Preferred Hotel Group

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19 days ago

Revenue Account Manager - Latin America and Caribbean

Preferred Hotel Group Miami, FL

include, but are not limited to: • Strategic support for our distribution network… HCareers


10 days ago

Director, Reservations, Revenue Management and Distribution - Historic Hotels

Preferred Hotel Group Chicago, IL

The Director, Reservations, Revenue Management and Distribution ensures that all hotels within Historic Hotels of America (HHA) maximize reservation… HCareers


Preferred Hotel Group Reviews

7 Reviews
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John A. Ueberroth
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    Sweatshop with Beautiful Interior Design

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Preferred Hotel Group full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    As previous reviews had mentioned, there are many opportunities to work on interesting and challenging projects, to gain valuable experience to add to your resume and find a better job. Health & welfare benefits are fantastic, pay is somewhat competitive in your field, nice holiday outings. Office is beautifully designed, with rugs, expensive decorations and authentic artwork.

    Cons

    I was skeptical of an advice another recruiter gave me when I started working at this company, that the turnover there is extremely high. Soon I learned just what this recruiter meant. People come and go - both voluntarily and not. Majority of employees last 1-2 years. If you made it through your 3-months review (which, believe me, is not a mere formality like in many other companies - half the new hires do not survive it) and were able to dodge one of the recurring layoff waves after another disappointing fiscal quarter, tremendous pressure and unreasonable deadlines rolling down from the top management level will get you in the end. This company is not for someone who has family/personal life and is looking for a healthy work/life balance. Be prepared to work during the day, in the evenings, during the weekends. Performance Improvement Plans are a commonly used incentive to help you keep up with this schedule and meet the goals. And be very careful about what you say to your coworkers, because, if your management is on a mission to get rid of you, even a most innocent joke will be turned into an offensive comment. No, you will not have the chance to explain and defend yourself. Overall, a scary place.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You do not need to spend another $100+k on a VP of People (can't remember the exact title) salary in order to provide a better working environment and reduce the turnover. Instead, reevaluate the atmosphere you've created and the impossible goals you have set for your employees. Additionally, stop making impulsive hiring and firing decisions and think ahead for more than one quarter.

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