Hilton Compensation FAQ

Read what Hilton employees think about their compensation at the company.

Hilton has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.9. If you want to know how much Hilton employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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10 English questions out of 10

4 February 2021

What are sales commissions like at Hilton?

Pros

A ton of freedom. Room for improvement. Huge network of hotels

Cons

Low pay, not great clientele, no commission or bonus

Advice to Management

Spend money on necessary items.

Low pay, not great clientele, no commission or bonus

4 February 2021

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4 February 2021

Does Hilton offer bonus pay?

Pros

A ton of freedom. Room for improvement. Huge network of hotels

Cons

Low pay, not great clientele, no commission or bonus

Advice to Management

Spend money on necessary items.

Low pay, not great clientele, no commission or bonus

4 February 2021

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10 March 2019

What are pay raises like at Hilton?

Pros

Good benefits, low expectations, flexible

Cons

Unprofessional management, about a decade behind technically, lower pay, minimal raise even with promotions

Unprofessional management, about a decade behind technically, lower pay, minimal raise even with promotions

10 March 2019

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14 August 2020

Does Hilton offer a quarterly bonus?

Pros

Competitive Salary + quarterly bonuses, Hotel Discounts as a team member and other perks, value promoting within vs. outside hire

Cons

None - Best Company I have ever worked for

Competitive Salary + quarterly bonuses, Hotel Discounts as a team member and other perks, value promoting within vs. outside hire

14 August 2020

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16 January 2019

What is the salary like at Hilton?

Pros

Build your own schedule and the ability to work from home.

Cons

Blocking available hours when you were initially told that you can build your hours around your life (yeah right), tech issues, trying to get time off, unrealistic sales goals, putting in place systems/metrics that are next to impossible to meet especially since the types of calls that reservation specialist take have changed, horrible communication, nothing is consistent and pay is horrible starting at $9.00 and hour you are over worked and UNDERPAID the pay rate went up only after employees continued to complain. There is something they call "customer face time" that is affected by any and everything that takes you away from the phone whether the issue is tech related on your end or Hilton. I lost power due to a hurricane and could not work and my CFT was affected and I was written up for it. If you work for a company and the employees are actually providing WAH leads for other companies and you work from home and still dread to get up and log on to work something is definitely wrong.

Advice to Management

Management need to take a step back and listen to what your employees are saying. You make the work environment unbearable and stressful with all the unrealistic goals and putting in places measures that hurt you more than help you.

Blocking available hours when you were initially told that you can build your hours around your life (yeah right), tech issues, trying to get time off, unrealistic sales goals, putting in place systems/metrics that are next to impossible to meet especially since the types of calls that reservation specialist take have changed, horrible communication, nothing is consistent and pay is horrible starting at $9.00 and hour you are over worked and UNDERPAID the pay rate went up only after employees continued to complain.

16 January 2019

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