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20 days ago

Hotel Manager

The Kahala Hotel & Resort Honolulu, HI

Basic Job Function: Responsible for the overall operation of the resort including Rooms, Spa, Engineering and Security Divisions. Provides leadership… HCareers


9 days ago

Director of Engineering

The Kahala Hotel & Resort Honolulu, HI

Basic Job Function: Responsible for the maintenance and repair of the hotel buildings, grounds and contents, and for the efficient and safe operation… HCareers


30+ days ago

Front Service Manager

The Kahala Hotel & Resort Honolulu, HI

Ensure the efficient operation of the Front Services, including hotel transportation, and the parking garage. Ensure there is proper reception of… HCareers


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    Oppressive management makes for a bad work environment. Employees are tired of the status quo and guests sense it.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Honolulu, HI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Honolulu, HI

    I have been working at Kahala Hotel & Resort

    Pros

    It is a job. That should count for something in this very bad economy. You get a free meal, free medical insurance for the employees and their dependants. You get to meet a lot of celebrities.

    Cons

    According to some of the people that worked there during previous management it used to be a great place to work. The working environment now is reminiscent of some of the horror stories I have heard about how Wal-Mart treats their employees. The employees are the ones that make the Resort the best place to stay in Hawaii.

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    But what the management is essentially doing is taking away the warm personality of the employees and make them abide by certain standards that they think is what the guest are looking. I think company standards should be treated as par for the course. The personal touch is what gets the guest to come back. I have heard many return guests complaining and some employees are just bitter. Change the way you treat your employees. Make them want to come to work. With the way things are going now most of the employees come to work just because it is a stable job. The Resort is not a factory....we are part of the hospitality industry and we should act as such.

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