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2 days ago

Director of Operations – new

Trust Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

Direct and coordinate the Rooms Division. Carry out all policies and prepare… HCareers

3 days ago

Director of Sales – new

Trust Hospitality Miami Beach, FL +2 locations

- Develop and maintain relationships with key clients in order to produce group and/or convention business, to include room sales, F&B sales and… HCareers

24 days ago

Chief Engineer

Trust Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

- Verify completion of all routine maintenance on public spaces, meeting rooms, ballrooms, outlets, back of the house spaces, and grounds. Verify… HCareers

18 days ago

Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Trust Hospitality Coral Gables, FL

1. Direct and coordinate company sales and marketing functions. 2. Develop and coordinate sales selling cycle and methodology. 3. Direct and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Vice President of Development

Trust Hospitality Bogotá

include The Vice President of Acquisitions & Development will be a key member of the senior management team that grows B3 Hotels Hotels’ portfolio… Glassdoor

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    Area Director of Revenue Management

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    Former Employee - Area Director of Revenue Management  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Area Director of Revenue Management in New York, NY

    I worked at Hersha Hospitality full-time for more than a year


    best reasons to work here...none


    Corporate office is unorganized and does not know anything about managing people much less hotels. They are a law suit waiting to happen. Never have I seen managers act in such a manner that is despairingly illegal. HR and VP's are a joke! This company is the worst I have ever seen or been anywhere near! I would not let my worst enemy work here! The managers at their hotels are hostile and demeaning to their employees as well as people in the corporate office. The VP's in the Philadelphia office are also demeaning to the employees. There is no communication, no morale report with the managers. This is a sweat shop for hotel workers. The door is constantly revolving!

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    This company needs to get real managers. People who know how to actually manage others and keep morale up. They need to learn how to be a real company! Buying dozens of hotels doesn't make you a good company, it is the employees that you have who stay- no one stays here...says a lot about the company!

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