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K. Jay Weaver
I have been working at PGA National Resort & Spa
Pros – Loved every minute of it! The staff and the facility are top notch! Flexible schedules and gold priveleges!!! Highly recommended!
Cons – Multi - cultural diversity makes it a requirement to sometimes work holidays suck as Christmas and Thamks giving. Other than that....great!
Advice to Senior Management – mY ADVICE WOULD BE TO KEEP UP THE AMAZING JOB THAT YOU ARE ALREADY DOING. lOVED IT THERE TO SAY THE LEAST!
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2010-06-29 11:33 PDT
I have been working at PGA National Resort & Spa full-time
Pros – Exciting environment that has a great group of employees to work with. Good benefits package.
Cons – Management are often stretched beyond their capacity as an employee. They do not offer competitive salaries or regular annual raises. Holidays are considered part of your Paid Time Off Plan instead just a holiday.
Advice to Senior Management – Promote from within always first. Offer raises so that management is encouraged to stay rather than leave.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-06-10 18:05 PDT
I have been working at PGA National Resort & Spa full-time for less than a year
Pros – Most of the staff I encountered on daily business were more than happy and pleasant, however the majority of the culinary staff were horrible.
Cons – staff looks down at new comers, complain to superiors when you do a better job than they do, pay is OK. 80% of culinary staff is JADED.
Advice to Senior Management – even though you have workers that have been there for 10+ 15+ years, it does not mean they are qualified to stay employed. it's time to put them out to pasture, and bring in young, none-jaded, happy, culinarians to your business.
2013-05-11 11:46 PDT
I worked at PGA National Resort & Spa
Pros – Well-recognize and respected resort, looks good on resume, beautiful workplace, dress code, discount to amenities
Cons – Management was terrible, power struggles non-stop and backstabbing, set a horrible example for other employees, high turnover rate
Advice to Senior Management – Get your management in line. They are too busy trying to undercut each other. It sets a bad example for other employees and makes it a difficult work environment. Consistently check in on your department leaders to make sure they are competent and utilize anonymous reviews of leadership. You'd be amazed.
2011-12-04 08:22 PST
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