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Good employer to work for if you have ambition to grow

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Former Employee - Accounts Recivable Clerk in Orlando, FL
Former Employee - Accounts Recivable Clerk in Orlando, FL

I worked at Hilton Worldwide full-time (more than an year)

Pros

a lot of opportunity to grow.

Cons

Same as anywhere else it really depends on where you land.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Seek talent among your staff old and new for the next promotion.

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    I would never step foot in that hotel ever again!

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    Former Employee - Front Desk and Bartender in Waldorf, MD
    Former Employee - Front Desk and Bartender in Waldorf, MD

    I worked at Hilton Worldwide full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Learning experience
    Opportunity to pick up shifts

    Cons

    Was payed incorrectly the whole time I worked there for both jobs
    Managers are lazy and will avoid work as much as they can
    Disorganized and unprofessional
    Horrible training staff and bad training execution
    Management lies about how to fix problems
    Lazy co-workers because they lead by example from the GM and F&B Manager
    They will walk all over you if you let them
    Many customer complaints
    Tarneshes your passion for Hospitality

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try paying attention to how to run the hotel correctly
    Try not to lie about things you say you'll do
    Pay your employees correctly
    Train your employees correctly
    Work on professionalism
    Don't laugh at employees when they are doing something wrong, show them how to do it the right way instead of laughing and telling them after that it was wrong-- work HARDER on being professional
    Try being a manager and fixing problems instead of going on a week vacation once a month
    Make sure the schedule you put out is right
    Listen to your customers and try to listen to your employees
    Think about finding another career.
    If you want to be a professor at a college for Hospitality, you should actually be good at your job and you shouldn't treat your employees who are in the hospitality program at that particular college like garbage. Even if they're only a student they know the head of the hospitality department and will make sure your name is known and that you are not a hospitality professional, maybe you should be the student again instead.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Decent money when scheduled; Old facility and a franchised Hilton owned by a company that mismanages it.

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    Former Employee - Banquet Server in Bloomingdale, IL
    Former Employee - Banquet Server in Bloomingdale, IL

    I worked at Hilton Worldwide part-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    You can make decent money as a server, especially over the summer. I liked most of the people I worked with, including my managers.

    Cons

    When it's slow, though, you don't get scheduled much, and seniority plays a huge role in scheduling. It's a Hilton in name only. The hotel is franchised and is actually owned by First Hospitality Group. They own a number of different hotels in the Chicagoland area. Their overall management of the facility could use quite a bit of work.

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    Neutral Outlook
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