Questions and Answers about Hilton

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Make sure your breath is at its best.

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Try to have them show you What your JOB consist of and DONT let them have you Give Them the AMOUNT you Should Be PAID. THAT IS HOW THEY GOT (ME).DO YOUR RESEARCH!

Answered - Houseman/Housekeeping (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH

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Be motivated, ready to work and positive, wanting to succeed

Answered - National Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Englewood, CO

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Be and act as a professional..! Smile and use eye contact when you answer any questions..

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To be neat well groomed and have a cheer full personality

Answered - Waitress (Former Employee) - Doha, QA

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Be Firm , ask about benifits time off policy

Answered - Hilton Garden Inn (Former Employee) - Flowood, MS

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Be honest.

Answered - Security Supervisor (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX 75207

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Just be yourself. I would also suggest that a person not apply if not truly interested in helping others.

Answered - Relief Night Auditor (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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If you are interviewing at Hilton, please make sure you find out who you will report to, and anyone else who will impact your ability to do your job. The last three months of my 13 years were awful because I was promoted and the expectations that were set during the hiring interview were not met. Please ask as many questions, no question is wrong. Make sure that you know your job duties and that you know who you report to. During my time at HRCC my team leads were amazing, and their boss Bryan Simmons was very intelligent. I only had extreme hostile issues with the Hilton Honors Fraud Department lead by Quincy Howard who reported to Christopher Tam who I did not get along with at all because he attacked me via e-mail and that's not good management. I do not regret replying back to him. Do not let a male superior dominate you at Hilton. Report any sort of behavior where male superior attempts to quiet you and asks you to do things against Hilton Values-even if it costs you your job temporarily.

Answered - Fraud Analyst for Hilton Honors Fraud Department (Former Employee) - Carrollton, TX

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Don’t it’s a waste of time and now they’re already hiring again on indeed after they never got back to me

Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV

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