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3 days ago

Director of Revenue Management Aloft

Sage Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

Partner with GM, Sales Leader and other revenue generating department heads to drive… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Human Resources Manager

Sage Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

POSITION FOCUS Create a work environment that allows for personal growth and development for all associates, encourages an empowered and engaged… Glassdoor

17 days ago

Human Resources Manager Aloft

Sage Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

Coordinate, administer and report on various human resource programs, system and procedure to aid in the attraction, retention and motivation of… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Operations Manager

Sage Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

POSITION FOCUS Plan and manage the room and related area's operations of the hotel to achieve customer (guests, employees, corporate and owners… Glassdoor

14 hrs ago

Director of Revenue Management – new

Sage Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

The Aloft South Beach is finishing construction and will open April 2015 as the most desirable property in the South beach area. As a result of this… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Operations Manager Aloft

Sage Hospitality Miami Beach, FL

Inspire, motivate and create a customer focus and sales oriented environment within every department of the business to drive excellence in market… Glassdoor

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Walter L. Isenberg
43 Ratings

    Company means well, but is growing far too fast for its infrastructure.

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    I worked at Sage Hospitality full-time


    Lots of opportunity for advancement, growing company, company enjoys fun things like parties. My property and most leadership is great


    Human Resources frequently misleads employees, money-grubbing in lots of little ways, made some poor manager-level hiring decisions

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    Central Human Resources has been giving incorrect information to many employees, particularly those who are less likely to ask in the first place (ESL speakers, part-time or on-call employees that don't work 9-5, people less educated about their rights and options as workers). In addition, having every single department complain about an executive-level manager and not doing anything about it is pretty unacceptable. Their orientation is 3 1/2 hours long, and it is 50% the presenter joking around, 20% "team-building" games, 10% watching videos from 1990 (complete with the presenter making fun of them), and 20% actual work-related content. They couldn't tell me what uniforms would look like or how long you had at the beginning of your shift before you were late. Very helpful.

    Lastly, in my department specifically, there was a manager who was essentially toxic. Everyone complained about them, they regularly publicly humiliated their employees, and no one did anything about it. This department has very little cohesiveness and is rarely happy unless this manager is out of the office.

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