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27 days ago

General Manager IX-Fort Lauderdale Airport

Delaware North Companies Fort Lauderdale, FL

The Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport serves millions of travelers from all over the world. Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality… Delaware North Companies


4 days ago

Assistant Restaurant Manager- Ft.Lauderdale Airport-Casavana

Delaware North Companies Fort Lauderdale, FL

The Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport serves millions of travelers from all over the world. Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality… Delaware North Companies


3 days ago

Assistant Restaurant Manager- Fort Lauderdale Airport-Kalik

Delaware North Companies Fort Lauderdale, FL

The Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport serves millions of travelers from all over the world. Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality… Delaware North Companies


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Delaware North Companies Chairman & CEO Jeremy M. Jacobs
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    Good benefits. Bad upper management

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    Former Employee - Bartender  in  Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Former Employee - Bartender in Fort Lauderdale, FL

    I worked at Delaware North Companies full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Good work/life balance as long as you're not a supervisor or higher (company is strict on overtime). Most of lower management was easy to work with as long as you did your job, and many were/are good supervisors. Above average pay for tipped employees. Decent benefits package. Had few problems with payroll and they were usually corrected quickly, as long as you pursued the matter.

    Cons

    Upper management likes to micro-manage, and rarely asks for employee input. Some lower management had no clue what they were doing and made things worse for the employees that did. Below average wages for non-tipped employees. Poor communication throughout the company. To get even simple things taken care of you had to doggedly pursue the matter.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't just say you'll listen to your employees and take their suggestions into consideration; actually listen to what they say and provide more forums for them to provide input. Put more time and attention into who you hire in the first place, and who you promote to management. Provide higher compensation all around so that you attract better hourly employees and management.

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