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30+ days ago

Assistant Front Office Manager

Omni Hotels Jacksonville, FL

• Handle all training with associates to ensure Omni Standards. • Communicate with all department managers on continuing basis. Especially the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

PM Room Service Server

Omni Hotels Jacksonville, FL

  • Complete knowledge of service time, menu and specials • Prepare, deliver and serve orders using Moments of Service • Inquire if… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Bellperson | Part Time

Omni Hotels Jacksonville, FL

• Use friendly and appropriate expressions when engaging guests • Be fully acquainted with the different points of interest • Assist in making… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Line Cook

Omni Hotels Jacksonville, FL

• Maintain kitchen sanitation in accordance with health department guidelines • Insure station is set for service 15 minutes prior to service… Glassdoor

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    Short, stressful and confusing.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Amelia Island, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Amelia Island, FL

    I worked at Omni Hotels


    This company has a lot of money behind it and will invest in a property to bring it up to a new level. It is expected that current employees be treated respectfully and their problems addressed so that corporate does not have to get involved. They have some good recognition programs and the bi-monthly employee meetings are fun and motivating.


    Communication is very poor. NO ONE knows what is going on so rumors are rampant. Meetings are scheduled and cancelled and the standard for department meetings are monthly. A new employee can start without orientation and be lost until they are finally brought in for it. After this, training and development is focused managers. And unfortunately, the company shows preference to the promotion and selection of younger managers.

    There are a lot of policies and procedures you will sign an acknowledgement for, but good luck seeing a comprehensive employee handbook. Much of it will be shared randomly as issues arise. You will be told how to do things by the property's management team, but when corporate comes to visit, you hear something different. And rules apply to some but not others. Standards are supposedly strict, but then you will see corporate and other members of management doing something different (grooming, hanging out on property, etc.) Very confusing.

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    If you did everything you say on paper, communicate more from the top down and laterally, and offer more useful training to all, it would be so much better.

    Doesn't Recommend

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