Rosewood Hotels and Resorts Careers and Employment
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$25m to $100m (CAD)
- IndustryHotel & Travel Accommodation
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Employee in Vancouver, BC
on 2 November 2020
High Stress Environment
Working within the company became incredibly stressful after the new Managing Director came on board. Very high demands and expectations, with very little to absolutely no positive encouragement to perform well.It was a, "Do as I say, NOT as I do" environment, where managers from different departments were pressured from upper management, to force the workers to work harder for less reward.
Hostess in Vancouver, BC
on 7 March 2021
Poor Management, Burned Out, Toxic
Managers don’t look happy. The girl with the same position as me and training me was honestly the worst person I’ve met in my life. She will make you feel bad for any mistakes if she doesn’t like you. I’ve mentioned it to HR when I left but nothing much was said to me. Guests can be rude and managers don’t do anything about it. I’ve seen servers get treated horribly on a daily basis. I feel bad for those servers. Bad work culture with management and higher up who don’t care about your well being at all. You will burn out easily and the work environment isn’t fun at all. Free meals during your shift but that’s about it.
Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 17 October 2020
Stressful, dishonest and unprofessional environment
Very challenging work environment! Inexperienced leadership with no vision at all! Terrible culture and very little communication from the top. No transparency with staff! Micro management to its fullest! The finance team is a disaster with a very inexperienced director! Respect means nothing in this organization! Don’t waste your time!
Cook in Vancouver, BC
on 20 June 2020
Toxic work culture
Amazing pay. You get what they give you, amazing pay. And when they don't need you, they dispose you. All staff care about was money and seniority due to it being a union hotel. And senior staff do much less or no work because they can and management never does anything about their issues. There is absolutely no point of having a manager on duty. The staff are running the show.
Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 12 June 2020
Ultra Luxury Collection That Needs to Work on the Culture
The properties are beautiful and the level of service at the majority is on another level. There are some really good perks and you feel proud working for the brand. That said, generally the work/life balance is completely off and a lot of the properties are not progressive. HR says all of the right things and the company wants them to be at the level of Four Seasons (a little too much in everything they do) but does not practice what they preach. I have seen and heard of a lot of promises made but there is a reason why so many of the staff have left - they feel undervalued and really underpaid. There are definitely some success stories but those few don't make up for the 100s that fall to the waistside
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