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Coming to work was fun. I learned how the day to day operation for the hotel to work. I enjoyed the team i worked with, and the friendly People. The hardest part was learning to deal with attitudes.
Free lunch, 12 free room nights, Back to school, and Christmas party for the kids.
Hyatt is a great company to work for. However, due to the nature of hospitality, work/life balance tends to suffer. You need to work unsocial hours most of the time and come home very late. Job security is also not guaranteed but it is just hospitality overall. Compensation and benefits are among the best in the industry
Compensation, benefits, growth
Short breaks, work/lift balance
Since I started working there, my life has changed a lot, and they have been understanding and cooperative with helping me. I left for about 10 months because of health issues and they welcomed me back and I was given the room checking opportunity since I could no longer clean the rooms because of back surgeries. How awesome is that!!
Hyatt gives opportunities for associates to grow and succeed. With lots of properties across the globe.Very well professional attitudes and ability to articulate your thoughts pastpastsituations is very important to expidite questioning process with interviewer. however don't ramble, but give any important details
Put to much on one person to perform in such little time.
I once loved this company but as I've moved up I've become more and more disappointed. I cannot speak for all Hyatt's but the operations side of the Hyatt Regency Denver only has a handful of strong and caring managers. There are some who really want to contribute to the growth and advancement of their employees, while others are clearly not very team oriented. If you are looking to advance at this property, stay away from the housekeeping department (at least for the near future). There are one or two managers who are very knowledgable but the rest are incredibly passive aggressive and impatient. They demean and demoralize their team with a smile on their face. Some managers are only there because they come from a well respected property. Their leadership skills are futile and their scarce contributions are rarely positive. Unfortunately, if you come from a well known property you will most likely be hired.
They did not care about personal life. The schedule would sometimes come out the day before the new week. They would schedule you 7, 8 or even 9 days in a row.There was a strong lack of communication and a whole LOT of favoritism.
I worked as a housekeeping supervisor and my manager was so threatened by me, she would constantly blame me for things I had nothing to do with or things that would happen on my days off. She would never give constructive criticism, just throw blame so that she wouldn't have to take responsibility for not keeping an eye on her people while she just sat in the office all day. The worst was when I caught the housekeepers doing some shady stuff and she believed the housekeepers over me. When it was proved that I was right, she got salty about it and treated me like garbage all morning. It didn't help things that we had an absent GM so my complaints and concerns constantly fell on deaf ears. They don't care about you and they give the bare minimum to their employees.
Very stressful, high turnover
hyatt is a company that guarantees the safety, well-being and improvement of all its workers. Excelent company.During the two years of work at hyatt I felt safe from the work environment and the professionalism of the work team. A pleasure to work and continue working for this company