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7 days ago

Assistant Beverage Manager

Hyatt Koloa, HI

This person may be responsible for all beverage service within the hotel. Responsibilities may include managing employees, training, forecasting and… Hyatt

7 days ago

Assistant Banquet Manager

Hyatt Koloa, HI

• A true desire to satisfy the needs of others in a fast paced environment. • Refined verbal communication skills • Ability to stand for long… Hyatt

21 days ago

Server - Poipu Bay Clubhouse - Temporary

Hyatt Koloa, HI

At Hyatt, we believe our guests select Hyatt because of our caring and attentive associates who are focused on providing authentic hospitality and… Hyatt

7 days ago

Camp Hyatt Attendant - Temporary

Hyatt Koloa, HI

The Camp Hyatt Attendant will be responsible for daily activities with children. This person must have good communication skills and enjoy working in… Hyatt

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    Meh... ok for a short term job not what I would personally consider long term Career...

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    Former Employee - Security Officer  in  Koloa, HI
    Former Employee - Security Officer in Koloa, HI

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


    Good pay, everyone is friendly because they get paid to be. The values seem to be in the right place but in reality it's the middle/lower class serving the upper class and there's a certain sense of envy/hostility which is normal in those circumstances.


    Gossip, gossip, gossip, seems like everyone thinks the other department has it out for them. Some of the management has a hard time building rapport with customers and employees alike and are very impersonable. It's very much who you know and not what you know. I was a 4yr college grad working for a guy that dropped out of highschool and couldn't spell high school. Under qualified workers being promoted into positions that they can not possibly grow into or are even right for. Very good pay for a younger person but I couldn't see supporting a family on it.

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    Less micromanagement, more opportunities for people with higher education.

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