Hyatt Employee Reviews in Tampa, FL
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Although I liked working there it was time to move on after twelve years of service due to the pandemic I was laid off permanently with no communication from any level of managent it was very unclear if I was going to be asked back
Free lunch h
No breaks, micro managed at times
Great culture where you feel like part of a family. Great benefits and management really makes you feel like they care about you as a person. Get to meet people from all over the world and hear their stories and experiences. Beautiful location, can’t be the view anywhere in Tampa.
Management is very forgiving, and flexible. Scheduling should never be a problem as long as everyone has the necessary information
Overall Working at the Hyatt has been a great experience for me, especially coming into the maintenance field with little to no experience. However I had an excellent trainer, and can now use basic maintenance skills to progress to more advanced subjects. Within a week or two, I was effortlessly performing tasks such as calibrating thermostats, or rewiring ac units.
Hyatt is a fantastic company to work for and I feel truly lucky to be part of their staff. One of the major challenges is that the business is 24/7/365. This means that when people call off or things go awry someone needs to respond. The hours at Hyatt can be demanding because of this but the culture can't be beat.
Cafeteria Lunches (free), Hotel Discounts and Comps, Excellent culture
Long hours, some positions aren't compensated accurately
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I loved working for the Hyatt corporation. I was a night supervisor of up to 20 plus employees that were great people. The unexpected passing of my wife required me to take the days shift as a line employee. I also had to take a cut in pay as I was no longer a supervisor. I struggled for two years and there was no advancement in sight so I regrettably was forced to leave and accept another job at another company. I loved working for the Hyatt and in a perfect world I would still be working there. But sometimes life gets in the way.
Great people, nice environment, benefits and free rooms around the world
Hyatt Place Tampa Busch Gardens is a horrible place to work. The management team is the worst in the business. It is only this Hyatt Place. I have had other Managers in the past at this property that have been amazing. The current General Manager has no idea what she is doing. She is uses everyone as a scapegoat when something goes wrong. She does not even know how to operate anything at the front desk. She is the worst manager I have ever had. Every team member at the front desk is amazing! They are great people who work hard. They do their very best every single day! I have learned so much from each and every one of them.
This was the perfect place to work. Everyone was a real family. The potential to advance is always right in front of you . You just have to grab it. Thanks..
Managers, Co workers, $$$
I really loved this company . I have nothing bad to say about it.
Hyatt is a great company for people out of college willing to work their butt off to advance. It is also a great place to finish abd retire. The middle is shaky depending on your aspirations.
Comp hotel nights, benefits package, culture
Long varied hours, coworker dedication, compartmentalization.
I worked for Hyatt for 3 1/2 years and it has been the best job I've had. The culture there is infectious- management varied- benefits were awesome. I would definitely consider working for the company again.
free lunches, free hotel stays, health and 401k
management varied. Bad work-life balance
This job helped me learn a lot of different aspects of the management field. The benefits were great and I got to travel a lot enjoying the low rates employee discount at other hotels. As a manager the hours required were too much. Towards the end I was working 60 to 70 hours a week making it hard to care for my husband which is disable veteran, therefore I had to chose a different career.
discounted employee rates at other hotels
Work lots of hours, including most holidays and weekends.