Conference & Banqueting Assistant (Former Employee) – Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester – 23 June 2018
They are very much a proactive company when providing training. I have found the training they offered was very productive and builds transferable skills for future careers. Hours and wages are low but have some nice benefits and there is opportunities to work in other areas of the world.
free lunches, uniform, good standard of training provided
Room Attendant/Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 20 June 2018
Typical day at work is usually hard because you have certain for every room no matter if its messy like crazy or if it hasnt been touched by guests.. In busy days its very hard to keep the rooms nice and clean and finish at time together. Many days I stayed in work for much longer and didnt get paid for overtime.
Big positive - in pregnancy I could reduce the number of rooms I have to clean which I really appreciated because this job is physiclaly hard so it was much harder with pregnancy belly (and sickness).
100% sure room attendants deserve more benefits because how it could be a good hotel if its not clean and tidy? Its very hard work and you have half an hour for lunch and the way to the canteen and back takes about 12minutes (depends wheere you are) and you havent got much time left ti eat your food and you rush back and clean with full stomach.
shift engineer (Former Employee) – United Kingdom London – 19 June 2018
It was great working there lots of fun treatment was great it was a situation where management would invest in their staff like if there is a course you would like to do once it will of benefit to the company they would stand the financial part of it if you have a family problem and they can help there would be no hesitation they would help they also help in the community as well hilton is a great company to work with
Waitress (Former Employee) – London – 14 June 2018
As I was a new associate, I was asked to do many extra things that were not in my job description, however it taught me to handle stressful environments very well. The management was quite poor and not well managed. The staff are rude and selfish, it wasn't a very good environment but as a student, the money was good.
Spa Therapist (Former Employee) – Bournemouth – 7 June 2018
My experience of working with Hilton is very pleasant. Management were great and very supportive. Working hours changed a lot which I didn't mind but could both other people. Most enjoyable part was opening the hotel and watching it grow.
I have worked in Hilton Cardiff for almost 6 months and I never ever had my holiday which I was entitled to. I have met some great chefs and made good friendship. However, so called executive chef and soup chef who weren't even a head chef basically treated me unfairly. It was crazy considered they have asked me on several occasions to help them out partially because the hotel was busy or someone did not turn up for their shifts.
Asst Manager (Former Employee) – London – 25 May 2018
Fun place to work.had a great time. great management.provided food and great training. great succession plan. Hands on management. Always here to help.Great exposure to the industry. Very calculative and cost centred.
Food and Beverage Assistant (Former Employee) – Weybridge – 18 May 2018
No respect from higher job roles, treated completely unfairly. One small break and no cigarette breaks. A lot of pressure to do something that you didn't want to even if other employees with the same job role didn't have to.
I would expect better money for employees for that service
Food and Beverage Assistant (Former Employee) – Euston, Greater London – 11 May 2018
I was working in a smaller hotel. Lots of gossips. Managers and supervisors were not good related. Some team players good, some lazy but you will find it everywhere. Not enough staff on the shifts. On the other side the job was not difficult, free food was provided and Hilton members have good benefits.