Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Melbourne City Centre VIC – 15 June 2018
With more than 5500+ Team Members working in every facet of the hospitality industry, Mantra Group offers career opportunities at our corporate offices and at 125+ hotels, resorts and apartments, operating under the successful brands of Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree across Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia.
Food and Beverage Attendant (Former Employee) – Airlie Beach QLD – 15 March 2018
Productive, good team to work with, great atmosphere and management was structered perfect there, Worse part was getting informed last minute that we would be hosting major events, and having to race around preparing everything to look amazing.
A great work environment, the staff are amazing, warm & friendly people. Unfortunately Management is not. Managers spend so much time in meetings or chatting that they don't have the time to look after their staff. There is no support structure, no consistency with training or updates. Staff often work over and above their duties with no recognition or even a thank you. Blame is quickly passed on but nothing is done to rectify it. They do have regular food days where the bosses will provide pizza or finger food for staff. They have fun games for special occasions or when promoting a sale.
Free food (sometimes), drinks on a Friday at your desk.
Hard work, rosters that constantly change, no flexibility.
Public Area Attendant (Former Employee) – gold coast, australia – 27 November 2017
a typical day started at the stock room shed, gathering all what was needeed for the day, and then moving to the oputside of the hotel.
the company i worked for were a private company, who held the contrct for mantra on sun city. i was employed as a public area cleaner and have not found another job quite like it. would say it was the best job i had on the gold coast and it wqas close to home
Maintenance assistant (Former Employee) – Brisbane – 24 March 2017
I worked for mantra for three months and was provided with only one work shirt and only one pair of work shorts, not to mention no safety boots. When I initially started I was told that I would have a Bunnings card so that I could access materials, three months later no card in sight. I was fully expected and held accountable to uphold Mantra's manintence standard during the course of my employment. I was also expected to float between three mantra properties with three different start and finish times, not to mention using my own vehicle and mobile phone without any compensation. In the end, I lost all love for the job. There's only so much that paper clips and superglue can do, if you no what I mean.