I enjoyed working at the Hyatt, but had left the job for personal reasons. I would recommend anyone to go and apply for a job there. If it were not for personal stuff coming up in my life, I would still be working there.
Its a nice working place and people are nice also and sadly i was just working there as an intern basically just for 1 year but i had a lot of experience there and I learned new things as being a chef.
Expect you to work Starbucks the restaurant and the bar all in one shift and don’t ask for a break or a day off and if you have an issue with someone you can’t go to hr cause MS Falcon will tell everyone your business
I left this job for another company. Big mistake. I loved it and I think any housekeeper (that’s used to FULL boards) would love it too. Great managers, carts stay the way you left them and he resolved issues very quickly.
I worked in the housekeeping department and it's a shame how they treat the executive housekeeper Manager. If an employee/employee's dont show up she's left to do they board with no help. You're force to stay and work even if you're done with your work you still have to help other housekeepers until all the work is completed. The Assistant GM is so unprofessional, they are very under staff and the list can go on and on.
It’s a great place to work but when it’s slow it slow ! And you have to be a people person or you won’t like it . Because you are dealing with people who are paying money to stay at a place and expect the place to be a certain way
There are many opportunities within this company and chance to train in many departments. There are co workers that are like family that helps you get through the day. There are advancements for raises and bonuses. You will receive discounts on rooms and travel.
My typical day was checking the pool and workorders.I like interacting with guests and my maintenance workers were great. I learned a lot about onity locks as an employee and pool balance and chemical.