Evaluaciones de Ramada Worldwide sobre Estabilidad/Facilidad promoción
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Pay wasnt the best but I really enjoyed getting this experience. The management worked with me around my schedule and I wasn’t full time so I am unaware of the benefits.
You really need to work very hard & for very long hours here. I learned lot of new things within my department and also some of other departments. This place is a fun place and also worst place to work, it depends how you take the work and the people there, everyone was having a different opinions. The worst part of this property in the management. This guys are not at all supportive to all the staff. Here all the staffs are not treated the same way. Some staffs are treated good gets promotions and other stuff and some staff dont get anything. doesn't matter how capable you are if the management doesn't like you you will not get anything.
Have food, Accommodation, transport
Have to work long hours most of the times
I was working at this hotel and although i quit, I didn’t quit because I had any issue with them personally, It was just a strategic career move, I wanted to be more involved in an area where I could engage more with customers which to me was the restaurant area and the restaurant wasn’t open yet and I didn’t want to be in a role I really didn’t want to be in (being a cleaner) so I quit. If I could go back to working there I will just not as a cleaner.
Standing in one position for hours
I worked for 2 and a half years and during the time I felt always stressed. No one cared about the employees. Food was poor quality and we had to strike a lot to get food at a time. The salary was the same as I got during the year.
The management here has no respect for anyone. They refuse to allow any kind of flexibility in their rules and all employees are expected to do way more than their pay grade. Don't expect a promotion because they will laugh at you and make you feel as though you are not important to the company whatsoever. The owners will continuously tell you how you are expected to hold a standard yet they do not respect their employees and allow the head housekeeper to let her personal issues with people conflict the job. This is a very awkward place to work that does not take care of simple matinence problems and continues to have the housekeepers take care of the black mold. This place needs to be turned into the health department!!!
10 minute break every 2 hours
The only reason I left was because I had a baby and they wasn’t allowing me dayshift. The job was alright pay raise could have been better. The management wasn’t that bad either it was just hard for me to get them to work me dayshift not night.
The work environment is so friendly and the staff and the management is so supportive. Working hours depend on the functions the institution host. Company culture is true and unique to which all the staff could relate to. Pay and other benefits are good.
The managment team was one of, if not the best management team I've ever been around. The serious problem we had was our building was older and we had an owner that decided that it was not longer in his interest to fix things that were going wrong. Instead, he had every dollar that was made in that days sales transferred overseas where he eventually moved to and left our company abandoned.
Now, everyone is against each other. Blaming others for mistakes instead of properly training them, acting ignorant, not completing work. I was hired in Oct to replace someone who is still there. The agreement was I would get full time, Night Audit Shifts (Overnight), and match my pay from Minneapolis. My pay has never been matched, in fact when I was hired I was told one thing then when I had to turn in check stubs I realized the hourly wage was $1 less than the agreed upon starting wage. The previous GM said everything would be corrected, the next day he took off and left us and now they refuse to correct it! (back pay to hire date). This has become a hostile/frustrating work environment which is just too bad because I am not a person to jump around to different jobs. New Hires are not being properly trained as the management is not well trained on the system either.
Housekeeping you will not be making 40 hours nor you will get paid for overtime you will have 3 days off.when I was at my interview they told me I would get 2 days off and I can get paid for overtime.They also told me after my 90 days I will get a 50 cent raise an all housekeepers will be getting a dollar raise for Christmas it’s now February and I still didn’t get it when I ask about it they beating around the bush I feel like I was lied to so I can start working with they company.