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5 days ago

Lead Gallery Host (Guest Service Agent)

Hyatt Lombard, IL +3 locations

The Lead Gallery Host creates an experience for our hotel guests by offering them a larger than home experience with welcoming, helpful and… Hyatt


16 days ago

Event Sales Manager

Hyatt Washington, DC +6 locations

Hyatt associates work in an environment that demands exceptional performance yet reaps great rewards… Hyatt


2 days ago

VIP Host Full Time – new

Hyatt San Antonio, TX

Although all Hyatt guests should receive the highest possible standard of service and comfort, extra special attention should be given to VIP guests… Hyatt


16 hrs ago

Event Sales Coordinator – new

Hyatt Chicago, IL

Hyatt associates work in an environment that demands exceptional performance yet reaps great rewards. Whether it’s career… Hyatt


30+ days ago

Meeting and Events Manager

Hyatt New York, NY

The Meeting and Events Manager also host hotel tours, maintain strong customer relationships, participate and may lead event meetings and other staff… Hyatt


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    Hyatt Austin

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    Current Employee - Catering Administrative Assistant in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Catering Administrative Assistant in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Hyatt full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    True sense of team work/family, health benefits, complimentary rooms at other Hyatt properties, growth from within, open door policy, annual training, team building retreats

    Cons

    People will say that Hyatt underpays to make up for their awesome benefits, which I can see. The issue is the work load placed on hourly associates for the amount they are paid. I wouldn't be asking for more money on top of my benefits because I just want more money, my argument is that I am doing essentially the same work as your manager but getting literally half the pay. I love the trust and responsibility, but I feel I should be getting paid for the work I'm doing. Training could also use some attention as well.

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    Fair Pay.

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