It’s great to work there they have a list of the amount of people that are at the hotel for that day so you know the amount to prep before service. The only problem is the schedules come out last minute.
My job there was quite simple but that does not necessarily mean I didn't have lots to do. The Hyatt is a place for families to come and enjoy their stay. They want to feel at home and that their vacation matters to us and we make sure they feel that way. You learn people skills and how to send people on their way home feeling happy.
this is a face paced and highly interactive job in which you have the ability to get first hand experience in the field of hospitality, This is a great job, especially during the summer. This job allows you to put forth . variety of skill sets,
Provide service to guests, greet everyone with a smile, treat co-workers and guest with utmost respect.
I learned about the hospitality business
Management was continuously changing
The hardest part of the job was the hours and pay
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with people.
There is always something to do when you work in a corporate environment, someone makes sure of it. The campus is nice, the managers reasonable, but it is a job and it is expected to be taken seriously as you are an ambassador for the company on the floor.
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.
I got to meet a lot of interesting people, both guests and coworkers. I learned what working for a corporate business was like. I held my position for 8 years in security and for 1 year in in-room dining. I learned how to get along with coworkers and managers and to have good customer service skills. I learned how to do CPR and computer skills. The hardest part of the job was when we had to relocate employee parking, it took a lot of standing and directing traffic. The most enjoyable part of the job was the benefits that we received.
The benefits with Hyatt are great. Discounted and free hotel stays when you travel to other Hyatt properties around the world. Medical benefits are also really great. The downside is that if you are looking to grow within the company you will eventually have to relocate. The pay at this property is also much lower when compared to similar companies.
This was my first job, and boy did I have a blast. Though I worked late hours, I enjoyed every minute of it. From meeting families from all over the world to getting to spend the majority of my time outside and with children, I couldn't have asked for a better first job.
The Hyatt is an awesome place to work if you love helping/assisting and working along side people.
The co-workers are great, but management sometimes can seem fake at times. Always promising things but not delivering.
Other than that, id say give it a try.
There is Paid Vacation, and plenty of Benefits.
Rarley get your 30 bbreak, and managment is frustrating.
Productive and fun place to be in the woods with, Golf, Spa, Long-Tennis, Ball and Meeting rooms, Camp Hyatt, Arcade/Game room, Swimming pools, Bicycle riding, Kayaking, Horse and Long-horn rides, Clubs, Restaurants, Bars,...A good place to be with your family during the holidays and also to do your meetings which lasts for some days, because, it has lodges at a cheap rate.