Vice President of Operations (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 25, 2018
Reviewing previous day's results both financially and guest services ratings. Meet with selected direct reports daily. Open and transparent company culture. Being a servant leader for my team of General Managers and Directors.
AllSET Account Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 17, 2018
Working at Soleil Management is great. I feel like they are my second family. Not only do they want me to succeed. They help provide me the tools to do so. It really is an awesome place to work. So much opportunity. It's great.
Collections Representative (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 14, 2018
This job was in my comfort zone I enjoyed collection. I also enjoy working with customers. The benefits where great with this company they offered paid vacation, health, dental and 401k which is important to me.
Supervising Community Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 23, 2018
V/P needs to rethink of the safety of the managers working for them. Employees would laugh at you when the would go home at 5pm on a Friday and you had to work until your job was done as you helped during the work day.
Nothing pro about this company
Worked long hours while everyone went home at 5pm.
Front Desk Clerk / Relief Night Audit (Current Employee) – Davenport, FL – November 24, 2017
The Soleil Management Company controls and maintains the clubhouse and amenities at the resort, but not the vacation homes; these are privately owned and managed by 3rd party management companies. The general public does not understand that if there is a problem with a unit, we cannot perform repairs, create refunds or move them to new units. We perform the check ins and check outs, that is all. So you get screamed and yelled at a lot! In the end, you can generally get them some help by contacting the management companies and relaying the issue.
Owner Advantage Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 13, 2017
I enjoy working for sole Management in the process of my 8 years of being employed with the company I have learned a lot and have met many friends I have had many advancements and have earned many certificates of Excellence I would definitely recommend soleil management of a place to be employed
Corporate Manager of Training and Development (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 31, 2017
Lack of vision for growth of the business by C-Level Team. Career growth is limited due to lack of business strategies to acquire new opportunities for revenue that would yield employee elevation scenarios.
They could try harder to make their owners and employees happier.
Job Duties - Owner assistance (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 1, 2016
They do not always make you feel appreciated. they don't have good work ethic. I felt like they were underhanded and unfair a lot of the time. The benefits were horrible, and any chance of advancement was met with many hoops to jump through and not alot of compensation.
Inventory Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 14, 2015
Their purpose is by providing an unparalleled product, experience and always being mindful of our commitment to excellent service. Every employee can tell you the role he or she plays in achieving that purpose. They share information with employees, listen to their ideas (or better yet, actively seek out and act upon their ideas) and assume they are responsible enough to manage their own time.
401K match, Pto, The loyal dedicated employees.
Point System, No Support from management when its the busy season and lack of training material.
Accounts Receivables Clerk (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 12, 2013
Soleil Management took me on with no experience and trained me in their Reservations Call center, where I learned countless amounts of information about the specifics of owning a timeshare. After five months I was promoted to a different department in the corporate office, where I learned how to document and post payment and about the financial upkeep of a company. My co-workers were always kind and helpful and made me feel like I belonged.
Life Guard (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 30, 2013
It's much more difficult than working at another resort, there is not a moment to relax. You are picking up towels, trash, and children, and when you aren't cleaning to deck you're polishing the chrome guard stands. The pay is not worth the work load however.
30 Min Breaks, Constantly Busy, Uncooperative Bar, No free food, terrible discounts