"Good company where you can make a lifelong career."
"My tenure working for Hyatt lasted almost 8 years. I learned a great deal from the managers and leadership team about how to manage a multimillion dollar hotel in the financial district of Atlanta, GA. For this, I give Hyatt all of the credit. For making it a smooth transition and helping me to understand the many facets of running a corporation."
"Hyatt was great. I enjoyed working there."
"Great company that promotes within the company."
"Work Life balance is off. I found the work not to be stimulating enough and I became bored quickly, but it is fine if you don't want to be challenged and prefer more rote tasks."
"Compared to other brands, I find Hyatt to be behind in technology and amenities. The people aspect is awesome and they are great team players, however, they have been there too long and don’t have a clear understanding of what the brand is missing in comparison. I would suggest they make a few changes and bring in some fresh blood and come into 2020."
"Working at Hyatt was a fun experience. The well structured meetings we had before shifts were informal and uplifting. Though some co -workers were negative at times, others were repealed to that and allowed their own light to shine brighter. Would work there again given the right career path."
"I work for Hyatt. It is a great company to work for we have a laid back fun atmosphere. If you are looking for a job while in school, part-time or looking to make a career out of it you can find a position here. We have a great staff that loves to take care of the guest. Employee benefits are great half-off hotel stays. I would say our one downfall is we are understaffed so on sold-out nights or when we have teams in town our days/nights get a little crazy and you have to take on multiple roles."
"I was the restaurant supervisor and worked here for 10 excruciating months, in which every member of the management in my department left because it is such a horrible place to work. Every single other member, including directors of F&B and the Director of Operations. There is a union present for the working employees, who sickly enjoy taking all minuscule cleaning tasks back to be challenged to the union, resulting in management working overtime to pick up slack while union matters are held up. Employees refuse to work and are protected by the union. There are several other issues with this franchise and they give a horrible name to the Hyatt Recency. Benefits are horrible, no benefits offered unless you've worked there for a year, yet you're expected to work double shifts every week with no time off or PTO or Sick time. I wish someone posted this when I applied. Save yourself a headache and trust me: FIND EMPLOYMENT ELSEWHERE."
"Good company but they keep on contract for a long time."
"I have been with Hyatt for a short time, and love everyone I work with. There are some rough edges, of course."
"Hyatt Hotel had excellent executive committee members, department heads who were open to new training to improve skills. During the recessions we were number one in the comp set in Santa Rosa. Ownership was happy with results. Although average rate dropped significantly during the recession,"
"Pre-opening team, busy fast paced environment with great people!"
"I've worked with Hyatt Place Chicago/O'Hare for almost 2 years."
"I worked for the Hyatt Regency in Huntington Beach, CA for 9 years and am grateful for the experience and amazing people I was able to meet during my time. The culture was amazing and would not hesitate to work for Hyatt again in the future."
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