I'll be honest, this hotel does not have a healthy sales team. There is a lot of internal sabotage and tons of turnover is every role. Even the Director left after three years and the Associate director is leaving after barely a little over a year. The GM is also really old and seems to only care with ownership (Hunt Oil) has to say. Also, if you plan on being a sales assistant, plan to do all your sales managers work. Not even the normal amount as your job requires, you will literally clean and touch every single booking, contract, and sales proposal. Some of the sales managers are nice and wont have you do everything because they are good on their own, but others just cant do anything or choose not to because they feel it is your job.....These are also the sales mangers who sleep around with clients, come in hungover, and ignore their clients calls. Just beware....
With that said, not all Hyatt's are like this. This property in particular is just going through a lot and has history of high turnover. Some places just have a negative vibe that even turnover cant change.
internal struggles with team members.