If you want to know what this company is like to work for at hotel level, take a look at their website. As of September 2019 the 'latest' staff satisfaction results are from October 2017. That was before the things changed, in a big way.
In 2016 and 2017 you felt supported to do your best for the guest. Working in a hotel has its challenges, but you expect that. You felt supported to do a good job, and that was key.
Since then the mission has been clear - cut all costs to the bone, and tell staff they're not doing their job properly if anything goes wrong as a result. You're no longer supported, but instead the scapegoat for a corporate decision.
Maybe they did not expect so many experienced staff, like colleagues and I, to have the self respect to leave. Perhaps they think it does not matter that we have, I cannot know.
At their core though, hotels are a people business. Good people will not accept (and demonstrably have not accepted) the way Atlas Hotels has treated its staff in the last 18 months or so.