Banquet server (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 February 2019
Just serving guests with enthusiasm, I have learned a lot like cooperation, being able to the work in a fast phase etc, Hardest part of the job is doing things physically (very tiring) Most enjoyable part is be able to work with a lot of fun people.
sometimes free food
short hours especially low season for I am only casual. pretty long time to grow
Sales and services (Current Employee) – St. Thomas, ON – 28 December 2018
They try hard but they aren't fixing the problems there all there doing is covering it up. Its painful to sit in a chair all day and asking for help. Don't bothet all they do is hang up and tell you to figure it out. Not worth it.
Guest Services Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 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
Cleaner/Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Kent st, Ottawa – 1 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.
Lunch and dinner supplied. Staff incentives, gifts for good work, etc.
Amazing culture and support system, dependant on location
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 22 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.
I WORKED THERE FOR 5YEARS (Former Employee) – AIRPORT DELTA MARRIOTT – 21 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.
Preventative maintenance worker (Former Employee) – Minett, ON – 20 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
Waiter (Current Employee) – QATAR – 13 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.
HouseKeeper (Former Employee) – 5505 Airport Way, Kelowna, BC V1V 3C3 – 10 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.