Supervisor (Former Employee), Myrtle Beach, SC – February 11, 2014
I began this job as a hostess to fulfill my internship requirements. Soon after I started, I was put into the marketing department in which I did off-site visits to various hotels or businesses, hoping to spread the word about Planet Hollywood and attract them to basically market for us. The environment was awesome and the people I worked with made – more... it all worth the while. Being able to say I worked at Planet Hollywood was a huge thing for me, especially being a Resort Tourism major. I was basically starstruck from the beginning. It was a great job for me, but just didn't allow me the advancement I had hoped for. – less
A typical day at planet Hollywood is always hectic, as soon as you get in there you MUST be ready to work. There is no slacking off. The restaurant is located in Disney so its not your everyday normal restaurant. Its always busy there, but it does have its perks. The management is very flexible with hours and they will work with you. And the pay is – more... pretty good. – less
Productive and fun workplace atmosphere with great workers
Sales Associate, TeNo (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – January 10, 2014
Working at the Miracle Mall in Planet Hollywood was a tremendous place to work where its so busy and fast pace. Had me busy with clients and frequently doing work and greeting customers all day. Was a good atmosphere to work with great co workers and manager. Learn a lot in this retail just in a few days.
Cook (Former Employee), Myrtle Beach, SC – November 15, 2013
I learnt how to work high volume speeds at a restaurant. I loved when we were busy. Everything seems to flow well and the time goes fast. My favorite part of the job was cleaning up at night and talking with the other employees about how good of a day we had.
Banquet Set-up (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – October 12, 2013
Pros: very good enviorment with perks
This job is great,and better if you work with cool people,which for the most part I do.Manager is flexible and leaves you alone as long as you get the job done.The bad part is that in certain times of the year it gets slow and they cut my days.And also very cool when we get a really cool convention
Poker Dealer (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – October 7, 2013
High energy atmosphere with the employees to back up that property. I learned how to enjoy this job by acclimating to the environment and it's guest. Management kept a good eye on the daily procedures and maintaining guest services with respect to employee praises and disciplines. I enjoyed the guests being happy with my services and I got tipped very – more... well. – less
Pros: you get over time every week due to understaffed lineup
Cons: everything about the job
Horrible kitchen to work in, cooks are treated like animals working in unairconditioned kitchens in all black chef uniforms, sometimes working 15 hour shifts with maybe a 10 min brake if they let you take one. chefs insulting and screaming in your face all night or standing in the hallway while the line crashes. no working elivator so you have to carry – more... food up five flights of stairs. You can't get a raise even when they say they are going to give you one a year later. They average a line cook walking out or quitting once every week and a half. They are 25 people under staffed in kitchen alone because people had so many confrontations with the new sous chef. I loved working there till new management took over no one cares about food quality or the way they treat there employees. – less