F&B bartender, asst manager, manager (Former Employee) – Jordan. ON – 27 March 2015
i found that inn on the twenty was a fast paced high energy restaurant. i greatly improved my management skills further learned on computer systems and training new employees. the most enjoyable part of the job was the customers interaction.
A very well developed Kitchen Culture, utilizing local farmers, local fare, pairing well with the Niagara region wineries. A Very balanced work life, allowing you time to spend with family and friends.Chef coaches and helps cooks develop skills and knowledge about food and wines..
staff meals, requested days off, fun and educated co-workers
Manager (Current Employee) – Jordan, Ont – 5 March 2013
Being a hospitality destination every work day can be unpredictable. Family owned company allows for staff to be individuals but does limit your growth potential. With 75% of buisness being done during the summer months you must be a great multi tasker with above average time management skills. Working a variety of shifts does not allow for much of a home life that would be the hardest part of the job. I was given the opportunity to improve my customer relation and brand building skills.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Twenty, ENG – 17 October 2012
there is no typical day, some are busier then others depending on guest amounts. managenent is good - i get along well with my manager co-workers, love them, they are great to work with hardest part of the job is - keeping on times and not missing things enjoyable part is that it feels like home
discounts on food, spa treatments, tips, paid holidays
Guest Services/Spa Reception (Current Employee) – Jordan, ON – 14 August 2012
Engaging with clients/guests either in person or on the phone. Booking spa services, dinner arrangemnts, hotel stay, etc. Professionally corresponding to guest inquiries and requests. Great management support. Learned to be task oriented in a fast-paced work environment. Love meeting new people each day.