Hyatt Employee Reviews for Bartender
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Hyatt iyeself was a great company and I would go back in a heart beat; however, management at B&B lacks communication and there is no real balance between work and life. I enjoyed my time working here though as most of the staff was amazing and fun to work with. Plus the benefits made it all worth it.
Managers at that property come and go I was working there for 11 years and just recently got fired do to new management lack of communication, they do not know the union rules, they are racist and they have Friends working there with lower seniority, so they have conspire to get rid of upper seniority so that their friends could get more days and hours on the schedule. H.R is for management not for employees, overall they need to teach the managers to be fair go by the union book and stop harassing upper seniority.
No breaks, no help from management, manager harrassment.
on a daily basis, I was constantly understaffed, I served as the bartender, waitress and sometimes also the chef. I was also wrongfully terminated due to this understaffing
manager was an alcoholic, and was aware of illegal activity going on in kitchen but did not report it to corporate, general manager swept employee drug use under the carpet/
Over all great place to work for. Typical day at work is checking in with management to go over paper work(EEO/Consumption report). Being such a spread out property there is a lot of moving parts. There will be last minute weather calls,extended time lines etc. What i learned the most with working for the Hyatt for 12 years is being part of a family/team. The several times when my mom was sick and I had to take a LOA for months on end. They where so supportive. Management was subpar. Great workplace culture.Always doing employee appreciation parties,themed dinner for the staff. The hardest part about working for lost pines is how spread out the resort is.On any giving day we can have a hour reception on the 12th hole of the golf course while there is a 300 person platted dinner going on in the main ball room.The staff and how much they truly care about there guest.That was the most enjoyable part of working for lost pines. There not just there for a pay check. They know hospitality.
Comped rooms/health insurance/401K
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I loved working with my co-worker and all of my immediate supervisors and managers. It is a great place to work with a very reasonable package that you could use in your life.
Free meal and fun people to work with
No steady work due to the nature of banquet service event
Great benefits and work environment but, it was lack of mid management to complete full work experience
It was a great opportunity to learn more about hi end spirits and creating signature cocktails. However mid management was rotated from oversees properties and had no experience in US market. I left company with many others following better opportunities.
benefits and paid vacations
lack of middle management
The F&B managers were terrible. They don't care about their employees. They are never around when you need them. There is no team work. The main manager is always in his office, one was fired and the other does room service and has no time for anything else. Definitely the worst management I've ever worked for.
high turnover, bad management