According to one millennial employee: “What I like is from the first day they are very nice with me. This is the work that I have always been looking for. I wake up every morning willing to learn something new and I feel important whenever I am greeted as in they know who I am. The other thing is that we are all united, they always ask me if I need any help, they open the door to me, they give me water, they are all very nice and generous. I feel safe when I work and the food is free. Before I used to work in the Omi in the downtown area of Dallas and that place compared to Four Seasons is nothing, even though it is very luxurious that does not make it a better hotel. I am very grateful to be where I am at now because it is an excellent place to work!”
“Four Seasons is unlike any hospitality company I have ever worked for. They truly ensure that you have every opportunity to succeed. They value a personal and work life balance, plus they treat everyone with the upmost level of respect. During orientation they tell you our number one rule is the golden rule. ‘Treat others the way you want to be treated.’ This is a work environment that believes in people who just care about other people, be it employee to guest or manager to employee or even employee to employee. This is a place full of people who genuinely care for others,” explains another millennial worker.
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Millennials in the Organization
|# of Millennials||5,428|
|Millennials as % of total workforce||40%|