- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Good Benefits , Vacation Pay is easy to build up , time off is USUALLY granted when requested .
Schedule is ever-changing. Don't expect to have a stable routine, or sleep pattern.
Busy Season (3 months) is very busy, if you are a tipped employee you will do well... BUT SAVE YOU $$$. Slow Season (the rest of the year) is dead and you will barely make minimum wage. If you budget correctly, you can survive.
Its a large property, but doesn't turn out enough business to expand. Don't expect to advance any higher than the position you have been hired to do.
Management (and only true department leadership) is only present 9-5 M-F, leaving only lazy and unqualified people in charge after those hours. These supervisors are dishonest, and at times spiteful and take great efforts towards covering their backsides. If they just did their jobs correctly and gave the needed support to employees, they would not be in a constant state of damage control.
Upper Management (GM to President), are very disengaged and are only seen outside their offices to get coffee at the cafe, or buzzing around (in damage control mode) when the Owners are on property.
There are a lot of employees who have been here for a very long time (10 years plus), and they are very set in their ways. If you get in the way of their short-cutting, "game playing," or egos, you will be thrown under the bus. They know how to play company politics, and have kissed up to the right people for a very long time... YOU WILL LOSE. The rules don't apply to all... the preaching doesn't follow the practice.
Walking on eggshells all the time makes for a very stressful work environment.
Advice to Management
Show up unannounced after your normal hours, and you will see why there are so many problems. Think really hard why new employees leave so often, while others are sticking around for years. Upper Management, lead by example... if you appear to care whats going on, others will too.
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