House Person (Former Employee) – 4 Avenue Road,Toronto,Ontario, M5R2E8 – 16 May 2017
Very productive and staff very relatively straightforward.My duties and responsibilities are dusts and polishes metal work,Removes trash collected by room attendants,Receives linen supplies.Store linen supplies in floor linen closets.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 April 2014
Great environment and great team. Learned a lot and growing into management skill was a bonus. The hardest part of the job is not getting to grow in the company because of unfortunate reasons due of lack professionalism on the new management. I enjoyed all my team and everyone i dealt with.
Grand Hyatt is a fun because of multi-cultural co workers, and the training they provide
Chef De Partie (Former Employee) – United Arab Emirates – 16 January 2014
Grand Hyatt is a busy Hotel with more than 500 rooms and more than 100 villas, 14 restaurant and a room service.It's all day work most of the time especially on peak season. Management are well focus and schedules training for development more often.Co-workers cooperates well and work as a team. The hardest part of the job is when you have to adopt and respect Muslim culture, where-in you need to have a separate cookwares for Muslim and non Muslim and even Hindus. The most enjoyable part of job is when busy time,is also a fun time as you need to interact with the guest especially if there is big event like October fest,GM's conference and the likes.
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 15 October 2013
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 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.
Working at a place that makes different types of amazing sweets
Baker (Co-op Student) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 September 2013
A typical day at work would be to come into work and be ready to be told what to do. A co-worker would give me something to do on the list, if its gathering ingredients or actually making the product, I will start on it.
I have learn a lot about baking and when I make mistakes, I learn why the product turn out to not be what I have expected. I have learn what it is like to work in a Kosher Kitchen. It is very important to wash any kinds of fruits and to check eggs for blood and that no dairy is involved. I also have learned how to make a ton of things.
Management is great at Park Hyatt. Everyone makes a list of what needs to be done for events or banquet orders, meets up for meeting to see if there are any changes to be made before the event and makes the product just in time for the event.
Most enjoyable part of the job is when I get to make small treats like cake pops, creme brulee, macaroons, mini lemon meringue pies, little beautiful pastries that I can create with my hands, especially cinnamon apple rose tarts which is very time consuming when producting alot but I enjoy making each and every one of the tarts with a perfect apple rose.
Service Writer (Current Employee) – Calgary Alberta – 24 June 2013
I have learnt alot regarding high end product and met many very interesting clients-who have encouraged me greatly to follow my dreams to find a career where my hard work determination and education is appreciated and valued.
I have found the hardest part of the job to be the hours which a general day is 13 hours
I find that I have learnt what I would like to find In an employer going forward and I need and thrive on being in a place where I am challenged daily but would want to be rewarded for all the hard work
Waiter (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 13 February 2013
hyatt regency hotel est un endroi ou toutes employer adore se quil fai . lencadrement lorganisation et bien dotre qualiter denvironement sont remarcable pour une hotel de 4.5 etoile elle ma donner le gout et la motivation de continuer dans le domaine de lhotellerie pour encore plusieur annees .
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 February 2013
Attend sales meetings. Explain probucts and features to customers. Constant learning of modern technology in vehicles. Supportive General Manager. Receive complementary comments from satisfied customers. Moving, driving variety of new vehicles.
Le Meridien hotels creates experiences of the highest level
Director of National Sales Canada (Former Employee) – Toronto Ontario – 3 January 2013
Working for Le Meridien Hotels and resorts was an absolute pleasure. The various hotels newly built or acquired were fitted perfectly into the individual city's culture promoting high end luxury and some of the best service and individual management skills I have ever witnessed. Meridien looked after its employees which showed in high service levels
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 December 2012
well a typical work day starts at 8 and can go from changing oil to mounting and balancing tires, cleaning the shop, i'm always learning new stuff every day from the technicians. the hardest part of my job is when it gets slow and trying to find stuff to do. the best part of the day is when its busy and there's no waiting for work.