Food and Beverage Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 20, 2019
I was hired as a short term consultant in the Bull and Bear restaurant. I was required to work with the current staff to bring the level of professionalism and hospitality to the highest level. It was a great place to work, a majority of the staff has been there for over twenty years.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85016 – January 5, 2019
For the most part; I really enjoyed working for the arizona biltmore resort. The last few years the company changed and the managers over me were influenced by outside sources and decided to remove me from my position. Because of this I lost my job for discussing this loudly with the wrong manager. I had left the paper work I signed as an agreement in one of the managers offices and had not completely read it before signing it. Due to this I lost my job, and this was my own fault for going to the wrong manager.
I am no longer having my paper work altered. And don't have to be harassed.
AV Technician (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 29, 2018
Recommends Positive Outlook Approves of CEO I have been working at Omni Hotels full-time (More than 3 years)
The management team is very understanding of life situations. They want you to be well balanced and can assist where needed. I feel heard by my leaders and coworkers. I also feel appreciated when I do a job well done. I feel encouraged to acknowledge others and to help others. Growing the garden - our leaders truly believe in promoting within and growing their associates.
Bartender/Waiter (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 22, 2018
Coworkers are great. Management .... Not so much. Lots of history and charm at the hotel. Employees opinions are not welcome. Tip policy is unfair. Hours ate difficult. Requiref to frequently work late and morning early the next morning.
Public Relations Manager (Former Employee) – UAE – October 16, 2018
A structured hotel and resort company that embraces individuality and offers career progression and support. A holistic approach to all public relations and marketing activities to support the sales team of the hotel.
REAL ESTATE AGENT (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 5, 2018
It was a fun and rewarding job working as a bellmen for Hilton. I learned so much about dealing with all walks of life, how to deal with people. I'm grateful for the opportunity from the Hilton organization. I learned how to serve customers, I learned how to multitask and to think outside the box. As a Bellman I started a day organizing guest bags. Then started helping the guests taking them to the rooms and showing them the amenities of the hotel. My job required not only good costumer service, but also had heavy work, moving heavy bags during the day.
Line cook/ Banquet cook (Current Employee) – Beverly Hills, CA – October 5, 2018
The sous chefs at Waldorf Astoria have absolutely no idea what they are doing , poor time management and are just looking for someone to blame when things go south and deadlines aren’t met. You receive no actual training , you are given a handbook (which is outdated) and are thrown into work with no knowledge of plating and cooking procedures. Starting off everyone ignores you, get attitude when you asks questions or tells you to read your handbook. Several long term employees complained about the workload as you are asked to multi task tons of things at one time last minute with a vigorous deadline approaching. All this while balancing tickets as a line/pantry cook. It’s nice seeing tons of products; fresh, expensive and varieties but that’s about it.
POOL AND BEACH ATTENDANT (Former Employee) – Key West, FL – September 30, 2018
Work place was a welcoming environment with an amazing upper staff as well as co-workers. The job doesn't seem to have a large base salary but it makes up for it in tips which can range anywhere from $30 to $300 in a single day. overall an amazing jib that requires minimal training(all provided and paid for by Hilton).
Lunch Included, large tips, Inclusive work environment
In my past job I talked to guest to book reservations to the rainforest etc. I learned computers and make reservations. The management was good. I liked the workplace where I was located. I didn't have hardest part. Customer Service
Bartender/Server (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 20, 2018
I miss the Waldorf I met a lot of people and made a lot friends.I learned a 3rd language.It was a union job so nobody could touch me,I could not get fired, I paid my union dues,and did my job and did it well,and advanced.
60%off Hotel lodges get And resorts 65% off gift shop and restaurants
To many hours, working mandatory Holidays, and attending union meetings