IHG Hotels and Resorts FAQ

Have questions about working at IHG Hotels and Resorts? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at IHG Hotels and Resorts.

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59 English questions out of 59

2 April 2021

Does IHG Hotels and Resorts offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Young people environment, fast-paced career progress. International mind set and world wide opportunities open to explore

Cons

Long hours, but substantial package of benefits and great development network

Long hours, but substantial package of benefits and great development network

2 April 2021

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19 April 2020

Does IHG Hotels and Resorts offer massages?

Pros

Good work environment, free coffee, good 401k match

Cons

Very transactional work experience, poor benefits

Good work environment, free coffee, good 401k match

19 April 2020

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25 February 2021

Does IHG Hotels and Resorts offer dental insurance?

Pros

Friendly co-workers, set shift, flexible requests for time off

Cons

Health insurance is very expensive for the coverage

Advice to Management

Buy more comprehensive insurance packages that don’t cost $250 per month.

Health insurance is very expensive for the coverage

25 February 2021

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24 May 2021

Does IHG Hotels and Resorts offer parental leave?

Pros

Good pay, good benefits and location

Cons

stressful work, busy, high demands

Good pay, good benefits and location

24 May 2021

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15 September 2020

Does IHG Hotels and Resorts have a pension plan?

Pros

Good employee discount at hotels around the world, good benefits and pension contribution. Overall the company is a good place to work for and innovative. Good global communications Salaries are competitive

Cons

Office location very remote - although they are moving soon In regards to the HR Department, a competitive and toxic culture among HR leaders. A lack of CHRO for quite a while and the toxic culture among HR led to very unfair and questionable people decisions. Besides the 'noise' about being a diverse company, the HR team is not diverse at all, with mostly white privileged people that talks the talk but doesn't do much or have any idea of their area of 'expertise'. They just wing it and keep the big boss happy somehow.

Advice to Management

Run a detailed report on attrition rates related to HR Leads and on their engagement scores, and you'll get your own answers on what needs to be done in HR. Simple as that.

Good employee discount at hotels around the world, good benefits and pension contribution.

15 September 2020

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