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My overall experience was positive. Over the 4 years I worked there I was always treated with respect. Hyatt made it a point to take care of their employees by providing benefits, outings, and other fun activities to keep their employees engaged. This hotel prides itself in developing their employees and promoting from within. This is an ideal place to work.
Being a manager at Hyatt Chesapeake Bay requires long hours and no home life if you have a family. High expectations from upper management and they look down on you if you put your family first. You will need to be willing to relocate to other Hyatt properties in order to get in the good graces of management. You have to get in good with a member of upper management in order to be promoted or advanced. They aren't looking to have a department manager with excellent personnel skills, overall knowledge of the department, and a love for the department. They are looking to promote their "Hyatt" managers and move them to other properties.
Long hours, no family home life, if you are not willing to relocate then they have no need for you, have to know upper management in order to be promoted
Typical work day is hitting the ground running for the 14-16 hours you're there. Hard to find a break for lunch as an operations manager. Management is quick to tell you what you did wrong rather than correct.
free lunch, health benefits, travel benefits
short breaks if any, poor work life balance
Going a lot better now, than when I first started. Hopefully it just gets better. Working hard to improve quality and performance, maybe with a lot of hard work, determination, and diligence, we will enhance the whole work environment.
Of all the years of customer service and hospitality, it pains me to say that it is absurd the way things are ran there. There is no line between friendship and work colleagues. Its hindering the hotel and the team they have.
day at work 16 hours learned starbucks management not fair workplace very tiring hardest not having enough employees enjoyable opening the hotel Having the responsibilty to manage my department would have made this job the best ever
never enough employees
Working at this company was ok. It provided free lunches and uniforms and laundry services free of charge. The work was a bit demanding because they are striving to be a five star hotel but is a work in progress. The managers and directors need some more training in how to speak and handle staff in a more respectful way. I believe with more training on the saying helping people so they can be there best really needs to be more focused on that aspect and not just a slogan. The line staff was good to work with and just wants to know they are appreciated for all the hard work and long hours they put in. As far as managers were concerned they need to trust them more in carrying out the task they were allotted to do on a daily basis and stop the micro managing. It is only discouraging some of there best performers.
Free lunches and laundry
To many long hours