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- Fraport scored higher in 4 areas: Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Culture & Values and % Recommend to a friend.
- Radisson Hotel Group scored higher in 4 areas: Career Opportunities, Senior Management, CEO Approval and Positive Business Outlook.
- Both tied in 1 area: Overall Rating.
What Employees Say
- "Sozialleistungen" was the most mentioned Pro at Fraport.
- "Work environment" was the most mentioned Pro at Radisson Hotel Group.
- "Bezahlung" was the most mentioned Con at Fraport.
- "Long hours" was the most mentioned Con at Radisson Hotel Group.
I worked at Fraport for less than a year
• Full of variety - instead of standing on one place, doing one task all the time, your day is filled with different tasks to do and many places to go. Makes the job much more interesting •... Excellent management and support - instead of bossing you around, they work together with you. Got my back on many occasions. Very fair. Pleasure to deal with them. • End of season bonus pay - even though the pay itself is not great, got a great bonus at the end of the season as a reward for a job well done. • Finishing work early - depends on the workload for the day but I was often let go early because there wasn't any work or the next team was already there. So it's not a strict schedule which softened the long hours. • 2 days work then 2 days off - long shifts are offset by this. You work hard and then you rest for the same amount of time so the sometimes heavy work or sporadic hours are countered by plenty of times for rest.
• Salary was on the low end - the money you get doesn't feel enough for the things you're doing and the amount of work. If it wasn't for the generous bonus at the end, I would have been disappointed.... • Not enough people during shift - sometimes they require you to do the work for 2 or 3 people which sometimes feels impossible. • Long shifts/night shifts - 12 hour shifts are not for everybody. Sometimes you have to do all night shifts and sometimes you have to go very early to work. Personally, I was fine with the long hours but not with the night shifts. At least you get to go home early sometimes. • Not allowed to collect tips - do not see a good reason for this. It is a customer service role and should be able to collect tips if customers decide to give them.
Advice to Management
• Even though the bonus pay at the end is fantastic, raising the base salary would make the position more enticing for new people, especially for the amount of things you ask people to do. • Put... more people on shifts - 1 person managing the entire lounge should never be a thing, especially when that person needs to go somewhere else, leaving the customers completely alone in the lounge. Should be a minimum of 2 people at all times.
I worked at Radisson Hotel Group full-time for more than 3 years
Looking for better opportunity and growth
I don't trust any one
Advice to Management
This food n beverage industry is very small ,keep encouraging people .