Intern (Former Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – January 9, 2019
I would highly advise against working at The Breakers. I was made all sorts of promises on what my position will look like. None of which were honored after more than 6 months. I felt like I was used temporarily (without telling me that of course) and then discarded, Senior management deliberately "worked me out" of the organization
Bungalow Concierge (Current Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – November 13, 2018
I am ready for a more challenging career and something that is going to use my education verses serving food and drinks outside by a pool. I have loved getting to me people from all the world of all types of status but I am ready for something new and different. Looking into medical device sales will give me an opportunity to meet people but also use my education with exercise and sports science background, to sell devices that will hopefully help peoples lives.
It is a great place to work with amazing benefits.
short breaks, outside, no room for growth, work weekends and holidays
Micro Management and Unprofessional coworkers who love to gossip
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – October 25, 2018
Every day consisted of the same work but the work load fluctuated between days. Some days were more busy than other days.
The most important thing i learned working at The Breakers was how to be a professional. Micro Management taught me to leave my life business at the door and focus solely on work at work. Every little thing said or done at work was heard or seen by management.
Management was fair for the most part but also had its favorites. Certain employees were allowed to get away with certain things said or done while other employees were not.
Workplace culture was very upbeat. The Breakers preached friendliness. Certain Employees practiced it more than others.
The hardest part of the job was the continual work load. The day consisted of walking extreme distances and lifting heavy objects.
micro management, extreme work load compared to pay, unfairness, unprofessionalism
Sports Concierge (Former Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – September 24, 2018
All departments work together seamlessly and the company really puts their employees first. Excellent benefits, health insurance, life insurance, 401k with contribution match. Having the Breakers on your resume is great because people know their dedication to quality team members and providing excellent customer experience.
Great benefits, excellent customer service training
Maint. Assoc/Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Long Beach, WA – September 13, 2018
Poor taining. Not a team envoroment. Disorganized. Fake co-workers ex. they may say something to you but then talk i'll of you behind your back. If something was done incorrectly or not done at all no one will except resposability for it.
I learn that you cant have your opinion just to be quiet nothing I feel in the time of slavery is different cultures as a employee you have to wait not 90 days 6 months to move to another position i been there for 3 months but i have to be there 6 months is something they dont say at your interview. House Keeping Deparment very Streesful and summer they cut your days very badly
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – July 14, 2018
Before working at The Breakers, I would try to contact someone in the department you are interested in for specific information. Managers are better in some departments than they are n others and it can make a big difference in your experience.
Cashier/Stocker (Former Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – June 25, 2018
just do your job and you had no problems.very good place to work at.can't believe this thing is making me write all this extra stuff what do you want me to say about the breakers the part i worked in closed all the way down