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13 days ago

IT Business Analyst - Quality Assurance

Best Western International Phoenix, AZ

As our Phoenix-based IT Business Analyst, you will be responsible for the quality of the product that we deliver to market. At a minimum, you will… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Manager IT, Database Administration

Best Western International Phoenix, AZ

Are you a skilled database professional with management experience seeking to take your career to the next level? If so, the Senior Manager IT… Glassdoor


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Best Western President and CEO David T. Kong
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    The TRUTH about Best Western's Headquarters

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at Best Western full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Beats the unemployment line - but just barely

    Cons

    Employees are treated like garbage - its true. The CEO and HR seem to pride themselves on cutting costs at the employees expense, creating poor morale, and daring anyone to speak up about it.

    Fact - in the three years I've been with BW I have made less money every year due to benefits being cut, health premiums going way up, and a yearly "raise" that equates to less than CPI.

    It's true what has been said in a previous review that the executive enjoy a Cadillac health plan while continuing to screw their employees on benefits. Their excuse is Obamacare as if we're too stupid to understand the law or its implications. SHAME ON BEST WESTERN.

    Fact - any 5 star review on this site has been put their by BWs HR staff. If you are truly interested in considering BW as a place to work I strongly suggest you reach out to a current or former employee for the truth.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You should ashamed of the way you treat your employees. A loyal engaged workforce is earned and will pay dividends to the membership. Don't treat employees as second class citizens who should be thankful simply to have a job - that's how unions are formed.

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