General Manager, Hotel Reviews

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Based on 733 responses, the job of General Manager, Hotel has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.16 out of 5. On average, General Manager, Hotels are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a General Manager, Hotel?

December 2015
"Problem solving."
General Manager, Hotel:
Pros: Helping people.
Cons: Lay offs.
December 2015
"Thinking above and beyond."
General Manager, Hotel:
Always put your best foot forward to make your guests feel like the most important person during their stay. Be one step ahead to anticipate needs of the hotel, foresee possible conflicts and areas/guests in need of special attention. Have lighting focus but keep your work at the hotel from funneling into tunnel-vision; there are so many facets within a hotel to make it operate properly, market well and be successful - all need your attention.
January 2016
General Manager, Hotel:
Have the passion. Love your job. Communication.
March 2016
"You can count on me."
General Manager, Hotel:
Pros: The relationships that are built between the guests and the employees.
Cons: Work is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
July 2016
"Don't watch the clock."
General Manager, Hotel:
You get what you put in, those that don't watch the clock, work the time required and with the effort required get the best rewards.
September 2016
"Staff relations."
General Manager, Hotel:
I learned that one of the most important aspects of running a successful hotel is to have good relations with your staff - they are your contact with guests, and that is what hospitality is all about.
October 2016
"The boss."
General Manager, Hotel:
Pros: The people that I interact with daily.
Cons: The stress of everyday operations.