Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – June 3, 2018
A typical day at work includes preparing the dish pit, cleaning all pots and pans, communicating with chef about any issues. I learned how to prep food items, how to be a good communicator. The management was not bad, worked around your schedule and allowed time off. The hardest part of the job could be pressure under a fast pace. The most enjoyable part was the people.
Cook 2/ Cafeteria Attendant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 19, 2018
a typical day at the logan is like any other restaurant/hotel collab, you serve breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. There are very busy days and some slower days, The vibe of the day is generally based on which sous chef is working that day
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – April 4, 2018
Turnover is very high. No set schedule if your working on certain positions. Some managers are great, other higher ranking managers of the hotel are so inexperienced for their roles. No hotel director during the weekends which seems pretty odd. Most workers do pretty much whatever they want. Too many slackers, and of course you have other good hard working people there too.
Groups and Meetings Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 16, 2018
An awesome place to work with great a great culture. Structured and able to transfer throughout the company of available. There is a great open door policy. A typical day at work is filled with empowerment and team work
I had an excellent opportunity working as a Task Force.
Force Restaurant Manager (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 13, 2018
Task Force Management with Sage was fun met famous people and Management always welcome you to the team and team building everyone was proffesional.I would definitely love to work for this company in Portland Oregon.
Night Auditor/MOD (Former Employee) – Farmingville, NY – February 7, 2018
The 5 star rating in the "Job Work/Life Balance" category is because I didn't need it in my job due to the fact I worked overnight. The 1 star rating in all the other categories is GENEROUS because the company really deserves NEGATIVE stars!
TYPICAL DAY; Very fast paced because I had to constantly clean up after & correct the previous shifts' errors in addition to doing my own job
WHAT I LEARNED; A new PMS
MANAGEMENT; Has no business being management which consistently shows by the fact that they cannot keep anyone in the position I was in. Since my employment this company has gone though a minimum of 10 employees (I have personally seen the ad online) holding my exact position
WORKPLACE CULTURE; Favoritism
THE HARDEST PART OF THE JOB; "Babysitter" aspect as mentioned above
THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF THE JOB; The HOURS & the majority of the clientele
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 28, 2018
I was properly trained by one of the best cleaners aboard. i had a rough time getting to and from when it came me and my family relocating. I am grateful I added some housekeeping experience with Sage Hospitality.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – December 29, 2017
This is my first time working in hospitality, but the turn over is awful and for the most part people do whatever they want to on the clock. The hard workers are few and far between and accountability leaves much room for improvement.