Hyatt Employee Reviews in Bellevue, WA
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I came here for the internship and I did very well, they appreciated my work and they also trusted me as I am alone in the line kitchen. I showed my abilities and skills to them. The were appreciated me all the time
Its all good management there
I wanted to work more there but covid 19 spoiled all my acceptions
The job I worked was good but the communication between different groups is so bad it makes your job less desirable. Pay is not very competitive and getting a decent raise is like pulling teeth.
free lunches and ok health insurance
Hard to get better pay
stressful for PM shift no help from AM shift I learned to work on my own no help or back up revolving door rollercoaster or personalities very negative from staff towards supervisors and management working big events alone with other peers that work AM and refuse to help PM Free Parking
beautiful property plenty of work
staff has management afraid of holding anyone accountable for bad behavior and lazy habits
-Setting up buffets, plated dinner, or receptions for guests. -Every client has their own unique way of how they want their event to flow, we have to be able to accept their request and try our best to make it happen. -Most enjoyable part of this job is serving to see different wedding cultures, fun auctions or fundraisers take place at the hotel.
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Hyatt focuses on both Guest and Employee satisfaction and happiness. It is a great company to work for. If you like to travel your provided free rooms nights and you can also have the opportunity to transfer to other locations worldwide.
Free lunch, good benefits and awesome co workers
Working at the Hyatt allowed for schedule flexibility, a generous wage and the enjoyment of working in a beautiful atmosphere with a variety of people.
Free food, generous wage, and fun people
Late nights and early mornings
Hyatt has many opportunities to promote within. It really seems to be a goal to mentor current employees or to allow people to transfer from one property to another. Hyatt is also great at creating a team atmosphere with frequent planned department meetings and outings for staff and managers. This in turn helped employees respect each other in the work place. Employees are working very very hard in any department of a busy hotel. With that said, recognition and compensation needs to be improved to make those employees feel appreciated.
Development Opportunties, Employee Cafeteria, Staff Bonding / Outings
Better Recognition, Micro-manage from top down, Overwork Employees
The Hyatt hotel was not a bad place to work at. The restaurant had a great team and environment but the management was not the best. A lot of empty promises but not something to stress too much over. Benefits are definitely a plus. Free hotel stays, vacation hours, and PTO is always a plus.
people, food, environment
breaks only after long shift is over