it was a good program that was very beneficial to everyone who works there the accrual is great hotel, great package and service.
There is a high turnover in management, but there is a lot of training offered in some departments
Best thing is the crappiest insurance plan.
benefits are out of reach for line level employees.
Instructions are a little bit confusing for new employees, however, it actually depend on your franchise employee if that is the case.
Understaff in the housekeeping department. No or very little feedback from the managers.
The PTO was given based on how much you worked (I don't remember the ratio) but you had to use your PTO in 4 hour segments. When I quit, I had 20 hours remaining, and my boss refused to answer on how I could get this money which I had earned. After investigating, I found out that she was the one who could okay paying me out. She acted surprised that I didn't just ask her directly, to which I forwarded my emails where I'd directly asked her exactly that and she had vaguely responded that part time employees (the level I'd stepped down to) weren't entitled to receiving PTO. Just one frustrating element of Aloft!
Very good benefits and the price is really low. Kaiser. Only 5 dollars per visit. Really cheap. Beats a lot of other benefit places
not very good benefits, not enough for all the work that its done in there, make it better
Due to position all benefits began immediately other than 401K which began after 6 months which was still very good. Vacation accrued very quickly
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