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I have been working at Pch Hotels & Resorts full-time (More than a year)
Great place to work if you enjoy creative freedom in the kitchen. With possibilities of a career in banquets, fine dining,and casual dining; you have the chance to discover what restaurant style fits you most! Great starter job especially for someone fresh out of culinary school. Also great for someone with experience looking to contribute a fresh outlook to the various annual and seasonal menus.
Strenuous work day! You WILL be on your feet 8-12 hours a day. Most shifts are 8hrs but may be longer as you must complete all tasks before leaving. Inconsistent breaks. Smokers take full advantage of as many breaks as they want while nonsmokers pick up the slack. You're encouraged to ask for help but supervisors and sometimes management often leave early once their work is done so no one is available to help. The hotel is frequently short staffed causing poor structure and overall performance. They also hire team members and management with great ideas to make the hotel better but stifle innovation for fear of change. The overall attitude seems to be "this is what has always worked ".
Advice to Management
Treat hard workers more fairly with promotions. Too many kind hearted hard workers have been kept from the promotions they deserve and the decide to leave. For this cause employee morale is rapidly dwindling and really great talent is going elsewhere.
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Getting an Interview
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I was offered the position when Stormont Trice lost the management contract and PCH Hotels and Resorts, Inc. was formed. I was interviewed by then CEO Ed Lee and CFO Matt Strunk. Ed Lee was a wonderful boss who I learned a tremendous amount from.
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