Ramada Worldwide
Happiness score is 65 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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6 questions about Working Culture at Ramada Worldwide
Toxic environment
Answered 20 June 2017
Fast paced, busy.
Answered 24 October 2018
You wouldnt want to work here. Turnover is extremely high and cooperation does't exist. Good chance you will get sick there as well.
Answered 27 January 2018
respect, loyal & eccountability
Answered 28 November 2017
Free lunches and flexible hours.
Answered 30 April 2017
Lack of communication, basic work ethic, human empathyBeing overworked and still not being able to fully pay for necessities without supportCustomers complaining that the rooms are constantly dirty, even though this position has nothing to do with the status of roomsGaslighting from other employees discouraging the idea of quitting because "it's so stressful here already, we need the people"Not being able to take more than a day off during a week full of shifts throughout passing monthsFeelings of inadequacy, not trusting anyone with having questions answered, not being able to talk to the GM about days off without getting looked at like I have two heads
Answered 15 July 2021
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