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Essendo un Hotel di 833 stanze in zona 1 a Londra era sempre molto affollato, questo significava che il lavoro da svolgere era impegnativo (non nel senso di difficile, in quanto se si ha la buona volontà si impara molto velocemente) ma nel senso di lavorare assiduamente per alcune ore ed essere costretti a posticipare la propria pausa pranzo per esempio. Nonostante tutto, sono molto contenta ad aver avuto la possibilità di lavorare in un posto del genere, continuamente a contatto con gente proveniente da tutti i continenti, sia per quanto riguarda i colleghi di lavoro che per i clienti dell'hotel. Questa esprienza lavorativa mi ha aiutata a migliorare, oltre che conoscenza della lingua inglese, anche la capacità di lavorare in situazioni di stress e di essere flessibile ed adattarmi alle esigenze lavorative o a diversi orari lavorativi a volte. Ad essere veloce e precisa allo stesso tempo nel svolgere i miei compiti, aumentare l'autostima e la fiducia in me stessa e anche la soddisfazione ad essere in grado di fare il proprio lavoro correttamente. In conclusione, consiglierei questa esperienza a chiunque voglia mettersi in gioco proprio come ho fatto io, in quanto posso dire mi abbia aiutata a crescere sia personalmente che professionalmente (quando dopo 10 mesi lavorando come Receptionist, ho chiesto il trasferimento per poter lavorare in ufficio/Back Office, una soddisfazione personale ad esserci riuscita e ad avere avuto l'approvazione per poterlo fare). Tutto questo percorso ha agevolato lo svliluppo di aumentare il grado di responsabilità, la capacitò di empatia e problem - more...
General company culture is poor with people who shout the loudest getting further than people that are actually good at their job. -Various changes have seen several global roles moved from London to Singapore which has meant communication within departments has been very fractured and unorganised. With most of the day to day work being carried out by the London team with no real recognition or acknowledgement. It became a regular occurrence for the London team to asked to create new strategies for global, only for us to be completely shut out on implementation or execution even though this was supposed to be within our remit. -Senior Management would regularly bully staff and external agencies including refusing to pay agencies unless they carried out extra work for free. -HR was a mixture of people who didn't want to help employees and people who were unable to due to the company setup. For example, they are unable to share exit interviews with other regional HR teams due to data protection laws, even though most of our team report into people outside of the UK. -D&I is severely lacking, I had several issues with this during my time at MHR and the response given from HR was laughable and never really taken seriously. Compared to other department & industry standards, the salary was pretty good but it still not worth the terrible company culture. Overall, after having to work with all of the regional teams and hotels, it became clear that the toxic work environment was just the MHR way, encouraged by senior management at all levels in every region. Would - more...
High turnover means that you can work you way up through the company very quickly.
Blame culture, lack of communication, heavy reliance on external agencies for day to day work.
Been working for M&CH for about 7 years. In 2012 thanks to a great Head of Events in one of the Hotels based in SW London I had the chance of learning everything I know now. However once this Head of Events left the venue, there hasn't been any other great manager since. Poor interest in staff training, very much underpaid, only preferred employees will progress within the company, it is not a meritocratic system. Will never work for a Singaporean chain ever again as the whole focus is centered on profit and not quality.
no meritocracy, profit preferred over quality, very low salary.
Very busy and fast paced environment where staff has to be able to liaise with different departments to ensure smooth running operation. Need more in house training to have cross skills staff, high staff turn over and the salary was average. Overall it was an experience working at the Millennium and enjoyed my time there.
lucky enough to have worked with colleagues who taught me life lessons and how to do my job. It is incredible place to work. It was almost like family
Free lunches, free dinners, training on a wide range of skills, nice environment with nice colleagues.
Long work hours, mentally straining
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the job itself is very easy not challenging at all can be very tedious as it's repetitive. Management is atrocious company lacks good management in all areas it is a terrible mess, there's no structure and there's a lot of gossip so don't trust anyone it's like a playground. employee turnover is extremely high which i guess says lot. there are no tangible benefits apart from being overworked and abused
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