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16 days ago

Events Manager

The Polo Club of Boca Raton Boca Raton, FL

include, but are not limited to; • Interacts with the Cultural Arts and the Social Committees to determine the selection and scheduling of… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Chefs/Cooks/Culinary

The Polo Club of Boca Raton Boca Raton, FL

We are seeking to fill the following full-time, year-round positions. These positions are entitled to our very generous benefits package including… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

JOB FAIR- MULTIPLE OPENINGS – new

Polo Club of Boca raton West Delray Beach, FL

The Polo Club offers a variety of full-time, part-time, year-round, and seasonal employment opportunities. We encourage employee growth and… CareerBuilder


The Polo Club Reviews

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    Fellow employees are the best but members, guests, and management are the worst.

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    Former Employee - Clerk  in  Boca Raton, FL
    Former Employee - Clerk in Boca Raton, FL

    I worked at The Polo Club

    Pros

    Lunch is provided every day, although it's pretty much the same (chicken, rice & veggies). Staff is friendly and supportive; overall the environment is nice (beautiful facility)

    Cons

    Parking is a pain-employees park their car on a service road (10 minute walk) where it is uncovered and easily banged into (rumored to happen often), there are cameras all over the place - directed at employees mostly. Security is constantly checking employees' cars and god forbid you parked illegally (like backing in). When it is busy, you are never given a break (even though you're on your feet) and fighting to keep your lunch hour is a must. Most Members are rude and treat you like trash. Working holidays are a must and are not paid (only full time employees who have worked there at least a year). Christmas is basically not celebrated and the word must not be spoken. Even Thanksgiving is called "Holiday", you would say "Happy Holiday"- perhaps it isn't deemed fair for the Canadian (many) members??

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees better and give bonuses to those who work the holidays and don't get paid extra for working them; give your employees the benefit of a doubt - don't assume they are all ripping you off (it isn't a cash club-why all the cameras?) Let your employees park next to the buiding when it is pouring instead of writing them up when they park "illegally"or when they're late (because of the rain) - no one uses the tennis courts when it rains, duh, thus plenty of parking there. Hire supervisors who respect their employees instead of blame them or compete with them so they don't look bad.

    Doesn't Recommend