Hyatt Employee Reviews for Food Runner
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Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa The management was always supportive and helpful when needed. Coworkers were enjoyable to be around and the overall job atmosphere made me enjoy working with those around me. Some protocols that needed to be followed were questionable, but I would highly recommend working here during your early career years. Not somewhere to stay for a long time though, advancement is not an easy thing. Promoting is rarely done from within.
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Required to do more than job required which ordinarily i'm fine with until it becomes frequent due to lack of managers doing their job. In which case I mean no one is supervising the workplace and fellow co workers slack off and being a responsible worker having to pick up their slack.
free lunches, Uniform provided
short breaks, no benefits, favoritism of those in corporate
Working at Coconuts restaurant is entertaining, fast paced, and rewarding all at the same time. As a food runner I coordinate with the servers at the pool restaurant and bar. I talk with them when expediting the food and beverages. From there I am able to walk to where I need to give the guest their meal. I am able to assist the server in making sure the guest (s) are enjoying their meal, and time with us. I have learned to work fast, and multi task in this field. Giving great customer service is a plus as well! The hardest job is working in the heat outside as well as making sure all guests staying at the pool are able to enjoy our amenities without waiting too long.
Pay, Tips, Work schedule
Impatient Guests, Weather
Getting cussed out for messing up even the simplest thing can get old the chefs are always cool but the servers can be insane and demanding at times. The tips are really good for the servers but not very good for the food runners
Half off all food
No breaks and long shifts
I worked there for a year as Hotess, Food Runner and Banquet Server for a year. It was a great company, with the best manager and tremendous employees. The hardest part of the job was dealing with difficult guest and the most enjoyable part was when you see the satisfaction and joy from the guests face.
The Hyatt hotel was not a bad place to work at. The restaurant had a great team and environment but the management was not the best. A lot of empty promises but not something to stress too much over. Benefits are definitely a plus. Free hotel stays, vacation hours, and PTO is always a plus.
people, food, environment
breaks only after long shift is over
Outstanding workplace, great opportunity, benefits, amazing hospitality I've learned that patience is the key Management are understanding and with you threw your career Co-workers from other departments help you. Hardest part is giving up on your team members enjoyable part messing up, or something going wrong, but sticking together and pulling threw.