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good company to work with
Sales Department - Acting Sales Supervisor  (Current Employee) –  Kuwait7 July 2013
the good thing of the company is that they provides career opportunities in other locations and trainings
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Great hotel to work for.
Guest Services Manager, HR, Payroll Administrator (Former Employee) –  Toronto14 April 2013
I had a great time working for IHG. I got a lot to learn and met a lot of great and different people.
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IHG is an Industry leader
Global Sales Canada (Former Employee) –  Toronto & Vancouver3 January 2013
IHG has been an industry leader for over 10 years . With the global renovation of its Holiday inn brand there is an extemporary IHG product at every budget level
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fabulous management
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dealing with problem at work with professionalism.
Waiter (Current Employee) –  Kuwait28 September 2012
every day is busy with arab people that's always have to be attended promptly

being snappy in work with efficient results.

management is always a pressure at work, but you have to be used to it.

excellent and professional co workers.

busy days like weekends and frequent changes in company policies.

you deal with all walks of life and colleagues with different nationalities.
Pros
free accomodation with a 3x a day open cafeteria
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productive
Conference Manager (Former Employee) –  Poland4 September 2012
It depends to the fuction.
Management was good.
friendly and cooperate.
in my side there is no hard job in Intercontinental.
Meet some big time people.
Pros
they provide food and uniform.
Cons
it depends.
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Productive and fun workplace.
Banquet Server (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON26 July 2012
The hardest part of the job is to be on your feet for 7 hours. However the staff that you work with make it worthwhile. Everyone, including management team is always very positive and up-beat. You do get to eat the good food that the Hotel makes when you get the chance to have a break. The most enjoyable part of the job is to meet different people and to be able to serve them in the best way you can. When customers are satisfied then it reflects on the working staff. I have learned to properly set up tables in different functions, I have also learned to use my strength when carrying heavy plates and trays. My time management skills are enhanced since each function consisted of specific time periods of when to serve and to clean.
Pros
great management, decent pay.
Cons
not enough hours to work.
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