When I first started they promised required OT. I only received about 2 weeks with FT hours. Every week I was getting hours cut, they kept telling everyone they didn't have it in the budget eventhough I was promised full time hours and it was on the schedule showing these hours.
It is a good place to work and learn new skills through new costumes and new challenges, good companionship and different cultures, but communication with the managers and other departments are not so good.
Enjoyed working with several different co-workers I met along the way. Older management retired and new management arrived and the hotel scores and numbers dropped. The client/guests were not at the level that most Hyatt's have. There were a lot of locals and 3rd parties. Enjoyed the journey while it lasted.
my typical day at the starting at 8.a.m. and you worked until you had all your rooms cleaned unless otherwise instructed by manger do to the amount of revenue they had coming in. i learned how to work with alot different people at a fast pace but effiecient and clean manner. management was very nice and understanding. they hired a variety of different ethnic groups that collaborate together in getting the task at hand done.the hardest part of the employment was learning how to get fast and efficient which was accomplished.the people that worked there.
I would come in see how many rooms I had and get supplies I needed to properly clean room. they would for ypo to be done with your in 30 minuets but they not really strict as long as it pas inspection.
I like he people I worked with. I liked helping the guests so they could have he best experience possible. I got along great all the other employees, in all departments. Superiors went out of the way to help in anyway they could.to make the job easier.
I cleaned about 17-18 rooms a day. I learned how to clean rooms and created a personal relationship with guest. The manager was awesome and very understanding. The hardest part of the job was getting all of the linen you needed for your rooms. What I loved about was you have your own space to work in and friendly people around you.
The managers are in-tune with the latest hospitality innovations/standards. Everyone is friendly and helpful also conversations go beyond small-talk since the colleagues are so unique and genuine. The pay could be a little higher to meet the industry standard. The only stressful moments are when there is a lot of people checking in and housekeeping is behind or under staffed to have the rooms ready in time.
Great place, great people, great location
There are slow parts during the day/week where time drags along
Face to face Customer service/interaction which I love, fast paced environment at times but then can be slow at times, very good verbal and written instructions made it easy to do your job weather as a team or individual.