Chief Engineer (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – July 8, 2018
Nice place to work great staff.Hotel is jn good condition.We have a good mangement staff willing to help at any time..We have a few cook outs during the year we also have birthday parties every month .
I worked in a friendly and energetic department with fun coworkers. My managers worked to make it a teamwork environment with lots of perks. The Hyatt is large and therefore must function like a business, but lots of benefits involved.
Kitchen / Outlet Manager (Former Employee) – Bonita Springs, FL – June 14, 2019
Hyatt was a fantastic company to work for, There is a unlimited potential for growth within the company. My time there was extremely rewarding and I felt that I had definatly grown personally and professionally.
responsable en cocina Teppan Grill, cocina Yoshimi (Former Employee) – Ciudad de México – June 14, 2019
Empresa de renombre internacional que regresa a México implementando nuevos procesos de trabajo y buscando tener en el mercado nacional un crecimiento masivo. En lo personal en un inicio continuaba con cargos en cocinas de especialidad japonesa, pero ya al final se me ubicó en áreas alternas de acuerdo a mi perfil y especialidad laboral.
Radii kitchen and room service, Cook (Former Employee) – Melbourne VIC – June 13, 2019
chefs skill and quality is lower then three stars hotel but it is five stars hotel. the ex-executive chef always used restaurant's budget to make new dish or order too much for service then give to another department without give back food cost. then cut off all the budget.
Gallery Host/Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – June 13, 2019
I had a great time there, sometimes management seemed like they didn't care about the issues with employees but for the most part they did a good job at making sure to encourage us and keep us happy. It's a beautiful place to work.
it was one of my best experience, I am glad that I was a part of this chain, helped me to learn more about the banquets as well as food and beverage department and also helped to develop my soft skills and leadership qualities.
Housekeeping Attendant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 11, 2019
Very busy hotel spring an summer. Learn great customer service skill. Management work good with others.Very diversity work place.Getting rooms ready for guest while waiting in lobby,When all employees plus management come together as a team to get the job done.
Food and Beverage Attendant, Barista and Bartender (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 11, 2019
It was fun but at the same time tiring. As a person working in the service industry it was expected to be very tiring and therefore dedication and eagerness to learn is a must. My colleagues are very patient when it comes to training me but at the same very straight forward on what they think about you because of the culture differences. The hardest part of the job for me is when you have 2 shifts a day --- a server assistant in the morning and bartender or barista at night or vice versa. The most enjoyable part of my experience was seeing my guest smile and happy about the service and attention I gave to them. Every attendance in my work is a learning.
Lead HVAC Technician (Former Employee) – Indian Wells, CA – June 11, 2019
It was a great place to work wham I first started. About 3 years in the owner sold the property back to Hyatt corporation. They started cutting positions and people right away. Managers became stressed out and took it out on employees etc.. The place was never the same again. The future I imagined in the company evaporated very quickly. But one good thing came of it all, I met the love of my life their and I'm very happy.
40 hours a week, paid vacation, health insurance
Directors and managers lie a lot to you. They only care for themselves