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Anonymous shared this review of Hyatt, United States on Jan 22nd, 2020
"Overall a great place for women to work. Flexibility on the manager side more than the hourly employee side, but in an emergency or serious circumstance, they were flexible as needed. I was passed over for a promotion by another woman who had been with the company at another location for a long time. She had proven her success in sales. I never had a chance to prove myself, even though I had been a great employee at my location. I wish my experience at that property had been taken into consideration and they had given me the chance. I would have worked very hard to prove myself, whereas the person who came in just coasted through the work."
Anonymous shared this review of Hyatt, United States on Jul 10th, 2019
"This is Male dominated culture and we need to change that! "
Anonymous shared this review of Hyatt on Apr 16th, 2018
"Hyatt is a nice place to work they have full medical and dental."
Anonymous shared this review of Hyatt on Nov 28th, 2017
"Not a good place to stay long-term. Good entry-level experience."
Anonymous shared this review of Hyatt on Jul 22nd, 2017
"Overall, a great employer. Given the nature of the hospitality industry being a 24/7 operation, work-life balance is hard to achieve for all, not just women. There is an evident lack of women in senior leadership roles, especially General Managers and in certain departments such as Culinary, but this has been a strong focus of the company's over the past few years. "