VERY hard work, not for everyone
Steward (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – February 5, 2017
A typical day at work is waking up at 5am, setting the dining room up, serving breakfast to 3-4, 8 tops, then cleaning up the entire kitchen and dining area, then housekeeping - cleaning 8-10 rooms, stripping the sheets, vacuuming, cleaning the bathrooms, then setting up the dining room for lunch then serving the passengers lunch, then cleaning the kitchen and dining room again, preparing for dinner, then we would all have "special tasks" .. then we have about 30 minutes to shower, eat and get ready for setting up the dining room for dinner then serving the passengers dinner, then desert ...afterwards we clean the dining room and kitchen ...by this time it is 8 at night and you have just worked 15 hours and the best part about this whole thing is what I just listed and went into detail about is your work day EVERY SINGLE DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK! NO days off, ever... unless you quit.
no days off, no life, no benefits