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Working for Hyatt was great, my sales team and GM were amazing and we got along so well. They were super flexible if I needed to leave early or come in late. We were allowed to eat off the breakfast buffet once it closed and the sales office was super motivated to hitting goals. My only con was I felt I wasn't getting compensated enough to survive. Great company to work for to get your foot in the door, work hard, and move up with locations all over the world.
This position offers an interesting insight into the back office dynamics of the hotel. The customer service focus is on negotiation rather than appeasement. This is also a role in which the individual is trusted to manage themselves.
You get great training leading into the position. You then get additional training for the more advanced responsibilities. Co-workers are easy to get along with. Decent opportunity to changing roles and doing a job off the phones due to internal jobs opening.
Very much enjoyed the hospitality industry. And wanted to continue future career in same industry. Most enjoyable part of the job was working with the networks, (CBS, NBC, ABC), and being able to meet entertainers via phone and in person during Network Affiliate Conferences.
Something new and different every day.
Took a while to reach financial goal.
All employees work together to insure we provide the best service to our guest. We strive to have a fun, team working, environment. Gallery host go out of their way with multiple task to insure every guest feels at home. Management jumps in to help when needed. Hyatt provides plenty of resources to succeed in your position.
As a hotel was one of the first international hotel in the city , t had a great trainers to teach everyone how to operate the hotel. -creating BEO's in Delphi, translating menus to different languages, setting appointments with clients -how to run the systems -Management was very tough -you were allowed to act within one frame, new ideas were't welcome -getting know lots of new people, no extra working hours required
Front desk agents at Hyatt Places do a lot. It gives a lot of experience and the shifts go buy fast on busy days. Be ready to work front desk, serve breakfast, bar tend and wash dishes.
Experience with multiple job descriptions.
On your feet all day. Alot of problem solving.
The job an be fulfilling but the pressure to meet sales targets and the consequences of not doing so feels like a stressful pressure cooker-like atmosphere. Most people work 2-3 years in Sales & Events without a promotion. They over-emphasize the quality and treatment of their guests but fail to extend the same to their staff behind the scenes.