Linen porter (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 3 December 2018
Cea mai proasta companie,lucrezi ca un cal,full time dar tu ai zero ore contract,area manager-nici nu vreau sa discut,numai cu vrajeala ieftina,doar interes pr productivitate,fetele curatau cate 35/40 de camere ,ceva normal,sclavie moderna,nu recomand ,cea mai penala companie,minciuni ,doar minciuni.masa gratis?nu,nu,nu, hotelul unde lucrezi o da,dar hotel care spune ca ei o da.
Masa gratis(data de hotelul unde lucrezi)nu de hotelcare
Recruitment Administrator (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 15 November 2018
Although I have only been here a short time, I am enjoying my time here at Hotelcare. I enjoy the friendly working environment, my team are extremely helpful and one of the best teams I have worked with.
Executive Head Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Uk – 14 October 2018
Bullying from the top, complete unproessionialism, sexist and derogatory management style. Walk into a site where there are no issues and change everything from top down. Bully team out of position along with discrimation towards other nationalities. Worst company worked for in my entire working career. Don’t respect you or anyone else in your team. Avoid like the plague!
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – United Kingdom – 13 August 2018
I worked here for 7 months in total and absolutely hated it. Don’t get me wrong it started off okay but gradually got worse. Poor management skills. The supervisors are extremely rude and would rather sit around drinking tea and gossiping then helping out. Being asked to clean 22 rooms (on a busy day) in 6 hours is absolutely disgusting and outrageous especially as they don’t thank you for your work! It’s like slave labour and I DO NOT recommend this job to anybody.
Head housekeeper (Current Employee) – Heathrow, Greater London – 28 July 2018
I have been working for Hotelcare for 3 years. It has been under new management for about a year now. I was looking to leave the company as it wasn’t the best place to work. But since the new managers have joined everything has got better.
Hotelcare really does care ... they have introduced an incentive scheme for our room attendants they are developing our team
1. was left unsure if I even had a job after a week of not hearing back from the company 2. was told I would be earning £7.50 an hour starting off only to find out id been getting paid minimum wage 3. had nothing but lies and deceit from Hotelcare
Do this at your own risk. Was working for this company for only 8 weeks and had to leave. Poor management skills, poor pay, get treated like a piece of junk, slave labour. I've even done a supervisors job role 3 times and not once was I appreciated for what I have done as well as never had the proper training. Been having constant arguments with the head housekeeper. Poor everything.
Long hours, rubbish pay, poor management, lack of communication skills.
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Scotland – 25 April 2018
Ability to work autonomously and manage own time. Friendly, helpful colleagues willing to share their knowledge and expertise. Fantastic support network from head office to Ops managers in the field, and to staff at the numerous hotel locations. Staff are valued and their achievements are recognised. Great team spirit.
Opportunities for development, at all levels. Friendly, helpful colleagues. Team spirit.
Payroll Administrator (Current Employee) – Canary Wharf, Greater London – 18 April 2018
A company changing with the times , striving to provide the most current update systems, connecting HO with the employees at the hotels. Nice environment to work in. A friendly understanding management Always updating with new government guidelines
Payroll Manager (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 18 April 2018
If the above sounds like you then you will like working here
I think the business has taken a huge turn under the current new management and have worked tirelessly to both resolve historical issues and to put in place a structure that ensures both the success and future of the the company and those who work for it.
In my time here I have yet to see an apathetic approach to challenges and issues. They are geared towards not only making things better but making Hotelcare a leading and desired place to work in.
There are many new, energized individuals who have come on board making loads of positive changes that ensure Hotelcare are a rewarding company to work for recognizing hard work and talent whenever and wherever possible with various financial incentives and rewards.
Most importantly its a big family so we look out for and after each other.
Rewarding talent, nurturing talent, recognizing hard work
Recruitment Coordinator (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 11 April 2018
I started off at Hotelcare on a work placement program in 2017 as a recruitment resourcer, working within such a dynamic, energetic and encouraging team, helped me to develop the skills I needed to become a recruitment coordinator within Hotelcare. It’s a great place to progress.