Horrible Place to Work. I highly do not recommend this family of resorts JC.
Leisure Sales (Former Employee), Rancho Bernardo Inn – August 27, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Worked here for over a year. Has to be one of the worst places to work at. Management here is terrible. Especially in the office i was in. This is a GRAY AREA company. They had the wool pulled over my eyes during the interview. Once in, I felt like i was in a third world country. Our office had no windows...small cramped desks. At least 4 year old chairs. – more... I was on a hourly + commission. Lets just say if you don't hit your 100% shop criteria they take whatever the average is of all 3 scores and you get that percentage of your commission. Not your full commission...but the average of all 3. I'm glad to no longer be working there. Seems like a blessing in disguise. – less
You are expected to save this place from ruin. Too late! Already there! They have the highest turnover than any place I have ever worked at. You are expected work and work without any help or support. Then they ask you why you aren't performing. No work/ life balance. Pay was good but not worth the hours you work. Beautiful property but it is a shame – more... no one can save this place. Look elsewhere and save yourself some heart ache. – less
director of food and beverage (Current Employee), Temecula, CA – May 5, 2012
they pay very little, and work you to death. you are expected to run an operation and sit in meetings at the same time. the hr director does not listen or help, and gm just keeps piling it on. the working conditions are sub human, the is no air in the kitchen or outlets. the are bugs and rat droppings everywhere and you are expected to perform with – more... no equipment. a typical day is 12 hours. – less