Eyre Square Hotel Careers and Employment
- Company size11 to 50
- IndustryHotels & Travel Accommodation
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Accommodation Assistant in Galway
on 5 October 2020
Rewarding workplaceVery fast-paced environment in this hotel especially as an Accommodation Assistant. Lot of physical work involved. All my co-workers were nice and friendly though. The hardest part of the job was to be on my feet all day and rushing around especially on a busy day you would be under pressure to get everything done. The most enjoyable part of the job would be interacting with my colleagues and all the customers.
Receptionist in Galway
on 29 September 2020
Fun workplaceI had a great experience in the Eyre Square Hotel. Lots of work to do but good managers to lead the staff. Definitely an amazing place to start your career in the hospitality industry.
Senior food and beverage supervisor in Food and beverage
on 28 July 2020
Complete lack of management structure and knowledge of the industry shown by owners.My time at the Eyre square hotel, was the most disappointing job opportunity I’ve ever accepted. The owners/managing directors lack any knowledge in the hospitality industry. They disregard all staff members and have no appreciation or respect for they’re employees. Corners are constantly being cut and the business is overall unsustainable. I would advise anyone to avoid this business.
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My interview was conducted by the HR manager at the time, it was informal and lacked any questions of importance. I had more questions for the interviewer than they had for me.
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