Ask what are potential employee strong assists what can they improve on as a stronger Work environment
It could be better. The interviewer needed to focus more the hotel needs and goals, rather than personal experiences.
Answered - Front desk Supervisor (Former Employee) - Queens, NY
Never had one
Answered - Laundry Attendant (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Very straight forward.
Answered - FOM (Current Employee) - Milford, DE
The interview process is different for a Hilton Corp Owned property vs. a Franchised property.
Most franchised hotels have their own guidelines and policies. I know the one I worked at wold hire any doped out friend or family member(while lying about administering a drug test upon hire). The only person the rules ever applied to was me. One person told the gm she was high on method and she did absolutely nothing. Allowed her to stay that day and never even drug tested her. I was a witness to the entire situation.
I had to go. I am noworking seeking employment with a Corp owned property.
Interview by both managers
Answered - Night Audit/ Guest Service Agent (Current Employee) - Charleston, SC
Fill out the application come in for interview the next it’s pretty fast when we have openings
Answered - Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) - Spartanburg, SC
You have to get a background check which takes about 2 weeks to come back. Then it’s based upon the availability.
Answered - Housekeeping Manager (Current Employee) - Milford, DE
Very simple, standard, they didn't ask a bunch of the standard questions that don't mean much, they just felt out if I was a good fit for the team and could actually complete the work and if I had good references etc. Easy interview, low stress.
Answered - House Person (Current Employee) - Gulf Breeze, FL
It was ok interview ask questions what to do show me around easy for me first time not that hard
Answered - Housekeeping (Former Employee) - Cullman, AL