There were so many benefits working for such an astound company. It was by hard the most challenging position that I've ever had as well as the most rewarding job I've ever had. I would be very fortunate to work for The Fairmont Hotels again.
Server and Social Media Manager (Former Employee) – Lake Louise, AB – 21 October 2017
A high intensity work environment , with very little work life balance. There is excelerated opportunity to advance quickly in the company due to high turn over rate. It can be an excellent place to gain managerial experience as a recent graduate or a person with little previous experience.
Banquet Server (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 25 September 2017
An excellent experience to work in an international and professional group to improve my work ability, communication skills and customer service more professional for my college co-op work term. Serviced for personal celebrations, weddings and government events
Cashier/Customer Service Desk (Former Employee) – Banff, AB – 12 September 2017
Learned the Canadian service Standards. the Fairmont banff Spring has a good and fair insurance for their employees. Management is fair. Hours is just too short because of the broken schedule in the restaurant.
Storekeeper (Former Employee) – Lake Louise, AB – 1 September 2017
At the start of my day, all the orders are printed off, telling us what to build and ship to who. On certain days we would get very large deliveries to put away in our storeroom. Hours could get very long, but the pay was always worth it.
The management in my department was always working for the team and never made anyone feel like they couldn't do a job or wasn't part of the team. They always gave a lot of effort in everything they did to make sure everything went smoothly.
The company and the culture isn't for everyone. I had no problem with anything there and but some others didn't seem to be a good fit.
I've always had a fun time on the job, and learned a lot about team building and leadership.
Allowed music, great team to work with
Living conditions/quarters, department storeroom freezing during winter
Cook 2 (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 30 August 2017
tough people to work with but if you can suck it up it pays well and has lots of great perks. Managers were great but lots of people have worked there too long and have become pretty bitter and dont like new people. or people in general.
Income and Revenue Auditor (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 21 August 2017
a typical work day begins with the checking of emails and collecting all paper work from other departments before sitting down to begin the day. as the revenue and income auditor i learnt the value of a team that can work together. my team was like a second family to me.
Staff Cafe with discounted lunched and wide variety
Buss Person (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 15 July 2017
Very strong family feel amongst colleagues, working hard and likely long hours. Learned so much about customer service and ethics in fine dining restaurants. Management is where the problem stems: small, overrun and underappreciated team with a remarkable lack of support from the executives.
Management doesn't care when you come with concerns
Overnight Stewarding Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lake Louise, AB – 7 July 2017
Multiple times was ignored when needed assistance. They contradict themselves and don't want to allow a transfer. They don't do their job and throw the problems at you. Worked overtimes and never was appreciated or paid. When you go against their wishes, they threaten to fire.
Fairmont only cares about the image of the corporation!
food (Former Employee) – fairmont pacificrim – 30 June 2017
The only hotel that is not unionized. Employees have no power to speak out their opinions. Micro management. "Very" sensitive about social media ( managers will check on your social media and co-workers will snitch) It's all about profit. Not recommended