Right place to work and to meet people and world is Delta Hotel
Server (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 October 2017
nothing work typical work in this hotel communications and hard working is needed many people from around the world work here as team we have to please the client or guest till they find they needs and we can do relax and happy. people or staff work together as family so it easy for us. from manager to janitor.
House Person (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 5 September 2017
Busy days but everyone has their list of duties that need to be done, I learned how to properly run motorized cleaning machines, how to properly shine stainless steel, overall was a great job and learning experience for anyone who works there.
Guest Services (Current Employee) – Delta, ON – 21 June 2017
All of the amazing perks to help encourage you to work harder and stay on campus longer. Open to knowledge sharing and learning, encouragement for certifications on company expenditure, interaction with cross-cultural & cross-functional teams A lot of hard working people who want to see the company succeed and move it forward with the times. Great team fantastic incentives ability to learn new roles. A great company
Banquet Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 March 2017
i always loved working in customer service and hospitality industry was great Delta Bow valley was fun to work with again new challenges from where i worked in Dubai, but everyday we learn, and have kept on improving.
Night (Former Employee) – King, ON – 19 March 2017
The job was Ok, not what I expected though. You begin to feel left out from the workers who do days because there shifts change and they do things together after work, but you deal. Also NO security over nights.
Banquet Captain (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 28 February 2017
I was in banquets this past summer, worse place I ever worked, I bought their vacuums out of my pocket because the company Westmont wouldn't buy them or fix the broken ones. They have turned over staff including managers twice in 1 year. There's no standards at all. Not what you expect from a delta. I was salary and was scheduled 12 hour ahifts and got in trouble if I left early
Financial Controller (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 November 2016
Pros: on-going training and tuition paid for further educationCons: Long hours A typical day at work involved daily income report, room statistics, payroll issues, payable, receivables, food and beverage, dealing with department managers, fitness club, parking, disputes, etc.
I learned to treat people with respect the way i was treated. My co-workers are probably the best and were the most important team members.
I was a member of the executive committee, and met once a week to discuss with the most important issues dealing with personnel, finances,expenses, capital assets, renovations, budgets, room occupancy, forecasts, etc
The hardest part of the job was to ensure financial statement were provided on timely and accurate basis by the end of the month.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with great people who were hard working, loyal, trustworthy and helpful.