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8 days ago

Restaurant Server

Hilton Worldwide Burlingame, CA

DoubleTree by Hilton understands that doing the little things well means everything. It all starts with a warm chocolate chip cookie welcome. And… Hilton Worldwide


27 days ago

Banquet Server (On Call)

Hilton Worldwide Burlingame, CA

DoubleTree by Hilton understands that doing the little things well means everything. It all starts with a warm chocolate chip cookie welcome. And… Hilton Worldwide


7 days ago

Busperson (Part Time)

Hilton Worldwide Burlingame, CA

Embassy Suites by Hilton has perfected the full-service, upscale, all-suite hotel. Built on a long-standing legacy that is both inviting and… Hilton Worldwide


8 days ago

Janitorial Services

Hilton Worldwide Milpitas, CA

Embassy Suites by Hilton has perfected the full-service, upscale, all-suite hotel. Built on a long-standing legacy that is both inviting and… Hilton Worldwide


8 days ago

Night Cleaner (Part-time)

Hilton Worldwide Milpitas, CA

Embassy Suites by Hilton has perfected the full-service, upscale, all-suite hotel. Built on a long-standing legacy that is both inviting and… Hilton Worldwide


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Hilton Worldwide President and CEO Christopher Nassetta
Christopher Nassetta
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    Change is happening and the flexible will survive.

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    Current Employee - Director in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Director in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Hilton Worldwide

    Pros

    Hilton is in tranformation mode as the company tries to shake off it's former image of traditional big boxes in major cities to being a world class hospitality company. But at it's roots are the Team Members who make the hotels great. Each day, throughout the country i am proud to be part of the team that delivers exceptional service to our guests.

    While operations and deliverables to our guests have changed and continue to change with Blackstone's leadership, the heart of our hotels are still alive and doing our best for the guests. The future for HIlton remains strong and the promise of Blackstone's ownership is the core of that promise. We have grown our Waldorf=Astoria collection by over 10 properties and ownership is going to focus on our nameplate brand HILTON more than Hampton, Homewood, Embassy and Doubletree.

    In the long run we do have a great 401 K, Health, Life and Dental benefits that are above average and PTO which we all love!

    Learning and Professional Development and Brand Management have been turning out the training and support materials to do a better job so while we are in turmiol as an organization, we are still the best hospitality company in the world.

    Cons

    CUTS CUT AND CUTS... it is tough with the layoffs and cutbacks. Team Member events were scaled back and 2009. And the layoffs is worrysome. Not only at the properties as less of us will have to do more but also in Beverly Hills and Memphis... We are told that only 1000 or so will be moving to DC or Memphis when we close HQ in Beverly Hills. We have some great friends in those locations and they will be missed.

    Finally the Blackstone involvement in the company. This is Chris Nasetta's company to run all the other players in Blackstone need to step back and let Chris run the show. He has quickly taken the time to learn and understand the culture, he is moving the culture into the direction it needs to go in, and we need less of these fly by high price executives coming in and throwing in a new direction that doesnt necessarily work

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Show some respect for your operatives. We are not idiots who don't know how to run your company, we want to fulfil your vision but you need to communicate to us what that vision is. The company is scared, it is up to you as leaders to reassure we will get through the downturn and the deliver on the vision.

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