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Productive and fun place to work
Project Coordinator, Team Leader (Former Employee), New York, NYJuly 8, 2014
Pros: as usual free lunch
Cons: breaks are short.
Typical day at work and I learn more at Four Seasons Hotel. The managements were good, my co-workers are like brothers and sisters. I learn the trust of people from my coworkers.
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No 1 Hotel for weddings in North east Ireland
Chef de Partie/ Breakfast chef (Former Employee), Louth, IrelandJuly 1, 2014
Very busy wedding and function venue. I really enjoyed my time here also but had no work/life balance and my Partner lived 3 hours away so I decided to moved to the same city as my partner. Hence only working here for the few months.
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Typical office job but overall good environment.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Bedford Park, ILJune 30, 2014
As CSR, I answered the phone to set up appointments and solve customer issues. I also logged all information into the system and filled all paperwork for those clients. I had the chance to move up to dispatcher/task assigner, however, management felt I better served as CSR at that time. The hardest part of the job was making sure I had my phone responses – more... correct for each certain call. The most enjoyable part of the job were my co-workers. – less
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Fun place to work, high expectations
Room Service Supervisor (Former Employee), London, ENGJune 26, 2014
Pros: inclusions of meals, laundry, sports and social activities, discounted rates
Cons: as i said, every job has its highs and lows
+ Responsible for in house mini bar sales tracking for entire property
+ Training and development of new staff
+ Oversaw merchandising, shelving and stocking mini bar goods, while ensuring brand standards were met on a daily basis
+ Communicated with suppliers to obtain new range of goods for new product launches and promotions
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The best working environment ever!
Storeroom Clerk (Temp) (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAJune 17, 2014
Pros: free food, free dry cleaning of uniform, great pay, great environment.
Cons: i was only a temp.
Its not often you come 15 minutes early to work and you have your uniform pressed for you, locker room to dress, cafeteria to eat breakfast for free, serve yourself coffee and get a genuine chance to enjoy your last minutes before earning your paycheck. Its like that all day and its hard to take any other job seriously because of all the wonderful amenities – more... you get. Typical day is very busy with lots of tasks to do which is great since the day goes by faster and you feel productive. Management is very upbeat and extremely motivating to all employees. People are great to work with there because everyone is happy to be employed by Four Seasons. Hardest part can sometimes be the workload if theres no one to help since it gets busy, best part is coming to a company who cares for you. – less
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Wonderful company with a supportive atmosphere
Pool Server (Current Employee), Beverly Hills, CAJune 13, 2014
The Four Seasons Los Angeles has been a wonderful hotel to work for. I have learned so much about customer service and what it means to give quality 5 Diamond status service. My managers are supportive and willing to help. The hardest part of my job would have to be the extremely long days. Working outside by a pool can be tiring in itself, but for – more... 8 hours (most of the time longer during the summer season) can be overwhelming. – less
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A team that knows to use the employee potential to its fullest
Commis (Former Employee), Mumbai, MHJune 12, 2014
Basic and advanced aspects of a live kitchen including the hygiene standard maintenance of HACCP and Four Seasons.
New ideas and abilities put to test and accepted well.
