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4 days ago

Food and Beverage Management Trainee - InterContinental

IHG San Francisco, CA

This role is a supervised on-the-job training program which typically involves the focusing on one particular area/department to learn all aspects of… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

In Room Dining Manager - InterContinental

IHG San Francisco, CA

In this role you will supervise the activities of shifts of room service staff and make sure all staff are properly trained, and certified if… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Human Resources Manager - Crowne Plaza - San Jose/Silicon Valley – new

IHG Milpitas, CA

you assist in administration of programs and events to foster a positive work environment for all employees and support and administer the employee… Beyond.com


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    Loved it for a long time but changed departments and now miserable

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    Current Employee - Back of the House - Management in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Back of the House - Management in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at InterContinental Hotels Group

    Pros

    People are friendly, generally great team spirit. Some members of the Executive team are inspiring. Others are irratic. Good community outreach/involvement

    Cons

    Micromanagement of competent employees while they look the other way with lousy employees. Massive abuse of time off and calling out sick (well beyond amount of time that is offered in benefits package) with no consequences. Then the work falls on the shoulders of people who actually show up on time, when they are scheduled. Worked at the new hotel and then the Mark and it's much nicer work environment at the older property.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Crack down on abuse of time off by employees who have no PTO or Vacation days. It's rampant and although it saves the dept money in the form of unpaid days off, you're killing those of us who actually only take time that's in our PTO or vacation bank.

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