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Chef de Partie - InterContinental

InterContinental Hotels Group Adelaide

Working closely with our Sous Chef, Chef de Cuisine and Executive Chef, you will be responsible for assisting in the daily operations of our vast… InterContinental Hotels Group

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Assistant Outlets Manager (550057)-InterContinental Yorkville – new

InterContinental Hotels Group Toronto

ยท Create innovative programs and promotions to marketspecial menu items, increase sales, and increase guest patronage. Assist in the development and… InterContinental Hotels Group

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    great benefits, but be prepared to see friends of management get promoted or learn to suck up

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    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at InterContinental Hotels Group full-time (more than 3 years)


    Benefits are great. Health insurance, vacation time, personal time, bereavement time, seasonal parties, education assistance.


    The only people who seem to get promoted are friends with management or young kids that have learned the art of sucking up to managers.
    Commission doesn't pay out much. You're lucky to get $100 extra. if your in the high end IC market it ends up paying much less. Advise- stay in VOICE department. You'll make more.

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    Consider looking at employees who have stuck with the company for some years for promotion. The fact you move brand new employees that are young kids to management or trainers is a slap in the face for long term employees looking to move up in a company that they've been loyal to for so long.

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