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General Manager

McKibbon Hotels Albany, NY

As a key member of the property leadership team, the General Manager has influence and accountability for the total operation of the property… CareerBuilder


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    False promises and lack of respect towards employees and middle management.

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    Former Employee - Lodge Attendant
    Former Employee - Lodge Attendant

    I worked at McKibbon Hotel Group part-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I would leave this section blank, but there is a twenty word minimum. There truly are no aspects of this company I experienced over the years I was employed that make it stand out as being a decent place to work.

    Cons

    For an hourly employee, you are better off working at walmart. There are only a few benefits offered, and those only become available if you average thirty hours per week over a year. Their business model is to keep hourly associates under thirty hours. A 1-3% raise is offered yearly, and you may have to beg for the yearly review to even be conducted. They would rather you forget about it. Management is unorganized and inconsistent with policies. You may be encouraged to bypass health and safety violations to reduce waste or maintain a budget. Hard workers are held in the same position and go unappreciated while bad workers are not penalized when they should be.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Corporate- keep in touch with the environment within the hotels and conduct annual sit down interviews with at least a portion of employees from each department to gauge their opinions on the effectiveness of their managers. Your mission statement couldn't be more inaccurate from an employees standpoint.

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