Four Seasons
Happiness score is 64 out of 100
4.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    John Davison
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation
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Food Preparation & Service

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Rating overview

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Executive in London
on 14 July 2021
Excellent Employer
Four Seasons is in my mind the pinnacle of the luxury hotel groups with which to embark upon a career. It offers excellent career opportunities internationally, in an exciting, fast paced and rewarding environment.Four Seasons take excellent care of their staff, but also require the utmost dedication from them - it is for those who are adaptable and willing to go the extra mile. This is not the career choice for those seeking work/life balance, but for those looking for an exciting adventure with excellent benefits.
Security Manager in 46, westferry circus, canary wharf, London E14 8RS
on 8 July 2021
productive and fun place to work at
Four seasons as a company is one of the best company I have work for, unfortunately I made a mistake by not staying with them, they have excellent benefit, wage structure, well suported , good work life balance
Spa Therapist in London
on 13 May 2021
Fantastic Hotel to work for, fun, fast pace especially in spa.
Incredible job prospects to climb up the ladder. Yet also very supportive in which ever role you take on.On starting you learn how to be 5 star, with onsite training. 4 seasons London has achieved 5 stars for many years and they keep this with how they treat there employees. They treat them with the respect each and every one deserves.The spa can be quite busy, team work is essential and massage is very regular so the need to be strong and fit is important.
Night communications agent (PBX). in London at park lane.
on 27 March 2021
The best job I ever had.
I genuinely loved everyday I had at this company, it had a strong culture and the best people you will ever work with.I wanted to stay here forever and I was happy in my role.Six months in and covid destroyed my world,they wanted me to do both front office and pbx and change my hours to do so.I didn't feel like I was strong enough to do that and with business at an all time low I was let in on that they had the intention to sack me due to business (It wasn't their fault,it was just a business move) & I understood that.I am still heartbroken six months on and one day would like to return.A lot of people complained about this and that but I felt like gold dust everytime I was there.I was never sad entering or leaving the building.I miss them so much.
Assistant Manager in London at Park Lane
on 7 February 2021
Highly valuable experience
This company is one of the best ones you can work for within the hospitality industry. Once you make it through the 4-stage interview process, the company will then welcome you warmly and provide appropriate training and tools that you will need to perform your duties. The company also offers many employee benefits, including a number of complimentary nights at FS sister properties, "employee of the month" awards, development opportunities and so on. These, however, come at the price of working in a busy often stressful environment, dealing with high-profile guests, having to work AM, PM and night shifts as well as weekends and bank holidays (depending on a position). Also, (not a company's fault rather an internal issue), some senior people within the company are not very collaborative and supportive, which makes it difficult to solve problems. Although the company says that the employees are their greatest assets, they won't hesitate to get rid of even some of the most loyal and hard-working people, in the middle of the crisis. Should that happen, at least you will be left with a highly valuable experience and many transferable skills that will make you an attractive candidate for many roles even outside the hotel sector.

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