stage bar (Former Employee), Milano, LOM – October 18, 2013
Cons: periodi lavorativi brevi
in questo ambiente lavorativo ho fatto l'extra, lavoravo circa 3 giorni a settimana. ho fatto room service, bar, colazioni e banchetti. mi piaceva molto come lavoro e speravo di continuare a lavorare li. invece data la crisi o altre cose purtroppo ho smesso. ci tornerei molto volentieri.
Banquet Service Waitress (Current Employee), Dubai, DU – October 18, 2013
Grand Hyatt Dubai Banquet is the biggest place to work with. Manage of time and work is the most important thing that i learn throughout the time of my work. At first month is very difficult to manage but through the patience and hard work I develop myself to become a better staff. A lot of challenges comes but then thanks to the help of one another – more... we solved it and had a chance to rate myself that i can do it. The most enjoyable part of the work is when i finish all my work and receive good comments from guest and managers. – less
Front Desk Supervisor (Current Employee), Lithonia, GA – October 16, 2013
Pros: experiencing the environment of business and hotel discounts
Cons: no benefits, the slow season leads to cuts in hours
A typical day at work encompasses me: -Delivering exceptional customer service to guest staying in the hotel -Answering calls regarding reactive sales. -Handling Accounts Receivable -Supervising a staff of 7 Employees -Adjusting and Balancing customer and contracted account -Ordering food, beverage, and supplies for the facility.
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee), Vancouver, BC – October 15, 2013
Pros: comp hotel nights
Cons: i work on holidays, sometimes
A typical day at work is, I log onto my computer station, then get my cash float. I begin the morning check list. Checking the arrivals and departures for the day. I check the occupancy and begin taking the prepayments. I will block the airlines, and start the vip arrivals. Everyday is a new different day at the hotel. I love working with all my co-workers – more... and my managers. Sometimes it can be a bit demanding when there's a sold out day, and we have early arrivals. But there is always support to help the staff and customers. – less
Lead main Dining Room Coffee Bar (Current Employee), Sarasota Fl – October 15, 2013
Pros: employee cafeteria, good medical and dental benefits
I been at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota for almost nine years, it's been a great experience I've learn a lot from the customer service perspective since our standars are based upon exceeding our guest expectations, Most of my co workers have been there for over 20 years which speaks for itself!!
fun work place with many people from diverse backgrounds
Accountant (Current Employee), Dubai, DU – October 14, 2013
Pros: free food, transport to and from work, gaming facilities
Cons: long working hours
A lot of job to do with mix of fun.Just being myself and directing what to do and when.Learning to deal with many people from diverse back grounds which advances my management skills.Co workers are very co-operative,we work as a team.The hardest part of work is when we have to work etra time especially at the end of the month to close the monthly accounts – more... and it also happens to be most intresting because at the end, everything balances and it gives a lot of satisfaction. – less
ASSISTANT MANAGER, HOUSEKEEPING (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – October 11, 2013
You never knew what was going to happen or who was going arrive when you went to work. My manager Jean was probably one of the best managers that I have ever worked for. The hardest part for me was sharing the work load....
Convention Services Manager (Former Employee), Philadelphia – October 11, 2013
Good health benefits, decent salary and definitely room to advance. I was promoted 3 times during my time there, however, to move any further I'd have to change locations and I wasn't willing to relocate. There isn't much work/life balance in the Convention Services Manager job at that specific hotel. Also, for all of the time, hard work and stress – more... that you put into the job, I didn't feel that I was valued much as a person by higher management. The thing I miss most is the people I worked with and the benefit of free nights I had at any available hotel as an employee. – less
I worked at the Hyatt for 7 years and enjoyed my time there.
Front Desk Operator (Former Employee), Perth WA 6000 – October 8, 2013
Pros: free hyatt nights
Cons: graveyard shifts
My typical day would include the following: • Answering/transferring internal and external phone calls • Training new staff • Customer Service • Check in check out of guests and crew to the hotel • Entering and organising of rooms including flight crew rooms • General hotel administration • Database (Opera) management • Assisting with any queries • – more... Hotel reservations (Reserve database) My management and coworkers although constantly changing over the 7 years always made for a good work environment.
The hardest part of the job was working the "graveyard" or night shifts.
The most enjoyable part was meeting lovely people each and everyday. – less
Overnight General Manager (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 8, 2013
Hyatt is the introduction to the way to interact with cultures from around the world. I have met and enjoyed experiences that people only dream of while keeping the anonymity of all guests. This includes the Super Bowl Bronco's, Michael Jackson, Gene Hackman, Jimmie Dean, and more.