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51 English questions out of 51

September 16, 2021

What is paid time off like at ClubCorp?

Pros

Whenever I was allowed any time off.

Cons

Rude management, horrible management, awful management, evil management:)

Advice to Management

Probably need new management!!

Whenever I was allowed any time off.

September 16, 2021

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January 11, 2022

Does ClubCorp offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Always a pleasure building relationships with members.

Cons

No work-life balance, low pay for ALL levels of employees, terrible benefit package, little room for career growth.

life balance, low pay for ALL levels of employees, terrible benefit package, little room for career growth.

January 11, 2022

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May 12, 2022

Does ClubCorp offer massages?

Pros

Good benefits...free meal..week pay free perking

Cons

No hr support and poor moral policies

Advice to Management

Don't allow abuse by your management

Good benefits...free meal..week pay free perking

May 12, 2022

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April 2, 2021

Does ClubCorp offer dental insurance?

Pros

Great atmosphere on property Great ppl

Cons

Benefits poor medical and 401k no match

Advice to Management

Listen

Benefits poor medical and 401k no match

April 2, 2021

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June 1, 2022

Does ClubCorp offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

PTO/Sick Time + holiday pay + well priced insurance. (even for hourly employees) Also most locations have a day a week they are closed or abbreviated hours on slower days.

Cons

High turnover even with decent & consistent pay - there are culture issues & it seems to stem from the top with any manager or above sticking around for 1 - 2 years only. I was hoping with a private club atmosphere everyone would be more like a family and know each other & work with each other, but it feels like the members are closer to you than any of the leadership - but I hesitate to say leadership because that makes it sound like they lead - more like they boss & have power trips & make it miserable until they leave & someone else that has an ego issue gets hired. Additionally, they keep team lines very divisive & sometimes make it hard to transfer: EX You only work pool & I work in the dining room so I'm fancier / or you're part of catering, so you're less than me etc.

Advice to Management

My experience is that there are constant reports required, constant manager meetings & management feels completely divorced from the actual "boots on the ground in front of members." In fact, I've observed partners who didn't know who the Director of Member Experience was after they had both been there for over 6 months. What kind of leader exists that a team doesn't know who they even are or what they do? There should be more focus on hands on interactions of leadership with employee partners. This all leads to toxicity as there tends to be ranking of club locations leading to a toxic , competitive from within environment as well as an "us & them" mentality that the "leaders" pass onto the hourly staff when it should be a family in the walls & a family of locations around the world rather than locations competing with each other. I know the company is going public, so there are more needs for reporting, but the atmosphere is not cooperative & is competitive between properties which could spell doom for location growth.

PTO/Sick Time + holiday pay + well priced insurance.

June 1, 2022

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