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Delta Toronto Airport
Guest Services Representative (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON10 November 2018
Delta Toronto Airport is good when it comes to hiring within. However, what i've noticed is teamwork is lacking, and once given the tools to succeed, growing within the company is difficult. and not worth it. Pay compensation is also lacking. More work for less pay
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Meals included, Great annual Holiday Party.
Cleaner/Housekeeping (Former Employee) –  Kent st, Ottawa1 November 2018
Learned a great deal on how a hotel works and operates. Working overnights, they paid a dollar an hour premium. Very busy hotel with many staff members. Staff were required to be flexible for scheduling. Management was fair and also flexible for day off requests and vacation times. You are treated with respect and valued as part of an important team. There are staff incentives, like prizes for nominated for best employee of the week, helping other staff members, etc.
Pros
Lunch and dinner supplied. Staff incentives, gifts for good work, etc.
Cons
Sometimes overtime to cover sick time.
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4.0
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good benefits
Room attendant (Current Employee) –  Calgary, AB28 October 2018
good lunch and diner charge low price. super busy in hot season, super free in winter time. good benefits for us. but the some polices in hotel and unclear.
Pros
good lunch and diner charge low price
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5.0
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Amazing culture and support system, dependant on location
Supervisor (Current Employee) –  Vancouver, BC22 October 2018
I have worked at several locations and it truly depends on who has taken over ownership of each individual location.
The best overall experience I gained was through the Delta Vancouver Suites. The management team has an incredible support system developed, and creates a fun working environment.
Pros
Learning, benefits, culture, hospitality (Vancouver)
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not that great place to work
Auditor (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB20 October 2018
not at all a great place to work too much stress less pay no proper management too much stress long hours and less pay . there are better company outside
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World's worst place to work at
I WORKED THERE FOR 5YEARS (Former Employee) –  AIRPORT DELTA MARRIOTT21 September 2018
THE MANAGERS ONLY LIKE MOSLEM,
HR IS very HOT TEMPER
VERY HARD TO TO STAY
ALL SHORT TEMPERS.
EVERYDAY they are hiring WHY....?
BECAUSE they are firing people for no reason.
Workers are hired for part-time with low pays and
Asking workers to work full-time hours for less money and no benifit.
DO you want work and no future.
PLEASE try to understand. Good jobs are very hard to find these day.
Cons
No future
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Maintenance worker: terrible manager, terrible pay
Preventative maintenance worker (Former Employee) –  Minett, ON20 September 2018
The manager consistently lied, no team morale, low pay. Constantly expected to do more and more with no extra compensation. Expected to work during holidays. Overall a terrible place to work. Do not recommend
Pros
Nothing
Cons
Everything
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Good restaurant
Demi-chef de parti (Former Employee) –  Montreal29 August 2018
Make it simple, but good ! Lots of customers in banquets and the restaurant for a small amount of cook/chef. So , there is no really fancy plate, but still good food !
Pros
Free food
Cons
Long hours
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5.0
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Nice work .it's depends on business
Waiter (Current Employee) –  QATAR13 August 2018
Working hours is 9 hours. In a month 4 off days. Management is taking care of staff.medical is free also management pay of medical expenses...I have learned many thin5 as leadership qualities. Department give traning to fill your next steps.
Pros
Working hours only
Cons
9 hours
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5.0
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four points
HouseKeeper (Former Employee) –  5505 Airport Way, Kelowna, BC V1V 3C310 August 2018
best job i ever had, as well as the easiest. sometimes it would be a little stressful because when cleaning rooms, you never know the severity of it until you're in said rooms, so time management is very important. with that being said, after you got the hang of it 9/10 you'd finish your list of rooms early and would get to go home if they didn't have anything else for you to do. which in itself is a blessing and a curse because leaving early reflects on your paycheque but you also get an early day. i left because of that reason, and also because i had lived on the other side of town and bussing isn't ideal.
Pros
beer tips, money tips, good benefits
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Productive and fun workplace
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON16 July 2018
-with experience, the job becomes easy over time
-acquired exceptional customer service and time management skills
-great people, and amazing benefits
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Very productive work place
Food and Beverage Server (Former Employee) –  Ahamedabad21 June 2018
This was my first job after i finished my study and it was a good move for me.
I started to learn my work from scratch.
Wonderful collegues to work with.
Pros
Free food for staf in cafeteria
Cons
Not enough pay
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Worst Place I have ever worked
Sales Manager (Current Employee) –  Regina, SK4 June 2018
The sales managers get screamed at by the bosses for even breathing wrong, raises were never properly administered, terrible work environment. HR never did anything about staff complaints
Pros
Free lunch
Cons
everything else
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4.0
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pruductive and fun
Food Server (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON15 May 2018
I have fun and interesting job and the hotel because we meet
a different nationality
I have extra income everyday given by guest like tips or gratitude
we have discounted in every HOTEL
Pros
free lunch
Cons
long hrs
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good company benefit
Bistro Server (Current Employee) –  Markham, ON5 May 2018
good starting point to gain experience
i gained so much knowledge about kitchen
i was able to learned how supervise and managed people
must have flexible hours
Pros
hotel discount
Cons
no permanent schedule
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4.0
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Decent summer job
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) –  Niagara Falls, ON12 April 2018
Staff were friendly, received minimum wage, they were flexible with hours, overall it was juts a summer job but it wasn't a bad place to work. Good intro into customer service industry.
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Great team environment
Revenue Management Analyst (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON4 April 2018
Great place for learning and development for professional as well as interpersonal skills. Fantastic company with a huge portfolio of job opportunities and benefits.
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Don't work here
Houseman (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB20 March 2018
They will overwork you if you give them the chance. It is not uncommon that they have people working 6 or more days straight. That being said, you won't get any over time, they structure your hours so you could work 8 days straight, and not receive any over time.
They are willing to cross train people in different departments. That being said if you have received a raise or 2 in one department, when you start working in a different department, your raises are void and you will start at the starting wage of the position you are working in. So if you are working $16 as a houseman, if you are getting cross trained as a bellman, your wage when working a bellman shift will be $14.50. They also don't mention that to you unless you bring it up.
There are many more problems with this company and the way they treat their employees.
Cons
Overworked, little room for advancement, will screw you over if possible
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Like returning to High school, position is a filler job until something else presents itself
Call Centre Agent (Current Employee) –  St. Thomas, ON19 March 2018
you are on the phones 8 hours
benefits were taken from us
job was $3.00/hr above min wage is now a minimum wage job
tell you you must earn incentive pay or your not doing your job
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Okay place, but not great for advancement
Housekeeping (Current Employee) –  Niagara Falls, ON15 March 2018
Wages are average, and the scheduling is okay. Flexible with giving you certain days off if needed.
Not good for advancement. They do not seem to appreciate employees, and are in some ways gender discriminating.
Pros
Free coffee and Tea, sometimes food.
Cons
Inter-department drama.
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