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Great company, low pay...
F&B Manager (Former Employee) –  Charlotte, NCSeptember 11, 2018
Great company to work for, management training is some of the best.

Unfortunately, they salaries are no where comparable to market value.
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Fun, fast paced environment
Sales Manager (Former Employee) –  TexasSeptember 10, 2018
Checking emails
Reviewing convention schedules
Follow up calls
writing contracts
Taking incoming calls to book conventions
Partnering with Sales Managers
Pros
Cheap lunches
Cons
Long hours
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Great place. Funnest job!!
Concierge (Former Employee) –  Corpus Christi, TXSeptember 10, 2018
Loved working there. I was a concierge so every moment of my job was enjoyable. Loved my management love the company. Would go back in a heartbeat!! Recommend to anyone.
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The only good this is they promote from within
Manager (Current Employee) –  Dallas, TXSeptember 7, 2018
Senior management does not have a good pulse on the day to day operations of each department. People are promoted based on favoritism and not always merit. Wages are low, benefits are expensive. Omni does not pay out unused PTO. If you go on maternity leave you are forced to use your PTO. There is no work/life balance to speak of in management roles. You are asked to give feedback but when it challenges senior management, you are then seen as a problem.
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Old school company, not forward thinking
Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXSeptember 6, 2018
Worked on the marketing team and they still rely heavily on the old school "shmooze and booze" tactics, and aren't getting with the times to move towards online marketing. VPs and directors don't listen to the new voices for new ideas. Imagine working for a company in the 1950s. Almost all VPs and directors are men, coordinators and secretaries are women. The owner only allows Fox News to be played on the TVs. Overall, this company is lacking in diversity and forward thinking ideas.
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Stressful and Poor Management
Global Distribution Specialist (Former Employee) –  Omaha, NESeptember 4, 2018
Working here was hard for me. When i started they were okay and then once things started to pick up at work you literally didn't have a social life they barley gave you time off unless asked for Months in advance, and even then it wasn't guaranteed. The management was poor and when you turned in complaints it was held over you. They wont fire people they basically make people miserable so they quit.
Pros
Free Nights at luxury hotels
Cons
Management sucks, low pay
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Beautiful Property
Sales Administrator & Market Research Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXSeptember 3, 2018
This hotel is a beautiful property to work at but management needs to be updated with more supporting and knowledgeable people. Employees don't have many opportunities to grow, and if they do, salary isn't enough for the new position. They say they grow from within but they get people from out of the company instead.
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Decent Workplace
Server/Server Assistant (Current Employee) –  Scottsdale, AZSeptember 3, 2018
Fun, friendly environment without much room for advancement, unless the Hotel business is your purpose and passion. Working in the Restaurant is much like any other food or beverage outlet. You work fast and hard for a brief period of time then your shift is over.
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second home
spa attendant (Current Employee) –  Nashville, TNSeptember 2, 2018
Been in Omni hotel for 5 years. Awesome place to work at, there's team work and great work ethic. Took so much experience for some of the positions there.
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If you want no life work for that place
Manager (Former Employee) –  Chicago, ILSeptember 2, 2018
Extremely unethical treatment starting from HR to general manager, you get fired for lost keys but if you general managers wife you get to have keys to whole hotel entrances and elevators, they expect you to cover other departments putting additional hours with no compensation, worst two years and my 32 years carrier and food and beverage
Pros
Insurance
Cons
High cost of insurance very limited access
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Dont Do it
FRONT DESK AGENT (Current Employee) –  New Orleans, LASeptember 1, 2018
This has been one of the most stressful jobs i have ever had. Front desk is the absolute worst position at this job. They expect you to do so much work with little pay. You get the blame for every other departments problems and the guest are treated like royalty. They do not care about your life outside of work. Management were all friends so you couldn't go to anyone about any issues without them putting each other first. And the turn over is ridiculous and now i see why. They will schedule 10 days work stretches and not think twice about it.
Pros
discount on rooms *if its available
Cons
no work life balance, they employees don't matter, little pay
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Great work enviroment
Cook One/Lead (Former Employee) –  Fort worth texasAugust 30, 2018
The day to day work flow depends on the whay conventions a happening in fort worth. Its a conventional hotel not a resort. Due to this depening on which kitchen you work in banquets or restaurant your scheduke can become very daunting and will leave you drained. How ever the managment team is above and beyond talented. They make sure that they can do the most for you to allow to get your job done in a timely manner
Pros
1 a day for meals
Cons
Swing shifts
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Fun workplace
Concierge (Current Employee) –  Austin, TXAugust 29, 2018
Omni is an overall great company to work for. The culture is amazing and they have so many hidden benefits and awards. From day one everyone was so friendly and treated me like family, and I’m very sad to be leaving.
Pros
Culture
Cons
Old fashioned brand
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Great location
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) –  New York, NYAugust 29, 2018
It was a rewarding experience, learning plenty as I grew in my role, however the culture and work ethic had declined dramatically for the past few years.
Pros
Great benefits. Comp lunch. Great location
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Loved working at Omni
Senior BI Developer/Architect (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXAugust 29, 2018
I was part of the BI team. My work was to take care of few online jobs in the morning and then work on current projects assigned to me. Very collaborative work environment.
Pros
collaborative work environment
Cons
Didn't enjoy workin for my manager
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great environment
Stylist, Makeup Artist, and Nail Technician (Current Employee) –  Nashville, TN 37203August 28, 2018
it is hard because nail techs are short and i am the only one in that department . good environment and fun group of coworkers. guests are so great here
Pros
cafeteria 1.50 lunch
Cons
short breaks, corporate environment
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Good Place to work
Laundry & Uniform Manager (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXAugust 27, 2018
Omni Hotels is a great company to work if you want to develop and put your skills to the test. Challenge your self, they love young and tireless leaders so they can get the best of them. Once you feel accomplished leave, before you get kicked out.
Pros
Discounts, great perks, culture, good atmosphere
Cons
work hours, some leadership poor skilled.
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Fun
Leader in Development (Current Employee) –  Atlanta, GAAugust 27, 2018
You get to meet a lot different and fun people. Because it's in the hospitality industry, no day is the same. Would daily need to fix guest issues that could've been managed better if caught early.
Pros
fun people
Cons
the hours of operations
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Good Company to work for
Reservations and Group Housing Manager (Current Employee) –  Orlando, FLAugust 26, 2018
Omni is a good company to work for. They teach the Omni Culture since your first days in Orientations and it is definitely followed and you are given lots of opportunities to continue to learn and practice it.
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Great Company to work for
OUTLETS DIRECTOR (Former Employee) –  Austin, TXAugust 24, 2018
The Omni brand is very strong and dedicated to guest service and taking care of their employees. Although the hotels in Austin are dated, the locations and guest satisfaction make up for it.
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