Horseshoe Resort
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation
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Salary estimated from 101 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 39 reviews and is evolving.



on 6 May 2021
Fun place to work.
Great place to work , great people. Very low pay for what you do. Sometimes hard to get time to take your break depending on staffing levels and your manager and depending on what role you have.Nice perks though you get an employee discount and if availability allows for it you can use the facilities free of charge which is an amazing perk.For people on the front line though there seems to be no recognition from the company that Barrie is one of the most expensive cities to live in in Canada as the pay is very close to minimum wage.
Operations in Oro-Medonte, ON
on 2 August 2020
An organisation is built from the top.
Poor upper management has led horseshoe to go downhill over the past 5 years, toxic work culture but good peers. Dumb decisions are made, most of the directors/management (not all, there are some nice ones) come in for a few hours usually seen drinking at the crazy horse while they watch everything, and complain that frontline staff are not "busy" enough which causes people from different departments to be doing the work of other departments when it is not busy, leading to poor customer service, and lower morale. Because of this disconnect between the people actually doing work, and the decision making from management the customer and working experience has gone downhill. Raises are not given(some supervisors got a 50 cent raise), Breaks are very strict, and the working environment is bad, so there is a high turnover. I have never seen a thank you or "you did a good job" from anyone to anyone. It surprises me that horseshoe has not run into any constructive dismissal lawsuits over the past few years, or that skyline has not purged upper management.
Director of Resort Accommodations / Spa Manager in Barrie, ON
on 31 May 2020
Stressful and demanding
The hospitality industry is stressful and demanding. Work demands can be unpredictable and unreasonable. Very difficult for work life balance. Best suited to young people without family demands and commitments.
Member of the medical response team in Barrie, ON
on 25 January 2020
Productive and fun place to work.
Great environment with great employees and coworkers. I really enjoy my time there and I think it is a great place to work for any age and experience.
Terrain Park Attendant in Barrie, Ontario
on 8 January 2020
Great Place to work if you enjoy the outdoors.
It is a great place to work and can be a lot of fun especially if you like the outdoors. You have the opportunity to use the facility before and after work hours. Company supplies outdoor winter jackets/uniform.

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