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12 days ago

Director of Spa

Ojai Valley Inn & Spa Ojai, CA

The Spa Director reports directly to the General Manager. This position will have responsibility to lead in the development, planning and execution… ClickCast

17 days ago

General Manager- Olivella Restaurant

Ojai Valley Inn & Spa Ojai, CA

The General Manager strives to oversee the highest standards in all areas of restaurant management, guest and employee relations and financial… ClickCast

Ojai Valley Inn & Spa Reviews

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  • Management Could Be More Receptive to Employee Needs

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    Gorgeous grounds. Opportunity to meet high profile individuals. Inn's presence in community really boosts local economy.


    Employee recognition is arbitrary. Lots of favoritism. Does not have employees' best interests in mind. "Tattling" is encouraged. Training is rushed and not thorough. I saw new employees (and newbies to hospitality) written up for breaking policies that they didn't even know existed. I also saw a coworker clearly in a domestic violence situation, and instead of management trying to look into the situation, was terminated.

    Advice to Management

    When someone is new or has little experience in hotel, spend a little extra time training. Do not just invest time training the bigger more heavily staffed departments, take just as much care to help smaller departments with less staff. Be more sensitive and observant of employee needs. Listen to them more closely. Yes, guests are important. However, staff are the backbone of the business. The person who I saw was in a domestic violence situation could have been dealt with differently instead of being fired. I understand the "Leave your personal life at home" mentality, but this was different. Of course there's concern of things like that affecting business, but if employees are looked at as humans instead of disposable peons, there would be better loyalty and less turnover. People perform better at their job if working environment is less stressful.

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