- 5,011 oct. 2022
Très bienCuisinierAncien employé, plus d'un anBordeaux
13eme mois pourboire prime repo
Travaille supplémentaire coupure manque de personnel
- 4,016 août 2023BellmanAncien employé, moins d'un anMcLean, VA
These pros are moreso about the company in general: the benefits at this company are SO good; free food everyday; some of the best healthcare around; company trips & travel benefits; this company really is THAT good.
The cons have to do with the bellman position itself; at my location, I was fulltime & minimum-wage (in Virginia, it's $12 an hour). Now you'd expect the tips to make up for it, but it was rare that I got any good tips here. And I've worked for other hotels & made AMAZING tips at those other hotels, so I know I'm good at my job--its just the clientele at my particular Hilton-location were cheap. I wouldn't mind this as much if I was part-time and if i was able to do something else more productive (like be in college at the same time), but the bellman-position here *requires* you to be 40 hours a week. With bad tips, $12 an hour fulltime (while doing nothing else to help your social mobility) is not sustainable in today's world, so the position burned me out (And it doesn't help that you can't sit down at ALL on the job). The benefits are GREAT--but the pay itself: not so much. In the end, It just wasn't worth it since there was no 100% guarantee of moving up from bellman.