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Doubletree Corporation President and CEO, Hilton Hotels Chris Nassetta
Chris Nassetta
15 Ratings

    Good but, needs a lot to improve

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    Former Employee - Catering Sales Manager and Wedding Coordinator  in  San Antonio, TX
    Former Employee - Catering Sales Manager and Wedding Coordinator in San Antonio, TX

    I worked at Doubletree Corporation


    They money is decent, the cookies are good and you'll learn a lot.


    The company it self has great morals but, management ruins it. The hours are some of the longest I've ever had (50-60+) which I was fine with but, GOD forbid you have a family emergency or become ill. Upper management always had a bad attitude toward time off yet they would take as much as they needed. Being a catering manager requires a lot of time and you need to have an extremely flexible schedule. I was the only one in my office that was not married or had children and I don't recommend it to anyone who has a family. YOU'LL NEVER SEE THEM AGAIN!

    Another thing that was very off putting was the fact we were always cutting back on jobs and money in areas that were essential to keep the integrity of the hotel. I cant sell a trashy hotel nor do I want to. Cutting back on labor in housekeeping and maintenance is always a bad idea and I feel that every one, including the guests, noticed.

    Biggest thing to note is DO NOT EXPECT HELP. If you have a problem, yeah...we'll talk about it but, don't expect a resolution.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop cutting back on the essentials and listen to your employees when the ask for help.

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