Radisson Blu Hotel Employee Reviews
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I'll begin with the interview, is based on the hotel and more about why you want the job. Talk more about your self, Radisson Blu hotel is home. All staff is treated fairly and the management is easy to talk too when facing hard times and it is very productive and driven. You don't stay in the same place forever, cross trainings to further the staff. Thank you.
1 hour and 15 min
Radission blu is home to many tour's, working there you have to adapt to different cultures and religion. Working there you must be ready for both stressful and fun activities , the hardest part of the job is when the hotel becomes very busy and you need to be very first in order to get everything done on time.
Very long hours
I loved working at Radisson Blu, I enjoyed every moment. My general manager gave me a free will to make decisions regarding my work and the bookings. I learned a lot while I worked at the hotel
Free Lunches, company mobile phone
Long hours, and lots of work load
Radisson Blu hotel is a place where you can work, with good culture and it's a responsible company which looks after its employees and customers ,no discremination,all employees are equally
There was no growth for me and my senior mentally abused me. Male power and work power was abused by senior staff. And I just had enough I walked out and resigned and I had no family life he even wanted to control your off day and if you request days off he refused to give it to you
I loved and enjoyed working at Radisson Blu ,it was my 1st hospitality company i have joined, loved the experience ,they well grooming and i believe they have built me for other challenges there is out there to grow within the hospitality industry
Not too bad of a work environment. Management can be aloof and uninterested in staff concerns, and also tend to be biased and unwilling to listen. Salaries are low, no benefits. Long shifts include standing the entire day. Recognition is given very rarely. No staff incentives or rewards, and the few that were in place were not consistent either.
The lunches were always prepared in a way that clearly showed no desire for them to be enjoyed.
Too many to list. What is promised in the interview stage is definitely not what you receive.
27 characters ( 123 minimum) working at this company was goog because i gained more knowledge and experince.people who are working there they have got a time working.
Free breakfast and lunch
The Radisson Blu group is a global brand that is among the best in the business. The facilities are world class and the culture is one that values team work.
Free lunches, Opportunities For Advancement, Adequate Time Off
My day would consist of dealing with a diverse group of people from the guests to colleagues.The best part of my day would be dealing with the guests and exceeding their expectations, from ensuring check ins are done on time to creating a great experience for the guests. If problems arose within the hotel team, the team would come together to solve the problems quickly in order to maintain hotel's high standards and keep guests happy. Through dealing with guests at the first and last point of contact of the hotel, I was able to learn to be efficient and competent in many hotel operations. Management were open and eager to teach and mentor, and this made it easy to ensure the different departments were able to work together effectively, and this in turned allowed me to learn tasks and responsibilities beyond my job description. The workplace culture allowed for ones individuality to be expressed, and as an individual I was able to gain the trust and support of colleagues and my managers, which in turn allowed for me to grow and mature within the ranks of the hotel. The hardest part of the job was when I did not have my cup of coffee during the day, other than that no obstacle was left standing as there was always the great support of the wonderful people of the hotel. The most enjoyable part of the job was creating experiences for as many guests as possible, and ensuring that our regular guests always felt at home. The negative experience were deemed vital as this allowed me as an individual and team player of the hotel to constantly try to break the expectation - more...