I don't wanna work again in this type of hotels. Because in the college they said that you are selected as a front office staff but after reaching China they allotted as a laundry work in that China country and worked as a slave with less salary
They to try new better manners to talk the workers.
The main language must be English, but the team don't know speak fluently, I think this a terrible mistake for a 5 stars hotel.
Hyatt has very strong employee culture and aims to assist employee to best their best.
The hardest part of being a Training Manager is to deliver training contents align with Chinese Culture, as the training materials are all made in U.S.A.
Good experience. My boss was organised and was a good manger in terms of being role modle having the right balance between work and life.
Good morale in the Finance team. Most of my colleages are very young and energetic.
My day used to start by greeting to every senior staff. And have a short briefing with all my colleagues and my senior post staff including assistant manager, manager and director.
I had learn many things from the hotel like how to handle guest during there arrival and departure time. how to use Opera System and many more. The management was so supportive and strict on their rules and regulation. The workplace of Hyatt used to be according to the Hyatt work culture. The hardest part of the job was check in the guest at the time of high season. The most enjoyable part of the job was greeting to the guest at the time of arrival and explaining about the hotel for their easiness and greeting them at the time of departure by saying I HOPE THAT YOU HAVE A PLEASANT STAY IN OUR HOTEL AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOU AGAIN THANK YOU.
love this brand so much
as a trainee and a student there
they give me the task and teach me the methods, then let me finished it with our team.
no doubt, trust and empower the staff can increase the productivity