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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
Happiness score is 76 out of 100Above average
4.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation


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Rating overview

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Server / Supervisor in Toronto, ON
on 28 April 2021
Great Place to work overall
It was a great and wonderful experience working for Fairmont, and honestly I really would love to work for them again one day, it's one of the best community environment there to work in. You are always engage in doing something community wise, lots of activities to keep you motivated, I have lots of great memories working there over the years, each department have their own goals to achieve, and sometimes you are rewarded for doing so, it's a excellent company that I can recommend for anyone of course, it's all up to you for making the best and takes nothing for granted.
Room Attendant in 100 Front st. West
on 8 April 2021
Happy Place to work peaceful
This Hotel Fairmont Royal York is the my work place that i can keep for ever, People who work with me are all Professional, polite,kind, and very respectful to each and every one.
Royal Service Agent in Fairmont, BC
on 3 April 2021
Great place to work
I really enjoy working for the Fairmont, I keep coming back to it (I've worked at three Fairmont Properties in Canada in my career) and I can honestly say, they are the leaders of Hospitality. The managers trust your instincts and support you when guest are being harsh/ unfair. They give you the empowerment to solve guest issues without them escalating to managers (so they really want you to be confident to resolve guest issues which can be hard at times but managers are always around to help you out.)Everyone supports each other and each department really do try and help when they can. My only complaint about the company is guest can be the worst, some can be very demanding and some interactions can be hard on your mental health. They don’t happen very often but since the pandemic Guests have expected a bit too much that the industry and not always predict or fix (Example, if the government put in a restriction for no sit down service that will completely hurt the hotel and you will hear about it/ try and figure out a way to assist these guest when the restrictions happen and become in affect a few hours later) but then you get one guest that can turn everything around for being so sweet and kind and really understanding ( and you can if available upgrade their rooms or send amenities) Over all I’ve made life long friendships from this company and have learned SO much about Hospitality, If you are empathetic and love working with people this is the company you would want to work for.
Guest Room Attendant in Vancouver, BC
on 30 March 2021
Good company, good wages but stressful work.
The colleagues there are mostly nice and supportive, with a few exceptions.Fairmont is an excellent company but the work is overwhelming the majority of the days. Always finished the days feeling drained and with no energy last to spend with my family.
Coordinator in Vancouver, BC
on 24 March 2021
great and talent team/culture
overall not a bad company. extended benefit is pretty basic with pension plan. The company promotes collaborating culture with good training system. Unfortunately the management team is not always leaders of the example. Some top management team member have no hospitality background and don't understand the company's policy.Dealing with demanding customers plus rotating shifts can make work more stressful. not a work/life balance type of job unless you are at the top of seniority.

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Insights from 299 Indeed users who have interviewed with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts within the last 5 years.
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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

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Shared on 25 August 2018

1.What is your goal for this job? 2.Why do you think you are suitable for this job? 3.What is your knowledge and experience in the field of your job? 4.What documents and certifications do you have for the job you are looking for? 5.What skills do you have other than this skill? 6.Are you in complete mental and physical health?

Shared on 7 August 2018

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