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Franklin Williams
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over 6 months ago

I really loved working for #Hilton garden inn hotel because...

I hated working at the Hilton garden inn hotel because of poor management

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Saynab Hasan
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over 6 months ago

be a good work and related our people

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over 6 months ago

Hotel Property Management Systems 🖥

If you are looking into getting into the hotel 🏨 industry and you have a interest in working at the front desk or a supervisor/managerial role👩🏽‍💼🧑🏽‍💼; 📣 I would suggest you work for a hotel that has one of the more popular property management systems. For example: Opera or Fosse. Listen 👂🏽closely….EXPERIENCE/familiarity is everything in the hotel industry! Hilton uses Opera & Marriott uses Fosse… wherever you go, if you know either of these PMS’s, you should always be able to get a job 😁

Even if a lot of time has passed and you don’t remember how to use the system, it will come back to you! TRUST ME… I work at a Marriott currently, I was kind of nervous about using Fosse⌨️ because I hadn’t used it in 10 years😫! After the 3rd day, my fingers were moving without me having to focus on what I was doing 💪🏾 #motivation #jobsearch #Hotel #PMS #Hospitality #Technology #Marriott #Hilton

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Secret Someone
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over 6 months ago

No, I'm not here looking for a pity party. I just want honest advice... I'd worked at a hotel years ago and they knew about my 'disorder' prior to hiring me. Yes, I told the manager during the interview about my epilepsy and he and others were nice and accepting of it. 😊 One day, I pulled a staff member aside and told her that I thought I had a seizure coming. Thankfully, she was very nice about it and helped me through it in the break room (away from customers). I guess I had bitten her and I still feel terrible about it. 😔 Yes, I've contacted her to apologize and she told me that it was alright because it's not something I can help. Anyways, my mother had picked me up from work that day very shortly after that had happened. When we had gotten back to her house, we decided to just relax, and maybe nap for a little bit. After a while, her house phone rings and I see the caller ID pop up on her TV saying 'Hilton Hotels'. Well, I thought they were just going to be kind and ask how I was doing or something along the lines of that. Nope! They told my mother I was a threat to the company and I was fired. No, they never contacted me about it! It was hurtful because I cannot control my epilepsy and they knew I've been dealing with it prior to hiring me. So, that entire ordeal has had me SO nervous for another job. Plus, I've been a wreck trying to find another business to hire someone like me, dealing with epilepsy. #advice #answers #Hilton #hotel #EmbassySuites #

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That's discrimination and grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit

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I may not know any of you at all, but thank you ALL for your support! It really does mean a lot! 🥹

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LaSharen Martin
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over 6 months ago

I love my job I'm a chef and I enjoy cooking it's my passion u have to the skills to do this and I love working with all types of food

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Denise Champion
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over 6 months ago

Before your interview at #HILTON WORLDWIDE HOSPITALITY SALES make sure to...

Hilton requires getting on the Hilton's website and fill out application or download resume. There are several jobs listed, pick the one that you are qualified for and send information. Great company, great group of people. #interview

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joseph diaco
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over 6 months ago

the problem there is gm what pay

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Jennifer Kelly-Arnold
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over 6 months ago

Hampton Inn just terminated my employment in house keeping after 3 days through a text message! I was sick and it was my 4th day of training. This day I was too start training in the laundry room! When I showed up for work, the front office manager asked if he could see me for a minute so I complied. He told me I wasn't scheduled to work that day and I could go home. He told me the head of housekeeping would call me to let me know when to come in again. When she contacted me through text message she told me that same manager had asked her to let me go! So unprofessional! #Hilton #

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Lisa Motley
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over 6 months ago

Great companies to work for come from great leadership. Although I am no longer with Hilton, I am proud to have had the opportunity for 11 years. Dynamic leadership that addresses the workforce needs.

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Nate Hike
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over 6 months ago

U don’t want to know . What’s on my mind

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