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13 hrs ago

Front Desk Agent – new

Davidson Hotel & Resorts Memphis, TN

The Front Desk Clerk will organize, confirm, process, and conduct all guest check-ins/check-outs, room reservations, requests, changes, and… Davidson Hotel & Resorts

2 days ago

Hotel Manager FB – new

Davidson Hotel & Resorts Memphis, TN

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Davidson Hotels & Resorts President and CEO John A. Belden
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  • Sorely disappointed with all the unkept promises.

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    Former Employee - Guest Services in Memphis, TN
    Former Employee - Guest Services in Memphis, TN

    I worked at Davidson Hotels & Resorts full-time (more than 3 years)


    The benefits program was great, good health, dental and vision insurance and higher than average PTO accumulation.


    Incompetent managers who would much rather take credit for an employees work than do the work themselves.

    An environment that allows malicious gossip and harassment between employees with no reprecussions.

    Upper management and corporate seems to be out of touch with the hourly associates.

    Management does not listen to the hourly associates and there has been no visible changes to the hotel.

    Profit driven instead of services driven. Over the winter when the hotel was slow, housekeeping had their hours cut to the bare bone putting a lot of full time status employees at risk. Now that peak season is running the housekeepers are struggling under the burden of the tasks that could have been done over the winter and the actual work necessary for current guests.

    The middle and lower management at this company discouraged cross training among the different departments.

    This particular set of managers brought in outside candidates to fill positions when there were qualified internal candidates available.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire managers that are actually competent. Listen to the hourly associates they are the ones on the front lines. Give the hourly employees proper tools to do their jobs. If you give people the training and allow them to grow then perhaps you will get a better quality of employee. Sweeping internal problems under the rug instead of actually addressing them or even allowing the lower and middle management to do that kills morale. Working at this hotel was a nightmare.

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