Hyatt Employee Reviews in Carlsbad, CA
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The Park Hyatt Aviara has a steakhouse named The Argyle that is located on the 18th hole. Not only is the 5 star 5 diamond resort but the synergy between management and team members is one of the many reasons I enjoy working at this location.
Great environment and team pre-covid but Hyatt started to show its true colors as soon as the pandemic hit. Not every has been brought back and those that were brought back are stretched so thin that we are unhappy at work (AND with no pay raises with the double workload). Definitely not a healthy environment to return to.
Comp rooms, employee discounts, and benefits
double workload with no raises, staff stretched thin, employees seen as $ signs.
Hyatt is a pretty good company with benefits, including discounted or free lodging in other Hyatt’s. Pay is just average and most employees in the Southern California area have to work second jobs to make it. Pay could be much better. Big variances between line staff and managers.
Would be a great job but management is a revolving door of inexperienced, immature kids who are there to put this job on their resume, not actually manage or be there for their team. Completely disorganized and very 'cliquey'. Unprofessional atmosphere trying to be a five star hotel.
Free food during shift, great medical and good tips but they are shared.
Management, sharing tips made
The people at this Hyatt are great however the job, pay, and management are absolutely horrible. There is no room for advancing and one of the bosses is the worst, if you aren’t the perfect little Barbie who wears make up for a 5:30am shift and have a perfect hairstyle he will tell you to do better and compare you to others
Management ...needs to work on there compassion ..for there employees who are grieving for the lost a family ...instead of pretending they actually do care.and even.telling you if you need anything or more time to recover from your loss of a love one.....they dont care at all after a month And losing my older brother to inoperable lung cancer and having to feel my brothers shoes and the Responsibilitys of dealing wt both Greif stricken elderly parents ....sure I got a week off wt pay.....but it takes time....to get back to a normal working focused mind set....and even after I had exsplained all this to them they threw me under the bus ...and let me go there reasons were that ...I failed in my performance at work....hmmm wonder why...
Great free lunches
Management needs to live up to there word and stop wt favortizm..
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I learned a lot about the highest standards of customer service. Very good benefits ,good teamwork culture. A lot of rotation of employees between departments which allows to learn from each department.
very frequent change of managers
Hyatt itself is good hotel chain to work for. But the golf side of it is not all its cracked up to be. The environment is fun, but the pay stinks. Unless you are giving lessons every day and a few on your days off, you are looking at a whooping 23k-26k a year. Here in SD that does not work which is why I have left. Hyatt itself brings in enough revenue but cant pay golf staff a decent wage to make a living. $20 for a sleeve of golf balls and minimum wage is pretty much what most people get. Management have been here for a combined 30 years and don't show signs of leaving. So if you want to promote moving or relocating is a very likely possibility. Honestly if the pay was better per hour, I would have better outlook and be more motivated. But it is tough knowing Im going to spend 8 hours at a place and get paid less than 98 percent of golf professionals in San Diego. If you have a few roommates and can afford it, this would be an amazing place to work.
Free golf, golf industry perks
It's great to work in the hotel but schedule sucks. It's ok if this is your only job but it's hard when you go to school or have another job. most employees have another job due to low wages. Some managers are very caring and very hospitable to guest and employees but most are vice versa.
It seems when you start that it will be a great job. But give it a couple months and you will see what a terrible place it is and how the communication and leadership is at the bottom. I went there ( and saw a few other cooks ) go there with a great attitude and really try. All I got back from Garde Manger was negativity and treated like I was stupid. I saw another employee go there with the same can do attitude and get treated worse than myself. He left as soon as his internship was done. And I left the same week. I’ll say it again, don’t waste you time. There’s a reason why there are SO MANY openings there!!
Extremely poor management!!
It was very competitive environment for me. I understand as a job culture being cook/chef but I experienced something a bit different than that. Some of them were so helpful and nice to work with a team (After all working in kitchen = gotta have strong team work) however, some try to screw you over with some kind of nasty trap. My direct manager was nice but executive manager wasn't happy with me. Didn't listen what I had to say and pretty much blamed me for leaving before the busy seasons.
Opportunities to advance, perform well.
Some horrible management and co workers
Event Concierge is the liaison between the Event Sales and/or Event Planning Manager and the on-site meeting contact. This position is highly visible and the central point for handling and addressing special needs or requests. It requires detailed knowledge of the hotel meeting facilities, group dynamics, and event details.
Lunch, discount, parking, great atmosphere
The Park Hyatt Aviara is a wonderful property. As any job, you will find pros and cons but overall it is a good place to work if you are looking to actually work.
Free Employee Parking/Free Employee Cafeteria/Beautiful Location
Long hours for Managers/Some Dept's have better Managers than others/Needs renovation