SERVER (Former Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 24 September 2014
The shifts went by quickly, I enjoyed communicating with all the different people I saw every day. I learned how to serve specific meals and how they were made, I learned how to keep busy during a long shift, I was taught how to give my all in making sure that everyone was satisfied with their experience at the Radisson. I learned many different things about the franchise during my Yes I Can training which helped with my every day skills on the job.
Restaurant & In Room Dining Manager (Current Employee) – Edmonton – 11 September 2014
I am responsible for the restaurant & In room dining. I participate in morning meetings & all communication meetings with other departmental meetings. The management is very approachable & have open door policy. I enjoy working here because my team is very good & professional.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 4 July 2014
Renovations of the hotel took a lot longer than expected. It was very hard to keep front desk management. Many employees didn't have the "Yes I can" attitude. Housekeeping ran behind a lot, due to laundry or whatever.
The fun part was meeting people all over the globe. Interacting with celebrities, weddings and much more. There were so many exciting parts about the job.
The Radisson is a great hotel to work at and the company is awesome..
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 17 May 2014
I enjoy talking with the guest and meeting new people all the time, from all corners of the universe. My co-workers are awesome,we are always laughing and having fun. The hardest part of the job is when dealing with difficult guests, it gets a little overwhelming sometimes especially when it is very busy, however a lot of patience and empathy goes a long way and that is always handy, i always tell myself to relax so that the guest can relax as well when they see that i am calm. Works for me and i love my job.
Accounting Clerk (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 February 2014
The most enjoyable part of the job is the autonomy this position allows. As I am mainly responsible for accounts receivable my performance metric is the aging. So as long as the aging is good, my superiors are happy and I'm happy.
Executive Sous Chef (Current Employee) – Fort Mcmurray AB – 13 November 2013
Executive Sous Chef , preparation of bases et sauces, supervision of staff, Food costs, composition et elaboration of menus & table d’hote’s ,running the line and pass, butchery et confections of ‘‘petit four’’
Room Attendant Supervisor (Former Employee) – London, ON – 31 July 2013
Done 4 months Internship in Radisson as Housekeeping attendant/supervisor. Taught me a lot to be patience and not be surprised when I enter a room. taught me how to be communicate with Front desk and managers and maintenance, cause the hotel wont run if you do not work as a team with all departments
Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 26 February 2013
During my volunteer hours at the Radisson hotel i learned how to prepare food properly and garnish foods. My co-workers were very nice and very helpful. The hardest part of the job was preparing foods all day so much my fingers were sore. I enjoyed working with my co-workers and garnishing foods.
Guest Service Agent (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 November 2012
Everyday we had a task list to complete, and a various amount of other work. We all worked as a team and management worked with us as well (rare) and it is the best work enviroment I have ever worked in. We have 100% guest satisfaction program so we were always assuring our guests had a good stay and made sure if they did not to make it right. The hardest part of a day would be having a guest we just could not satisfy no matter what we tried. All departments worked as a team together which made the daily run of the hotel fairly easy. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting the variety of guests and the guest interaction. To make someones day because of a simple offering is very satisfactory! If I could I would bring my job home with me.
lunch, teamwork, working with people you can rely on and fantastic work enviroment