Harrison Hot Springs Resort and Spa
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Spa Therapist in Harrison Hot Springs, BC
on 10 April 2020
Harrison is a relaxing place to be. Simply put slow down enjoy nature and company that your with . No shopping , no stress. Just relax and unwind .
Front Desk in Harrison Hot Springs, BC
on 31 July 2021
Best thing I ever did was leave
I worked here for several years and the best thing I ever did was leave. The environment was so toxic my mental health was at major risk and a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders once I was gone. Management doesn’t listen to the people who work first hand with the guests and they never take preventative measures to prevent obvious issues from happening. They wait until stuff hits the fan and then leave it to the workers to deal with it and be yelled at. There’s no trust in the employees at all when giving suggestions on how to make things better. I didn’t feel appreciated for my hard work either, except from my coworkers who were great and like family. Management is the biggest problem.
Chef/cook in Lakeside kitchen/copper room
on 15 May 2021
Having worked in the industry for 40 yrs the most dissapointing job ever.
Rude managent with below average customer service skills. No training or job advancement opportunities. Borderline criminal narsacistic low skill supervisors who do their jobs by bullying people. Due to the COVID crisis they have decided to use it as leverage to get rid of all high payed empoyees with the intention of highering lower payed labour when the crisis is over. Constant lying and lack of communication from upper level management.No social aspect to the job most people that work there dislike each other.
Sales Associate in Chilliwack, BC
on 19 January 2021
Good money, bad environment
You make a decent wage working at the Harrison Resort. But the people are very clique-y and rude, nobody cares about you and your life. The management is awful and so are the supervisors. If you really need a job and money, work here, but don’t stick around for too long. You won’t advance within the hotel.
Room Attendant in Harrison Hot Springs, BC
on 19 January 2020
Long term employee vs short term employee
It was like pins and needles for most days working amongst staff. My experience was not a balanced one in dealing with union and company politics. This affected team dynamics

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