Room Attendant (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 6 May 2018
some people I work with are not very pleasant, but my trainer and manager are very nice, I learned a lot through them and I learned a lot working in my department even though I did not have a background coming in to it
Accounting Co-op (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 April 2018
People were all nice to you. Office was in 12th floor witch has a nice view. Job was not difficult but needed patience. Don't need to be afraid when you made mistake. people would teach you. Just learn it and not to make anymore.
25% off in restaurant
cut half of hour break time every day even you don't take it
Porter (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 20 April 2018
As a porter, i was generally left alone to set up events. However the sales department was really lazy when it came to events and tend to bungle things up. Such as, giving me and the other porters the wrong information and never giving us enough of a head start for setting up events.
Director of Business Development (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 3 April 2018
-Prospected Corporate Business - Sales Calls Daily. -Built Client Relations, attended Industry events -Client Receptions -Activity developed business contacts to fill the hotel, revenue generated, -Developed contracts for corporate business and conference business
IT Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 February 2018
I make sure to be ready and out the door so I can get to work at least 30 minutes before ‘start time.’ That way if there are delays such as traffic I’m still on time for any meetings or important tasks. I check voice mail and the calendar, then plan my sit down work time around other things like meetings. Sometimes it’s hard to balance between being friendly and keeping on task, but people understand that I don’t like to chit chat during the day – I like to work
Assistant Executive Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 17 January 2018
People are always friendly and kind. It’s a great place for culture and to learn new things. Management encourages cross training and helping departments when needed. It is a hard job but very rewarding at the end of the day, most days.
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 25 July 2017
As a 16 year old, they were giving me awful hours. 10 hour shifts 7 days in a row, with one day off. And they barely trained me. When I talked to hr about it, I was scolded and told I wasn't allowed to talk to hr again by the chef.
Waiter (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 5 June 2017
Typical day was a 15-22 hour shift. I learnt how wedding receptions carry on with a reception/party for the guests. The culture was that the longer you worked, the more money you get paid. Unfortunately that is quite exhausting after working 4 days in a row, with very little sleep.
Room Service Attendant (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 5 June 2017
Working here was a great experience for me and has really made me a much better Busboy, Room service attendant then before and I can say I have learned a lot from the past 4 years working here. Spotless looking hotel always very clean and great busboy uniform.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 9 April 2017
Good in relating to others; good customer service · Open to learning new skills, creative and ready to serve · Ability to work individually as well as in a team setting · Diligent, dedicated and loyal; excellent work ethic · Up-beat and friendly professional demeanor · Highly community minded - enjoy working in a helping capacity · Excellent manual dexterity and good with tools
Excellent benefits and great salary, beautiful people
SALES & CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 8 March 2017
I highly recommend working at the Delta Plaza because of how laid back the working environment can be for such a finely-tunes high-paced fully-functioning business. So long as everyone does a bit, there is time to enjoy yourself in the work place and really get to know people and relax and enjoy yourself. Very cultured and multi-cultured environment; weather it be people, language, or foods (and the hotel has it all). You have an excellent chance to speak with people who are just getting out of culinary schools, college courses, who are already certified Chefs and there is always something to be learned. It keeps you very sociable, busy, it's very educational from a social perspective, as well as a business perspective. You can learn many different fields all bundled into this one great location, such as; serving, bar-tending, working with food, plating food, prepping, serving, management, banquettes, there is so much to be learnt. Many people are fluently bilingual in multiple languages, so that could be beneficial. Just so much to learn and so much fun to have, great food, great benefits, great location. You get discounts on traveling expenses and hotel room rentals. Just great stuff all around.
Banquet Server (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 7 February 2017
Going into work at the Crowne Plaza is always exciting. You never know whats going to happen the next day even though work can be tedious. Teamwork is something I find the Crowne Plaza is proud of because everyone just comes together and make sure everything is going to work out in a smoothly manner. Everyone always has a smile on their face. I speak highly of the staff because they are great and they have become a family.