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16 days ago

Assistant Food and Beverage Director

Hyatt Washington, DC

The Assistant Director of Food and Beverage is responsible for overseeing and… Hyatt

21 days ago

Purchasing Clerk

Hyatt New York, NY

Assist hotel staff from other departments with creating Purchase Orders to ensure proper processing of deliveries and invoices. Assist Purchasing… Hyatt

12 days ago

Lead Steward/Dishwasher

Hyatt US-TX-DFW Airport

The Lead Steward will lead the Stewarding Team and assist the Restaurant Outlets and Director of Food and Beverage in food service, cleaning and… Hyatt

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    I worked at Hyatt full-time (more than an year)


    lots of down time
    hotel discounts
    office culture
    meeting new people
    laid back vibe--you're able to have half an hour to an hour conversations with guests or each other about personal/general topics
    management is able and sometimes willing to help with the front desk with behind the scene duties (i.e. any kitchen duties, check ins, drives, some clean up)
    hours can increase with call ins
    no repercussions for coming in 10-30 mins late (for mgt & front of office staff)
    voluntary or mandatory meetings for all staff do not affect your work dedication (time conflicts excuse you)


    franchises do not offer free nights
    no opportunities for advancement unless a coworker leaves the spot
    long work duties that don't get completed so it filters down to next shift (excuses made to explain incomplete work)
    work hostility; half of the management expected you to be friends during work hours
    too many worker complaints from some coworkers during work hours
    poor management (i.e. ask for a work manual and they forget all about getting it for you)
    budget management is poor, work parties cost hundreds of dollars while bonuses come out as way less
    if you miss a work meeting, management does not do a good job of filling in what you missed; or at all
    work is not evenly divided due to coworkers' personal preferences to not do some duties

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    try to be accessible to staff when you're supposed to be on call at all times instead of relaying it to other managers when the issue is specifically addressed to you

    create a better work-life balance (not all coworkers need to know or be informed to ask other coworkers personal information)

    do not depend on texts to relay information that require more communication

    be a better example in the work environment by being punctual, informed, and professional

    do not abuse you power

    if you notice an imbalance in work, please address the issue before the staff creates a poor work environment

    do not enforce extra cleaning projects only on dates before Hyatt representatives arrive; the duties should always be a duty attended to on a periodic basis instead of a need to get to basis when someone important is coming (there is lots of down time everyday)

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