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Director of Food and Beverage - Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Changchun

• Good operational, administrative and interpersonal skills are a must. • Preopening experience would be an… Hyatt

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Hyatt President and CEO Mark S. Hoplamazian
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    Opportunity for the clique.

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    Former Employee - Assistant Banquet Manager
    Former Employee - Assistant Banquet Manager

    I worked at Hyatt full-time for more than a year


    There are a lot of opportunities for the right people in the right hotels. If you are lucky enough to have a great director, you can learn a lot from them and they will help you to move along with your career. There is also the ability to move throughout brands and advance through several hotels in the area, but there is little ability to promote within a hotel until people move on. Each transfer and lateral promotion also receives a raise.


    In my hotel, the leadership committee was very much a clique who favored and promoted those who they liked most, not always on merit. It's unfortunate that this sometimes meant people were pushed out who would have otherwise had great potential. Other downsides include poor work/life balance and long hours. Some managerial positions are hourly and the business flow sometimes means that managers are only making $900 every two weeks. There are a lot of people playing the corporate game and so much of performance is based on your name being mentioned in customer surveys.

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    The company values are great and in place. Some managers have misplaced conception of time management and prioritization; some department heads have become detached from the operation and forget what running an operation actually takes.

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