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24 days ago

Food and Beverage Manager in Training

Four Seasons Westlake Village, Los Angeles, CA

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Select, train, evaluate, lead, motivate, coach, and discipline all employees in the Stewarding Department to ensure that… Glassdoor

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    Great Company to work for.

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    Former Employee - Guest Services in Palm Beach, FL
    Former Employee - Guest Services in Palm Beach, FL

    I worked at Four Seasons full-time (more than 5 years)


    Great Benefits, employee cafeteria, uniforms are laundered and provided and generally a great work environment. They really make the employees feel wanted and retain a great number. I really enjoyed working there.


    The reason that I left was the hours. I was never on a regular schedule, some weeks I would work 3 different shifts in the same week. For instance on a Monday I may work 7AM - 3PM, Tuesday 3PM - 11PM, Wednesday 3PM - 11PM, Off Thursday, Friday 11PM - 7AM, Sat 11PM - 7AM, Sunday off. It just was really hard to deal with the sleep deprivation. The other con would be working weekends, nights and every holiday. It get's old when you can't spend time at the holiday's with your family.

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    When you hire Managers fresh out of college, their heads tend to swell really big, really fast. Keep them humble by letting them work in the trenches a lot more during their first years with the company.

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