Armada Hotel Employee Reviews
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Great place to work. Staff and owners are great. fun and high paced work environment. Decent wages but you need to be willing to work hard and have initiative. weak management style can lead to lots of frustration.
staff meals and outings
inter-department co-operation is dismal.
This was a poor working environment. The local community is isolated and it can be depressing as its lonely if you don't have transport. Some of the managers are extremely bitter and cruel towards the employees
working environment is really poor
Typical day of work is on routine. Ive learned to deal with different kind of people and nationalities Management is good if only they have enough income so they dont need to do cost cutting and am the one of the affected. Im dealing with mostly same of my nationality so i dont find any issues and whatsoever. Hardest part of the job can be dealt easily. No pain no gain. Am enjoying giving my service to the guest especially when they appreciate it.
Fare ticket will not be given
-typical day at work, when full of customer but not enough co-workers. -i learned pretty much about housekeeping skill responsibility. - management is the best -they are so funny - hardest part of the job is when facing a customer who's can't speak in english -its so enjoy when we are preparing for party, like christmas party at ball room..
free lunch, free house and free transport.
Everyday is a challenge and to perform in hotel and see people happy and enjoying the music we sing it was really priceless. I have learned that it is very important on how hospitality industry give the best in all times for a good quality service, understanding different kind of people or guests, make them happy, give them the best smile and satisfaction. The hardest part is how to be professional in your work even if you are sick or having problems. The most enjoyable part is you are working with dedication,you love your work and determination to reach your goal.
free buffet dinner
it was nice working with them and i gained so much experience. working with them was educative and challenging. what i like most is the flexibility of working hours
the hours are flexible
In January 2014, we are going to proceed with the power shut down program and I was working the night shift. After the process was completed at about five in the morning we tried to opened the system and it rebooted itself as it need some upgrading, so it took one week to resolve the problem. It was a new experience whereby all the jobs had to be done manually. Our heads of department were so understanding and helpful. We then built a stronger communication channel toward each department and our co-workers. The hardest part was manually dealing with payment but it was enjoyable for the most part.
Only one meal (lunch or dinner)
This occured when we are short handed
A typical day at work included working on your own initiative, cleaning between 10 to 15 rooms within a specific time period. In this job role I learned the responsibilities of working on my own, motivating myself and the importance of paying excellent attention to detail. The hardest part of this job was having all the rooms ready for the customers by the required time.