DoubleTree by Hilton
Happiness score is 63 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Christopher J. Nassetta
    75%
    approve of Christopher J. Nassetta's performance
  • Founded
    1969
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation
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Food Preparation & Service

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Rating overview

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3.2020183.0320193.0220202.5620212.672022

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Waitress/Bar Staff in Victoria, Greater London
on 17 January 2022
Can be long hours. Benefits for travel are amazing.
The management can be toxic. Everything must be to their liking and your input is 'considered' but never accepted. If the managers do not like you, your life is hard at work. But, the overall staffing here is friendly. The benefits for travel is good and work-life balance is good.
Waitress in Sheffield
on 17 January 2022
Don’t work here you won’t be able to afford anything
Not good never got paid the right amount and the people higher up were rude and it was unhygienic but got free food on shift and I never got help when I asked
Chef de Partie in Bristol
on 17 January 2022
Good place to kick off your career in hospitality
Fast paced kitchen with functions and conference lunches. Worked 55+ hours, work-life balance is not the best. Salary is not reflecting the amount of work you put in
Assistant Chef in Gainsborough
on 11 January 2022
Not what I expected
When I first got there I was given the bare minimum training by the other Chefs.I tried to ask questions on how to do certain tasks and they either ignored, scoffed, or argued with me.Most of the Chefs were pretty ignorant and you could tell they didn't want to be there. Overall, it was a pretty draining atmosphere, especially with the long hours. My job was to be an Assistant Chef as I was a Rookie at the time. However, what they didn't mention to me before I started the job was that I would be managing a whole pastry section by myself. Without much help or supervision. And they dared to say I was being "too slow". Although things were pre-bought and didn't require much effort due to Covid. Even then it was a bit much.The only slightly redeeming thing about the place was the most of serving staff, the Head Chef and the KPs.I worked there for 3 months until many issues arose such as the travelling distance became an issue. And speaking of travel distance, I had to commute the longest distance to the place out of all the Chefs and they made little to no effort to let me leave early until 2 months in. Very inconsiderate.
Kitchen Porter in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
on 10 January 2022
Ok,
Very needy staff, expect too much from the staff with very little in return, grumpy and miserable chefs that speak to you and treat you like your a piece of ****

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Interview insights

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Lots. Very professional interview. Why do you want the job? Why the Hilton? Why should we pick you? Those kind of questions.

Shared on 22 September 2018

Basic questions, it does not matter about the interview just how cheap you will work for

Shared on 12 January 2018

Can you count backwards after a couple of double vodkas

Shared on 3 September 2017
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