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1 day ago

Housekeeping Supervisor – new

OTO Development Washington, DC

ยท Training and coaching housekeeping staff in specific cleaning and room placement job tasks and in completion of daily schedules. Conducts new… Glassdoor


9 hrs ago

House Attendant – new

OTO Development Fort Washington, MD

The House Attendant delivers a welcome to guests by cleaning hotel corridors, landings, stairs, delivering supplies to housekeeping associates… Glassdoor


9 hrs ago

Front Desk Team Member – new

OTO Development Herndon, VA +2 locations

The Front Desk Team Member ensures that hotel guests receive hospitable and responsive service at check-in, during the stay, and upon departure… Glassdoor


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    OTO development is one of the worst companies to work for!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous
    Current Employee - Anonymous

    I have been working at OTO Development full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    I can honestly say the best thing about working for an OTO Hotel (Hyatt Place) would be our guests. Nothing else!

    Cons

    management is crap! They don't care about their workers which is front desk, housekeeping, Houseman, maintenance, everyone! We don't have human resource on site, there's a lot of favoritism, discrimination and no type of recognition. Not one thank you! The general manager is a nice guy but does not know one thing about working for this hotel which makes it difficult for the actual assistant manager to do his job because he has to do the general managers job as well! Since the assistant manager can't do his job we have to do his job plus our job plus everyone else isn't doing their job because management can't discipline. Another thing is that every time you try to talk to the general manager or assistant manager about a problem they can't help you or they have an attitude. It seems like the front desk is running the hotel and for the crappy pay they give us, it's to much work. Even guests complain about management and instead of OTO looking into it, they do NOTHING! I can keep on going on how HORRIBLE it is to work for this company but it would be a never ending story. They are waiting for a lawsuit to get them!

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    My advice to management would be to ACTUALLY MANAGE! Appreciate your employees and MAYBE then you will have a successful hotel and make way more money with happy employees.

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