Working there was ok .I had a great shift in my opinion.
Valet Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – Jefferson hospital – September 18, 2017
For the most part working there was fine. The employees I worked with varied. Some knew the job and did well others didn't. Management was ok. Some managers were more accessable than others. Starting pay should be more.
Valet Attendant (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 10, 2017
I work here part time while I go to school. It is an average job, the pay is minimum wage. Depending on the time of year, it could either be really busy, or very slow. Definitely plan on setting money aside for the slow season.
Inconsistent hours depending on the season, poor management
I'm middle aged and was considered too old to be spoken to. The young accountants looked down upon me and spoke disdainfully to me if at all. The attitude of superiority is unbearable. The work that I saw was shoddy. Poor audit trails. Hours for regular employees were ridiculous. I could never have worked there as a permanent.
Valet Cashier (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – October 12, 2017
i loved working here, although job security isn't really there. managers are very nice people with exceptions. other than that the work can be demanding at times but very manageable as one can only do so much. if you want promotions, working hard would not get you that, you have to kiss @#$$* if you want to be anything more than what you already are.
Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 29, 2017
The work was easy and fun. Co-workers were nice and the schedule for parking attendant was flexible. A typical day at work was easy going and autonomous. The rate of pay was fare for the work. the culture was a little annoying at times because some managers need training on communications, leadership skills and training. The hardest part of the job is the event staffing in Chester. It is not easy to get to on public transportation and it is physically exhausting. I learned how to troubleshoot the parking equipment at the parking facility.
Event Staff Job is exhausting and you need a car to get there.
Valet (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – September 18, 2017
I learned to help people in aspect i could with Valet. For instance, I not only pulled there car up for them but i asked the customer if they need directions anywhere. So I was a living Gps for the Downtown Dallas Area.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 14, 2017
A typical day At LAZ consist of checking both Valet ,trolley and all 8 floor and entry and exit lanes are in working order while handling income and Helping put customer to there needs.This job has taught so much but one the main lesson i learned was how to be proactive and run different operation at the same time.Management where humble but stern they where the reason why you wanted to come to work well groomed and wrinkle free shirt everyday. LAZ parking had every kind of culture due to the location we would get all kind of different foreign individual .The Hardest part of the job is During Christmas tree lighting due to the high demand of Self parking and valet Parking .the most enjoyable part for working for LAZ was all the culture that was intrude to me by our guest.
Free lunch, culture, wearing a suit, meeting celebrities
fast paced and consistent work. Great work environment
Valet Parking Attendant (Former Employee) – Wilmington, VT – August 30, 2017
5 Stars. Excellent pay rate and tips. Work as much as 16 hours a day. The members were great and tip very well. The most difficult part of the job was the fast pace and trying not to let the members waiting on entrance or exit from the club.