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Amazing resort
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee), Santa Rosa Beach, FLSeptember 11, 2013
Pros: great money
Cons: horrible management
I loved working here. I made excellent money, and learned a lot about hospitality.
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Fast-paced, high energy work place.
Seasonal Dispatcher (Former Employee), Santa Rosa Beach, FLDecember 21, 2012
Pros: lunches provided for $1 daily on site.
Cons: having to work nearly every weekend.
During a typical day at WaterColor Inn & Resort, I maitained record of all housekeeping activities in rental units as well as in the hotel at this vacation rental community. I worked with many hard working, positive and productive people. The most difficult part of the job was keeping track of all housekeeping statuses on some of out busiest weekends – more... such as Labor Day and 4th of July holidays. I most enjoyed working as a team player for this company. – less
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Busy workplace
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Santa Rosa Beach, FLSeptember 26, 2012
Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: changes in management
Every day was different at the Resort. I started my day by answering emails and voice-mails prior to the bosses getting in. The rest of the day was filled with assisting my immediate two bosses with their requests for reports/special projects, and then assisting all other managers as needed. My office seemed to have a revolving door. I was the liaison – more... between executives at the parent company, management company and the staff at the Resort. I had the respect of my co-workers as I was always there to listen and assist them as requested. The hardest part of my job was dealing with guests who had had a bad experience, and finding the balance between making them happy and not wasting the company's money to solve a problem. The most enjoyable part of the job was dealing with my co-workers as I enjoy being the "behind-the-scenes" person who gets things done to create a happy work environment. – less