Night Auditor (Current Employee), Herndon, VA – April 30, 2012
Pros: free meals free, 12 night stays after one year, good benefits
Cons: hours tend to go up and down
I love working with the management. I have never felt so much love and happiness with a company EVER. I have gained so many new friends, so much more knowledge, and every day is like a new experience. Never a dull day at Hyatt Dulles
Front Desk (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – February 21, 2014
Pros: close to home and scheduling worked well.
Cons: attitude of one employee
I enjoy working for the Hyatt Seattle because of its family oriented atmosphere and it's many opportunities for growth. Everyday I come to work and I have this uplifting spirit that motivates me to work hard and provide outstanding service that makes me want to be the best Hyatt associate.
Kitchen Supervisor (Former Employee), Kansas City, MO – February 20, 2014
Pros: great fellow employees both management and non management.
Cons: ability to get rehired.
I loved working for the HYATT at crown center in Kansas City,MO After 30 years the hyatt contract was not renewed by the HALL family and the Sheraton took over two years ago.I was told that I could easily be rehired by HYATT at another location and it still has not happened after numerous applications.I had a great work record and am wondering if maybe – more... its my age.(53) – less
Laundry tech (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – February 19, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
I enjoyed working for this company because they were willing to work with my school schedule and were very supportive of my education. a typical day was a 8 hour shift in the laundry area. standing folding and sorting, loading machines. I got along well with my coworkers.the hardest part was being in a isolated location. most enjoyable was the friendships – more... i developed with my coworkers. – less
Restaurant Manager (Current Employee), Lexington, KY – February 17, 2014
Pros: gratification from the customers
Cons: expensive benefits, poor upper management
An exciting workplace, always something going on. This was my first hotel, being next to Rupp Arena makes it interesting. My co workers are the best, management not so much. The hardest part of the job is running a restaurant that is under staffed and not having the tools and equiptment to do the very best. The most enjoyable part of my job is making – more... someone happy because of the food I cook for them. – less
Back Aisle (Current Employee), Orlando, FL – February 16, 2014
Fast paced environment with long working hours Multitask and communication Needs a bit of organization and better communication A strong team that pulls together when it comes down to pressure and high demand of customer service lack of sleep and long hours money definitly
Gallery Host (Current Employee), Blue Ash, OH – February 9, 2014
Pros: the guest
Cons: pay, managment, health care
This job seems great when you first start out. For me I love to work with people and making them happy so i enjoy my job. Its management and the lack of help. Mangement has changed 3 times since ive been here. Front desk does the front desk, the bar, starbucks, and we make food but yet we make 2 dollars less than other hotels because we are under pillar. – more... Insurance will be taken away from you if you cant make two weeks both equal 32. they however do not explain that to you when they are trying to get you to get the insurance they just say one week within the 3 months has to be above 32. only enjoyable thing was the guest that i could make smile. the children i made laugh and everyone i was able to make feel like they were home – less