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Nice place to work great staff.Hotel is jn good condition.We have a good mangement staff willing to help at any time..We have a few cook outs during the year we also have birthday parties every month .
Godd discounts on food
Break always cut short
Working in hospitality, most know the work is tough and the hours are not ideal especially when you’re a manager. Hyatt was my first hotel industry career and I loved everyone I worked with. I was looking for more advancement but was unable to achieve the role desired due to working at a small property.
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Do not, I repeat don't not work for them they over work you and under pay you. They have little but no housekeepers and lots of disgruntled employees. They tell you one thing and when you start working its something else. No human being should clean 21 rooms in one day that's ridiculous, they say they will support you but they dont. The mangers just want to dictate instead of being a team. Save your self the trouble!!!!!! Find another job
Free soda, thats all
Short breaks, high staff turn over
Depending on which hotel you work at, Hyatt is a great company that allows people to move up with hard work and effort. The company benefits are great as well, with one of them being discounts and free nights at specific Hyatt's after 1 year working there. People are very nice and there is a sense of community.
Travel discounts and free stays, hospitality industry is great
Long hours and weekend work expected, difficult working with many internal teams
I enjoy working at the Hyatt. I plan to move up in security department or housekeeping. My managers and co workers are friendly and show support. They really care about my well being and I have a huge amount of respect. I have great communication skills and body language.
Free lunch, breaks, gym, showers
Being a manager at Hyatt Chesapeake Bay requires long hours and no home life if you have a family. High expectations from upper management and they look down on you if you put your family first. You will need to be willing to relocate to other Hyatt properties in order to get in the good graces of management. You have to get in good with a member of upper management in order to be promoted or advanced. They aren't looking to have a department manager with excellent personnel skills, overall knowledge of the department, and a love for the department. They are looking to promote their "Hyatt" managers and move them to other properties.
Long hours, no family home life, if you are not willing to relocate then they have no need for you, have to know upper management in order to be promoted
I will highly recommend this place to work. They care for their employees, friendly co-workers. Organize and have good management good leadership. Have a laundry service for employees. Nice cafeteria cleaned dressing room for employees. Love working there.
Love to go back to work there!
Long hours and too many kids!
Company management, led by CEO Mark H., puts political and social agendas over hotels. In 2016/17 they changed breakfast program, eliminating many items people loved and implementing foods that were “tested” in a few cities. When customers complained, hotels were punished for not “properly implementing”, instead of listening to customers. Company openly suppresses conservative voices, banning multiple conservative websites from company computers, and they refused to allow republicans to host a convention at their hotel. Overall the company claims “inclusiveness”, but only if you have the same beliefs.
Employee discounts on travel, food at work
Limited hotels to travel too, bad work/life balance, only certain views are permitted
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