Hyatt incorporates team effort. The workplace is very warming and hospitable. Promotions are highly involved and the union is very aware of any issues or problems that are associated with their agents.
Employee cafeteria, benefits, and a great environment
I learned many items that a first time direction of rooms in a smaller hotel would learn. My general manager was comfortable enough with not hiring a director of rooms during my tenure as my leadership of the rooms division from his perception was effective.
Led and developed department heads in all rooms division areas. Exceeded customer service goals planned for hotel by regional executive leadership.
Free lunches, paid vacations. Leader which was tough but encouraged development.
Did not have any cons as I had a lot of respect for the general manager, whom I reported to directly. Was a part of executive leadership.
set table prepare coffee and other drinks
service guests lunch and dinner
learned about banquet function
fun co-workers to work with
hardest part standing long hours
most enjoyable part great people to work with
I came in as an ex-tern from CIA, luckily The Hyatt was open to broadening the careers of young chefs. I worked every station in the hotel and that allowed me to grow within the company. I went through the ranks to executive chef and enjoyed every minute of it.
Hyatt took care of their employees
Holidays, weekend, nights...missed my son growing up.