Philadelphia Country Club
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Philadelphia Country Club Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Sports & Recreation
  • Link
    Philadelphia Country Club website
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Reviews

Tennis in Tennis
on September 27, 2021
Great work environment for the department I’m in. Always looking for ways to make me better and mentoring me to become higher up in my position with great advice.
Bartender/Server in Pennsylvania
on April 26, 2022
This is a job that will overwhelm you. Understaffed and doesn’t care about their employees. Only care about making the members happy. You’ll barely have time to even use the restroom or drink water while working here. Very stressful. Staff doesn’t stay long because of how much they overwork you. Pay isn’t enough for how much you do. I was only there about 2-3 months and saw 6-7 people quit. Will not have time for your own personal life.
Landscaper in Conshohocken, PA
on August 13, 2020
I’ve only worked with them for half a year and I have been experienced before in past jobs but they have given me opportunities too expand my horizons towards the work field.
Personal Trainer/Fitness Center Attendant in Gladwyne, PA
on February 11, 2020
-Very accommodating with my schedule -Well managed, friendly coworkers -Sub-par pay and benefits: pay is mostly based off of commission from training clients, however clients are hard to come by
Events Assistant in Gladwyne, PA
on January 8, 2020
I worked here for almost 4 years and I saw wonderful, qualified and competent people get hired and then leave after being mistreated and disrespected by the Management team. The GM is a dishonest backstabbing control freak who has been there way too long and everyone is afraid to stand up to her. The tension and the constant underlying negativity affects everyone in every department. I was underpaid when I was hired, told not to worry that I would be 'caught up' after proving myself and never could get to a higher pay level. It was all BS. Meanwhile, because of overt favoritism by some managers, including the GM especially, some employees were far overpaid for their jobs than one could ever imagine. So there's no equity and HR is a joke - the one and only HR person there is a scared-to-death puppet of the GM - she will do nothing to help you nor protect your employee rights. If you need an internship, yes, go ahead and do a short stint here, but do not stay! Again, I can't say it enough - management will tear you apart and you'll end up with nothing and leaving demoralized at the very minimum. No one gets to stay here long unless you are one of the 'Favorites' of the GM and you'll learn who they are right away. P.S. The Club Members are exceptional though - believe it or not, they can and will do a lot for an employee. I was very fortunate that after I 'fell out of favor' with management (and before they could fire or lay me off for some bogus reason) one of several members who knew that I was good at my job duties directed me to another job opportunity where I had a wonderful experience and launched my budding hospitality career in the right direction. Just beware of the culture here before you accept any job - No department is exempt from the bad treatment - it just trickles down.

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How much money are you asking for? And - How much do you expect to be paid? How much did your previous job pay you? Are you available to work on weekends and holidays? You were told that THIS is a requirement - a MUST - if you are going to work in a country club. There are NO Mon-Fri only positions unless you are the GM. Are you fashion forward? (This was asked of females only - never the guys. The justification being that you have to dress 'nice' in almost ALL of the jobs there, except for kitchen, housekeeping and grounds keeping staff. Also, the male employees (or 'coaches' as they called themselves) in the paddleball and tennis departments could and did wear anything they wanted and were never asked about the issue of a fashion forward work wardrobe! Same for the Golf dept - the most elite of al departments - they were paid more than employees at the same level in other areas of the Club and did whatever they wanted to all the time.

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