Assistant Manager housekeeping (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 February 2018
The environment and this type of job is very healthy because of the type of formal dress code. Going to work and seeing others in the way they are dressed is a healthy part of one's social life. Communication is also the good thing in this field The layout of the department heads adds to the structure of the working environment. It is a psychological milestone that clearly has been improved upon over time and history. Keeping focused on this a good part of being a good worker.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 February 2018
- The typical day at work is always do the best I can do to provide the best service for my clients. - Every day I learn more and more with my coo-works, and clients. - Be a manager is take care about all of responsibility, and make the work environment good for all. - Analyze, and activate the company culture for organizational success. - When we have all schedule of the day organized and make it works we do not have hardest part of the job. - The most enjoyable part of the job is see that every things going okay and not just me, but coo-works and clients is are happy.
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Sheraton on the Falls, ON – 13 February 2018
I worked at Sheraton on the Falls for 4 months during the 2017 summer months for my college co-op. I don't know where to begin with the review, except I would never go back to Sheraton on the Falls. Next to no job security, agents often discussed the likelihood of one of us being fired/laid off. Supervisors doing managers jobs, Front Desk agents doing supervisory jobs. I'm looking for a job where I feel appreciated and involved, with a goal that everyone can get behind and appreciate
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Cook 4 (Former Employee) – Avon, CO – 6 February 2018
Our supervisors do line-ups to all the kitchen staff for the reservations we have every day. One of the most fun placed I've work since I encounter people with different nationality. And there are fun activities offered in our hotel that we can avail on our rest day.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – St. Thomas, ON – 28 December 2017
It’s a good work place friendly people they provide lunch and good trainging easy to get used to the hours don’t change the trainers up on the floor make sure you are always helped when you first get up there
Finance Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 December 2017
I like the leadership in Sheraton hotel. Managers are great, and they always make small conversation with you, and ask how you doing, even you as a co-op student. Great people to work with, most of them are genuine hard- working people. Great place to work at!
Hotel Receptionist (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 19 December 2017
The HR Manager will hire you as a full time but after the one week training thats the start of your on call schedule based on the hotel occupancy.And after your probationary period if the management dont like you they will terminate your contract without a valid reason.
Food and Beverage Trainee (Former Employee) – Naples, FL – 9 December 2017
the Riz is very good place to work for and grow in the hospitality industry. i learnt a lot in this company, i became more proffessional than i was. It is such amazing the training is very good. Unfortunately some employees never like working as a team in which i think its often good. It was more like each man for himself. the management is ok and more strict when it comes to the company policies. the hardest part for this job is the hours which are too long.
Housekeeper/Room Attendant (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 29 November 2017
The only thing i can think that was a positive was the people but they're no match for the massive steaming pile that was literally everything else. There were a grand total of 4 housekeepers. 4. seriously. And most of the time we only had 3 because one of them was over at the other hotel. Getting 20-25 rooms to clean wasn't unusual. (I've even seen 31) And it's not like these were all stays either, this was a normal day. Even with all that, they then decided to give us a management checklist. You know, a list of all the things we shouldn't have to do because it's not our job? Yea, we had to do them. At least there was no shortage of hours.
The people really were great though. Everyone helped each other out when they finished and we all got along really well. *cough* Until they get fed up and quit within 6 months. *cough*
1$ breakfast oh wait they stopped that. Great benifits opps wait they don't know what those are.
Advancement? what does that mean? Crazy understaffed, etc
Sales and Service Representative (Former Employee) – St. Thomas, ON – 16 November 2017
All the reviews are quite accurate. I appreciated the training and guaranteed full-time work. I loved working with the manager in charge of my team. Actually, many of the managers I came in contact with were excellent and incredibly helpful.
I left because I felt stuck. There was a lot of talk about opportunity for advancement but, while I qualified for the next tier within less than a month out of training and consistently topped my team in sales, I was not advanced nor trained for the next tier in the 9 months I was there.
And I dreaded going to work a lot of days because there are a lot of rude customers that verbally attack you if you can not give them the answer that they want. This job is perfect for thick skinned, extroverted individuals. Just not for me.
Bed Maker (Former Employee) – Collingwood, ON – 9 November 2017
The westin, was a good environment to work in but a lot of hard work. I enjoyed my time at the Westin. From working at the westin I got a free ski pass which was really nice. The staff and people at the Westin are very kind. The most enjoyable part about working at the Westin would be after I make my beds seeing how nice they look, and how happy the guests are with my service to the Westin. It is a very pretty hotel, lots of people from all over come to stay in it.