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22 days ago

Reception Supervisor

Hilton Worldwide Aberdeen, Scotland

The DoubleTree by Hilton, Aberdeen City Centre, is located by the beach front yet still within a half mile of the city centre. The hotel offers the… Hilton Worldwide


7 days ago

Student Summer Work Program (Hilton Aberdeen Treetops)

Hilton Worldwide Aberdeen, Scotland

Our paid Student Summer Work Programme will run from the end of June to around start of September and the successful applicants will have the… Hilton Worldwide


2 days ago

Kitchen Steward – new

Hilton Worldwide Aberdeen, Scotland

If you know what it feels like to succeed and you can perform on an award-winning team, you may be just the person we are looking for to work as a… Hilton Worldwide


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Hilton Worldwide President and CEO Christopher Nassetta
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    Very poor especially when compared to other similar employers

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    Former Employee - Conference and Events Sales Executive in Aberdeen, Scotland (UK)
    Former Employee - Conference and Events Sales Executive in Aberdeen, Scotland (UK)

    I worked at Hilton Worldwide full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Working for a well known brand looks great on the CV, benefits and the people were great, however the benefits could be difficult to access.

    Cons

    Lack of support, high expectations and lack of communication from senior management when there are problems. Size of a very inexperienced team halved then they wondered why standards slipped after offering little - no support, then making a fairly junior member of staff responsible for it all without supporting her in improving. Working so many hours on such a poor salary meant that by going over salaried wage (40 hours) by just 5 hours a week dropped salary below minimum wage threshold - 50 hour weeks were not unusual. Agreed lieu time was then difficult to redeem due to workload.

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    More consistency across the brand - having worked for 2 Hilton brands and having polar opposite experiences shows a lot.

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