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6 days ago

Accounting Manager

Commune Hotels + Resorts San Francisco, CA

We are an international hotel management company with a leading portfolio of transformative, boldly innovative boutique hotels and resorts. We create… HCareers


6 days ago

Assistant Operations Manager

Commune Hotels + Resorts San Francisco, CA

We are an international hotel management company with a leading portfolio of transformative, boldly innovative boutique hotels and resorts. We create… HCareers


6 days ago

Front Office Manager

Commune Hotels + Resorts San Francisco, CA

We are an international hotel management company with a leading portfolio of transformative, boldly innovative boutique hotels and resorts. We create… HCareers


Joie de Vivre Reviews

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    Focused on Expansion, Not Necessarily the Current Situation

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Joie de Vivre full-time

    Pros

    Good company values (at least in theory), nice office space, nice co-workers (for the most part), good work/life balance, decent benefits, exciting company growth plans

    Cons

    Too focused on opening the next hotel instead of what is currently actually going on, still scrambling to recover from turnover and instability following Thompson merger, disorganization, lack of training program and formal on-boarding process, department management not supportive and seem to be more focused on covering themselves, cliques

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus more on organizing the company and supporting employees instead of what is next

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