Incredibly unprofessional, misleading and a matter to concern the labor board from all angles.
Supervisor/Server (Former Employee) – Jasper, AB – 8 March 2019
If you acquire a position from this company, be sure to follow-up and do your research on who your direct employers are and be weary of the HR management who is a walking lawsuit on her own. Failure to appropriate pay, whether hourly or contracted, failure to provide benefits in a timely manner, failure to communicate re HR as per notable issues/claims, failure to provide pay stubs, failure to mediate legal scheduling hours, failure to provide sick days, failure to provide substantial management to oversee vacation periods of staff and in events where further staffing are needed, primarily due to an outstandingly high overturn rate, leaving the staffing, simply inadequate to fully perform the necessary tasks in such time-frames. Of course, they will constructively dismiss or terminate your employment, no matter how unlawful the go-about is. Worst company I have ever worked for - that in itself is an understatement.
Cook (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 13 February 2019
They use you during time they need you Then they let you go with no respect and no good excuses Never cares for your health or you no matter They need one cook to do 3 people’s job at ones Don’t even bother going for interviews It’s all lie
Casual Employee (Former Employee) – Alberta – 3 January 2019
They think they can charge Vail resort or RCR prices on food and drinks at a small resort that maxes out with 2600 people once or twice a season. Work their staff super hard for barely minimum wage. before they came stepped in, the food was was bigger and cheaper now its smaller portions and ridiculously over priced.
Cashier (Former Employee) – 196 cedar – 8 December 2018
They will fire you without giving you any reason for their decision. I injured myself and needed 2 weeks off. They day I return after my time off they tell me I'm not a good fit to work there. No reason or anything I did wrong
Server (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 August 2018
The company doesn´t take care of its employees at all. One would think they would want to keep the people that work for them happy but the opposite is true. Banning them from entering all their properties after resignation? Banning them from taking food from a left-over buffet which will end up in garbage? No break down for gratuities so that people know what they are actually being paid for? I wouldn´t want my greatest enemies to work for these people.
Chef Manager monitoring day to day operations (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 August 2018
Hired to many managers who did not really know the business. Stopped being a company that cared about the guys who helped build the company. Tried very hard to push out the higher salaries to bring in new staff at lower rates. Not good at all.
General Helper (Current Employee) – Sault-Sainte-Marie, ON – 17 May 2018
Exhilarating, unique and fast-paced, the environment supports growth and fosters hard work and dedication, I recommend this to any student looking to hone in and perfect their food production and catering skills.
Barista at Marmot Basin (Current Employee) – Jasper, AB – 7 March 2018
I've worked 5 day in a week. On the weekends was/is it always busy and sometimes very stressful but makes still fun. I like to be a Barista. I learned to make all kinds of Frappuccino and latte and to operate the till as well. I found all lot of friends at work, everybody is kind and friendly. We have a really good work climate
Free Lunches, Free Skipass, 50% Staff discount, Staff bus shuttle
Cook (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 13 February 2018
Horrible place to work. I was told during interview that they have hard working chef managers who spend most time in kitchen rather than office. Not true at all. He sat in the office watching videos on phone while others did most of work. No leadership at all. Even district manager knew but refused to act. I ran as fast as I could in couple months. Please stay away from this bad culture.
Payroll Clerk (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 21 January 2018
An insufferable and toxic work environment at the TMMC plant in Cambridge. Lots of harassment and other forms of misconduct happening behind closed doors. Toyota is only now learning about the problem, but this problem seems to be integrated into the Dana Hospitality brand and is not something you can fix without starting up top. The “managers” and “supervisors” lack the fundamentals needed for the position. They have no respect for the people or property around them, and they encourage their staff members to bully and belittle those they deem less important than them.
Dana Hospitality offers no hospitality, and I wouldn’t wish for a job with them on my worst enemy.
Worker (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 16 December 2017
There are serious institutional problems within the Dana hospitality group. The manager where I worked was left free to bully people (particularity the female staff), was constantly aggressive and picked and chose when he felt like paying over time and to whom. Any complaints or criticism fell on deaf ears and often lead to further bullying from the manager. In the time I was there this caused a constantly high tun over rate.
Chef Manager (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 20 November 2017
I can't believe so many bad reviews here. As a Chef Manager for 3 years I have grown as a chef and have developed my culinary skills and leadership skills. I am not micro managed like some places but can reach out for help. There is a lack of communication from upper management but their is the support group to reach out to. . We cook from scratch and use local product.One day is Thai the next day can be Mexican.
Monday to Friday. Not Micromanaged. Lots of creativity.