Receptionist/Administrator (Former Employee) – London – 3 November 2018
Good managers Safe and friendly environment with everybody being treated as equal There was cultural diversity and everybody's culture was respected. I enjoyed working there and felt special because by my birthdays i was celebrated.
Support Worker and Cook (Former Employee) – Southport – 18 June 2018
One of the best jobs I have ever had. Superb managers. Great work environment. Not the best pay but a better rate than many places for the work involved. Would recommend anyone who loves working with people to work here.
Shift Engineer (Former Employee) – London – 7 June 2018
I had the opportunity to work at Four seasons for my work experience and my short spell there was one that cannot be easily forgotten. Everyone there was so nice and I was made to feel apart of the family.
Free good lunches, showers available after a shift
Banqueting Waitress (Current Employee) – Hampshire – 11 December 2017
There is always a positive atmosphere and approach to the day, from the second you turned up the the minute you left you were always on your feet keeping busy and being part of a team. The hardest part of the job was keeping on top of the day and the demands and requests of the guests, however this was also the most enjoyable because your would feel satisfaction and achievement once you knew the guests were happy.
General Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Fillans, UK – 24 November 2017
Long hours - nice colleagues, very helpful and eager to guide whenever in need. There is a new owner. A really nice lady who wants to do lots of changes - positive ones: better management, lower prices, better food etc.
Food and Beverage Assistant (Former Employee) – England – 21 November 2017
there is nothing 'terrible' abuout the four seasons. any hotel worker would probably say the same about their hotel. they provide free meals when working, another benefit is the 'comp nights' - after 6 months you are entitled to 3 free nights stay at any four seasons worldwide (increases over time). this sounds great, although try to actually get them and youll see how difficult it is! i feel like if you are in a management position this is a great company to work for (status, free trips, writing off dinners etc) however if you are a waitress etc you will have a lot of expectation put on you and very little reward. on the plus side because of the 'rich' clientlle, it is very easy to make money on top of your wage.
free staff meal - 1 per shift.
long hours, poor management, inconsistent standards and expectations
Carpenter/Joiner (Former Employee) – Fleet – 10 October 2017
I worked for a total of 3 weeks with the hotels carpenter called john, we spend the days walking the hotel finding things to fix and creating new things each day such as a new door and frame for a colleges office, I was chosen to create menu holders that showed table numbers for their restaurant.
Spa Assistant (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 23 September 2017
It's a huge community of people who have to work and co-opetate with themselves smoothly to provide five star service to the guest, so one of the very important issues is a proper communication, knowledge and ability to pass the information.
Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Saltburn-by-the-Sea – 9 September 2017
A typical day at Four Seasons nursing home consists of preparing meals for thirty elderly residents and dealing with each individuals meal plans. I also ensured that the kitchen area was clean and up to high hygiene standards at all times. The hardest part was learning to cook in large quantities for the residents. I enjoyed working unsupervised and using my own initiative within the kitchen.