros: good people and cars to drive
Cons: indecisive management
I had a great time being a valet(out sourced company) but the management was horrible to deal with. I was able to learn a little about the nice cars I drove and a little about hospitality but theirs not much to learn after that. Movement inside the company is none existent. The hardest part of the job was the long hours and indecisive management. The – more... best part was the people you meet and the cars you get to park. – less
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – September 3, 2014
I learned how to help customers further through online services. The stress of meeting numbers was a little much. Also the overtime requirement made it hard to have a life outside of work and it became overwhelming. The most enjoyable part was the guest interactions, I absolutely love the customer service.
Challenging expierence that teaches one the culture of different gorups of people.
Guest Service Representative (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – August 31, 2014
Pros: learning different cultures and atending elegant events
Cons: lack of training
A day at the Hyatt Place is always a busy one. Here We do everything from making reservations to reserving a taxi. The most exciting part of the job is meeting people from all over the world. Since the layout of hotels are improving, I learned how to be flexible in completing everyday work tasks. With the help of our lovely management team, I learned – more... how to operate different systems such as Reserve, P.O.S, and Opera. The most difficult part of the job was learning to be patient and understanding that everyone is unique. – less
Office Coordinator (Current Employee), Sacramento, CA – August 28, 2014
When I open at work my duties include data input and email communication in a timely manner. I have learned patience and phone etiquette skills that have made me excel as an employee here. My co-workers are very kind in which some of them have been here for as long as 20 years. There are no hard parts included in this job because i have become so experienced – more... in my routine i can fulfill each assignment better than before. The most enjoyable part is the contest we have in the hub and the discounted rooms at Hyatts all over the world. – less