What is it like to work at Noble House Hotels and Resorts?

2.0Work/Life Balance
2.2Job Security/Advancement
Non Supportive/Micromanaging Culture. You are EXPENDABLE
Written by Catering Sales Manager (Former Employee) from San Diego, CA on April 24, 2018
Specific to my location-
This company is very much of the ideal that each employee is expendable and therefore do not put forth the supportive culture that many employees look for. GM, DOC, DOS solely care about quarterly/annual numbers rather than the work-life balance of their employees so burnout and high turnover is inevitable. And even when individual - more ... and team numbers are met or exceeded, they still question anything less than 10 hours/day and micromanage lunch breaks, comp days, etc.

Even down to the sub par lunch that was provided for daily employees and the half attempted yearly ... - less
ProsBeautiful property.
ConsMicromanaging. Non appreciative/supportive of amount given to job. No work/life balance support.
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