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Island Hospitality Sunnyvale, CA

Our company is nationally recognized for its ability to successfully improve a property's bottom line through P&L controls and standards. While… HCareers

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Operations Manager (Hyatt House

Island Hospitality Belmont, CA

and Duties: Create and nurture a hotel environment that emphasizes motivation, empowerment, teamwork and a passion for providing service. Be readily… Glassdoor

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Jeffrey Fisher
8 Ratings

    Fear, threats, and intimidation

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    Former Employee - General Manager

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


    Some very good people at the property level, who care about doing a good job, working hard, and serving the guest.


    First rule, it is all about how much money can be returned to the investors and CEO before anything. When in doubt, remember that. A strong wage can be negotiated by management, but Island views this as the price for your soul. They preach work-life balance, but fail to stand behind it. The mindset is that if they pay you, they can yell, threaten, bully and manage you in any way they want. Corporate office fails to support the hotels in the manner that hotels support guests. Hotels are expected to go the extra mile for guests, but corporate is more than happy to violate local employment or health laws rather than support their hotels and teams. It is not a team environment at all. Some Regionals manage by bullying and threatening jobs. Calling for questions and support is regularly met with impatience, sighing, and not actually listening. Micromanagement is the order of business from corporate to the field. This is a very political environment, where Corporate, Regionals, and REIT staff play favorites and spend more time covering their own tails rather than spend actual time working with field staff either to assist or educate. Effectively everyone at corporate operates in fear of the CEO and his partners and that translates all the way down the hill. Sadly, this company has lost many more good people than it has retained, no matter how many hotels they manage. Turnover is rampant in this company. Simply put, see the first sentence of this section.

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