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I have been working at Intercontinental Dallas Hotel full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDoesn't RecommendNegative Outlook
Lunch in an employee cafeteria for $1.50 a day. 2 weeks vacation after 1 year.
This hotel has several lawsuits on it currently. They are constantly tight on money because it is slow most of the time. The building is literally falling apart. You will deal with leaks, a/c issues, ceiling tiles falling, bugs, and more. They are constantly hiring then firing people. They will hire you on full time then cut your hours back severely. Management is only out for themselves. No one at this hotel has gotten a raise in over 5 years!! Yet the department heads get fat bonuses every year. The environment has made every employee frustrated and they often take it out on each other. i have never worked somewhere with more gossip and plotting. If someone new is hired that is good they try to get them fired because they pose a threat to their forever decreasing hours. If you want somewhere to move up don't come here. Only people with "connections" get hired for good positions. You will not be promoted but you might be given more work with out a pay raise.
Advice to Management
Listen to your employees. Do your job, and don't just sit in your office watching everyone else doing it for you.