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About the company

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    11 to 50
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    Annapolis
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Annapolis Internal Medicine is an independently-owned primary care medical practice in Annapolis, MD. We provide comprehensive medical care to people of all ages. Our team cares for all members of your family, treating illness and injury, promoting disease prevention and managing your most complex medical conditions. Annapolis Internal Medicine is your family’s primary medical partner, working with you to achieve optimal health.

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Area Director of Sales in Plano, Texas
on May 17, 2022

Aimbridge used to be a great company to work for, however they have become more concerned about adding additional hotels to their management portfolio rather than taking care/improvement of their current teams and hotels. There is a huge disconnect in the mission statement and message they deliver from the corporate office to how they treat employees & teams that are not in the Plano Corporate office. If you are not in Plano or friends with above property executives, do not expect to achieve any career growth. Plano only has eyes on Plano. 1) PAY YOUR BILLS. Hotels meeting & exceeding revenue budgets are held accountable for profit margins, however bills are never paid by corporate team in correct months and General Managers are left scrambling paying bills + late charges & fees on hotel credit card to get basic hotel supplies to operate because vendors do not want to do business with Aimbridge. 2) Promotions are not given by seniority, experience, or knowledge. 3) Conference calls to have Conference calls. Somebody on the corporate team needs to feel like their jobs are justified and plan corporate calls with no puropose/and or redundant. 4) Over redundancy in monthly/weekly reporting. If its in A3 and viewable by you and corporate team, why are you asking me to put in another spreadsheet? This is a disrepect for other peoples time. 5) Invest in your employees. It was'nt appropriate in 2019 to give employees raises during record breaking profits & ADR's, but in 2021 we are giving people 50% salary increases in some positions? 6) Corporate message is that "we don't have a cash register and we are here to support you" WRONG. You don't support properties. When someone needs assistance, you send them to M7 with a 1 - 2 day response time & call you at 10pm or sit on Marriott technical support for 5 hours with no resolution. Your corporate team should have encountered the issue before and know how to resolve it. 7) Digital Marketing - is it awesome that you have this, yes. Is the cost to the property great, yes. However, a 14 day turn around time for a basic flyer that is brand regurgitated is ridiculous when you can create yourself in MGS and get in a day from Marriott for free. What is the purpose? 8) Aimbridge should value its brand image and hold its owners accountable. If the owners can purchase 100 new properties, they should be paying their phone bills, HD Supply bill, Sysco, and investing on property improvements that are overdue. In the end, Aimbridge has become a company that values quantity; Quantity of their expansion in to every major market and country even if they are competing with themselves with other properties. Quality no longer exists and this translates to employees, culture, and guest experience. Do not work here if you are looking for a career. Even with their "scale", the room for advancement is rare.

CDPAS (Personal Care Aide) in Elmira, NY
on October 2, 2022

AIM has been very good to me! Just what I wanted, the one on one and direct care with the client but while still be able to utilize my nursing skills.

Senior Admissions Representative in Dallas, TX
on November 29, 2021

Was advised not to go to work there I said “it can’t be that bad” It was Never ever go to work there I was laid off and never received my PTO Never got a straight answer on why Also never send your children here for a so called education

Driver in Girard, OH
on October 19, 2021

This place is a bad place to work, they don't care about their employees. The pay is good but the work is difficult and home time is not good at all..

Instructor in Duluth, GA
on June 28, 2021

The grey area gets muddied when it benefits the laziness of management. They sell unsuspecting victims an over-priced sub-par education to include $175 fee for free pdfs located on the FAAs website. There is no support for the students, no empathy for the employees, no reward for overachievers, yet stiff punishment for those not in the good-ole-boy club.

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