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.
Food and Beverages Team Leader (Current Employee) – Darwin NT – 7 March 2017
When you meet your customer needs and make their holiday experience memorable. Specially those people who's travelling from other country to another. Working with co-workers that become your closes friends.
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Darwin NT – 4 January 2017
working at Mantra Pandanas is a fun thing to do because you interact with people from different countries. The supervisor is a wonderful person who cares and love their cleaners. I really enjoy working there
Food and Beverage Attendant (Former Employee) – Melbourne VIC – 27 December 2016
It had good job security, but largely understaffed when very busy. The Mantra Group prioritise making money over employee satisfaction, so always have the minimum number of people on. Despite being promised a certain amount of hours, only half of those were actually given. Not the fault of the supervisor, but the management itself.
Food and beverage Attendant (Former Employee) – Surfers Paradise QLD – 15 November 2016
Dealing with people from all over the world, getting an understanding of how to deal with people from other countrys. finding ways to communcate with people of different cultures and languages. To stay customer focused, customers should always come first. The hardest thing about hospitality work would have the unreliable hours im looking for something that is five days a week with permanent hours that dont change, something to get used to. Hospitality is good in a way where it can all start somewhere and then open your door to the world, nationaly recognized you just had to start somewhere. I am looking for something new at an entry level and to work my way up.
Assistant Manager/ Duty Manager (Former Employee) – Darwin NT 0800 – 21 October 2016
People are very helpful in any way, I've grown a lot as an individual by learning from my superiors. Mantra Pandanas give's a lot of opputunity for growth development, they also offer training management.