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great people to work with
Social Media Marketing Intern (Former Employee), New York, NYJune 6, 2014
Loved working there. Very nice environment and everyone's polite and attentive
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Great Company to work for
Supervisor (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOMay 25, 2014
Managed Laundry Department
Responsible for 20-25 employees
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A large landscape in Miami as the tallest building in the area
Security Officer (Former Employee), Miami, FLMay 13, 2014
Attractive and nice workplace with pool and gym. I remembered there was a storm in Miami how the managers leads the employees to secure the pool area by moving tables and chairs from there avoiding the wind to through them down to the street which could caused hazardous incidents. I was called from home to be part of a large team from different department – more... in order to have the job done efficiently and quickly that was at the same time the hardest and the most enjoyable time of my Four Seasons experiences. – less
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leisure brand offering world class service
Commi chef (Former Employee), Mumbai, MHMay 13, 2014
opening of breakfast timing ,
latest food trends
great management
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productive & many things to learn
commi chef (Former Employee), Mumbai, MHMay 1, 2014
a busy day with the team working hard to maintain the standard
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Great company
Freelance Consultant (Current Employee), Miami, FLApril 30, 2014
This company offered me the flexibility of hours that fit around my school schedule. It was a great position and the employees I interacted with were superb individuals
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Friendly Environment and most specially is we have TEAMWORK
Barista (Former Employee), Riyadh, S01April 25, 2014
Pros: free meals
Cons: nothing to say for cons
Really learn a lot of things as a Barista working in a Five Star Hotel,basically its not only about creating drinks and serving guess,but its also helping your own self to be more motivated.A typical day at work is we started it with a smile,that's the most important.Guess will be more appreciated to the staff and management as they feel the friendly – more... environment like they would love to visit and making it as a hobby.Management is perfectly great,in a way of helping hand.They are so approachable and they are kind.The co-workers are cheerful,even though we have different culture and nationality but being hospitable is always applied.Nothing is hard in the job,because i love my Job.The Most enjoyable part of the job,is at the end of the shift even so tired but you'll still smile cause we gave the guess satisfaction that they are looking for. – less
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Resident care is great for those are not there for the money
LPN (Current Employee), Dayton, OHApril 7, 2014
Pros: paid lunches
I like working the 12 shifts.I spend my time with my residents on the days that I am at work. It also helps when monitoring residents if there are changes in conditions. The first 12 hours are crucial. This job requires a heart for nursing and not just for the money on any aspect of nursing. The co workings that truley care for the residents shows up – more... in the responses from the residents. If the staff is all on the same page and have the same goal, it makes the day go by smooth. – less
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GREAT WORK EVOIRNMENT COWORKERS FUN TO WORK WITH
AUTO TECHNICIAN /SHOP MANAGER (Former Employee), Staten Island, NYApril 7, 2014
Pros: very educatioal on job experience
Cons: very long hours 70 hour work week
MY DAY AT WORK USUALLY I WOULD OPEN SHOP TURN ON COMPRESSORS AND CALL BANK. THEN I WAS USUALLY FIRST ONE THERE AND CHECK ALL WORK ORDEERS OF CARS TO BE WORKED ON AND ASSIGN THE JOBS TO THE MECHANICS. THE HARDEST PART OF THE DAY WAS CLOSING UP IT WAS VERY LONG HOURS AND I HAD TO SHUT EVERYTHING DOWN AND PREPARE FOR THE NEXT WORK DAY AFTER 10 YEARS WORKING – more... 12 AND A HALF HOUR DAYS MAKES YOU VERY TIRED VERY EDUCATIONAL WORK PLACE MY BOSS WAS A VERY GOOD TEACHER. CO WORKERS WERE ALWAYS FUN TO WORK WITH EVERYONE ALWAYS GOT ALONG. THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF MY DAY WAS DIAGNOSING SOMETHING WRONG WITH A VECHILE THAT NOBOBTY ELSE COULD FIND. – less
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Organized, great pay, great people
Intern (Former Employee), Las Colinas, TXApril 1, 2014
Pros: free food, great managers, great pay
Cons: none!
This was a perfect summer internship. It paid amazing, had really good managers, and provided endless food!
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very classy environment
Banquet Server (Former Employee), Austin, TXApril 1, 2014
Pros: free food, uniforms, flexible schedule
Cons: having to be subservient and doing this convincingly
All of us banquet servers were students at U of T. Our serving ceremonies were quite difficult. We wore white linen jackets, taupe mid calf skirts, long sleeved shirts and bow tiesAll us us wore SAS shoes.
We knelt down to pick up serving trays with approximately 8 covered plates and walked in line and on cue into the dining room. The women usually – more... bent way back before we came near them in fear we would spill food on them. It happened very rarely in 11 years I worked there.
THE BENEFITS
While the guests were having a program, we servers went to the cafetería and ate all that gourmet left over food and desserts.
Those were the days.
Some of us cared for the ELITE which meant nice presents at times.
Of course when Gov. George Bush had his presidential campaign meetings, there were lots of German shephards about sniffing the banquet tables and no presents.
Four Seasons was a great company to work for but you would only last if you could do your job really well. – less
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work good with others and for others
cna (Former Employee), Sedalia, MOMarch 26, 2014
Pros: would go back to nursing
Cons: after cleaning up after them for a long time you get burned out
its not easy doing this job and you can get burned out all I can say is don't work as many hours as I did then you might not get burned out
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really good workplace to show your talent
Human Resources Intern (Former Employee), Shanghai, ChinaMarch 18, 2014
I was in the 3rd month of my internship. And my HR Director told me to hold an internal painting activity all by myself.

In the end, the event was held successfully, my Director also gave me some useful advice which would be great help for my future career.