DoubleTree by Hilton Employee Reviews in Tulsa, OK
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When I First Worked At Doubletree I Was Nervous Then I Got The Hang Of It, Started Getting Better & Better. Then I Started Getting Tips And It Made Me Feel Great About Myself And What I’m Doing Because I Know I Mist Of Was Doing Something Right.
Good work environment and great co-workers!! But change needed to come in the Kitchen (Chef Manager) and General Manager need to think more about the company than himself 😔
Great co-workers, good work environment!!
Chef Manager, Human Resources Director
You have no value or worth. Your opinions and input are ignored. If you do have a useful suggestion your supervisor will take credit. You will be blamed for all his mistakes as well. There is no real organization right now as they are about to lose the franchise. Black mold abounds and most repairs are just patches as a real repair is not in the budget.
Short breaks, no respect, poor pay
management is all over the place. this is the single most disorganized business ive ever seen in my life. the turnover rate is so high because they have yet to get it together. new hires may not even be able to be trained because there's never any time to spare as each employee does the work of 5 employees. on my first day almost everyone i met told me that i am going to end up quitting and every single person seemed to hate their job. stay far away from this place. the measly scraps they throw your way are not even worth it.
Higher ups only care about money which pressures managers to push employees past their limits. They offer all benefits but when you're only making $9 an hour, you simply cant afford $400 to pay for insurance every month. Extremely disorganized and toxic. Absolutely all the employees were always talking about being stressed and wanting to quit.
The management company that oversees the hotel is only interested in profit. The building is over 40 years old and needs repair and updating but that would cut into profit. Management is poor with little communication between departments. Management is paid well but keep employee wage as low as possible with a 3% raise per year.
Lunch is only $2
You don't matter and are treated that way
Management was bad...to the point I was in tears all the time. The FEW coworkers that made it worth going in doesn’t make up for bad policies, bad management, mold in the office, etc etc DONT WORK FOR DOUBLETREE DOWNTOWN TULSA
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Great Field to advance if your willing to learn. Despite what you will hear, I recommend learning operations and sales to become truly successful. With most hotels, I recommend working for a locally owned or Hilton owned property. Property Management company ran hotels with have lower wages and higher turnovers.
$1 Meals and the Hilton Honors Employee Discount is great!
Hourly employees will have decreased hours in winter months.
Hotel management was constantly on you to raise their SALT scores, but did nothing to help you raise them, and had no trouble at all throwing you under the bus for something they messed up. Insurances are available but prices were high as a single person, nearly impossible to swing with a family on a policy with only one job. Major discounts on Hilton brand hotels were great, getting any personal time to use that benefit was n going to happen, though. Peers in the workplace were all fantastic people, the only other positive there.
Management takes an uncomfortable curiosity to the employees personal lifes by pulling them into an office to talk about it, even when nothing is amiss. Management will also take out their personal life on employees causing a high turn over rate. They play favorites and pick the favorite randomly. There is no communication between upper management, departments, or employees so everyone's training is a bit different causing chaos.
discount on hotel rooms
I enjoyed working here until the hotel starting losing business and was eventually on the market to be sold. After it was sold, that's when everything was turned upside-down. People were quitting and being laid off like crazy. I fell victim to the latter. The benefits were pretty decent under Hilton's management, though it was pretty pricey; but that all ended after the sale earlier this year.
Hilton is very focused on hospitality. They love to take care of their team members as well as they do their guests. There's a team member travel program that lets you get hotel rooms at great prices, and you can extend discounts to your friends and family as well.