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- when you start your duty with a good guys and you found all of the material and tools available you will be able to do all your best .- the most enjoyable part of the job when our hotel gets awarded the best between all of hotels .
Annual celebrations, picnics, breaks, multiple activities, and various meals in different cultures
When materials or manpower are not available at peak times
Be ready to work for more than 12 Hours. It will help develop your skills. Company has excellent values but its not followed. Integrity is absent in managers. Brand value is the only good thing that's there.
accomodation, complimentary stay with other hyatt properties subject to availability, staff discounts.
Long Hours of work, No mentorship program.
I will highly recommend this place to work. They care for their employees, friendly co-workers. Organize and have good management good leadership. Have a laundry service for employees. Nice cafeteria cleaned dressing room for employees. Love working there.
Love to go back to work there!
Long hours and too many kids!
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Expect to come into a hostile environment from those above that judge your job performance not only skill, merit, punctuality, experience or team work, but on the amount of staff members you greet with a big smile in a single day. You must be smiling at all times like a robotic fool with no feelings and be warned, they will fire you for no cause or reason and unexpectedly. Stay away.
at Hyatt you are free, a mean you free to grow, learn as much as you want, help each other. Mostly what i liked is, is learning methods, training. at Hyatt i'm improving my culinary and personal skills.
At first it was a really great experience. But afterwards, I started to feel like this place wasn’t meant for me and the chef (not executive) is mean. Don’t get me wrong, he was the way he was in order to help and push you to get where you want to be. But afterwards I started to feel very uncomfortable around him. The position overall was stressful, since it’s normally two people working inside the kitchen.