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American Hotel Register Employer Reviews

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No where to go
Southeastern Distribution Center Supervisor (Former Employee), Kennesaw, GAMarch 10, 2014
Pros: not micro-managed
Cons: nothing new in day-to-day operations
The typical day was balancing inventory and making sure all the orders were created and pulled accurately. My boss was the manger at the facility and he had me running the operation while he stayed in meetings or went away for work purposes. The hardest part of the job was getting all of the orders processed in time the trucks came to pick them up. – more... The best part of the job was fulfilling all of the orders and getting congratulated. – less
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hoe to get screwed
Customer Service (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVMarch 4, 2014
Pros: nothing if you are not at the top
Cons: good place to learn what not to do
DO not even approach this company for a job. If you unlucky to get in you will probably last about 6 months if that. Not one person below manager that I started with is still at the company. It is a family run company that refuses to let go of the reins. They hired an outsider as CEO but would not allow him to make any decisions. They capped pay and – more... bonuses during the recession and than after business came back they reduced it even more. The owners talk about how generous they are but only if you are in the top tir of employees. If you do not pull your quota within 4 weeks you will be shown the door They have a hiigher turn over rate than any retail chain out there. – less
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Great Beginner Warehouse Job
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), Fontana, CAOctober 8, 2013
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: no advancement
great place to work full time and attend school. little to no advancement within the company
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Productive
International Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee), Vernon Hills, ILJuly 5, 2013
A good place to learn and practice human relations because of the diversity of their employees.
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Stimulating work environment surrounded by co-workers that knew the demands of the company were directly related to behavior to staff.
Intern (Former Employee), Libertyville, ILJanuary 24, 2013
Pros: co-workers/staff
Cons: after internship company was not in need of additional workers.
The layed back environment made it easy to communicate needs and potential discomforts with work environment.
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Able to make money if you are in the right segment
Acquisition Account Representative (Former Employee), Vernon Hills, ILSeptember 21, 2012
Overall, the company does a lot to show it cares about its employees. I was in the specialty segment which gets forgotten about in a sense. The employees who worked with hotels, got the most recognition and did the least, not to mention made the most commission. Work on the hotel side if your going to work sales here, not specialty (government, healthcare, – more... timeshares, gaming, etc). – less
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Good enviroment,good ideas..bad implementation
Territory Manager (Current Employee), Nashville, TNMay 11, 2012
Pros: compensation
Cons: bad delivery, customer service
Calling on existing and new accounts everyday about our programs
and new ideas that are coming out in the industry.
Good management when I started with company, now all sales are being micro managed to the the point that we can't do the job we were hired for..sales.Co workers are some of the best I have ever worked with...hands down! Hardest part of – more... job is watching whats happening at a corporate level and the lose of jobs,cutting postions,
poor customer service,lack of product to be delivered and can't really do anything about it. Most enjoyable part of the job is meeting people,my co-workers and feeling good about what I do everyday..
helping customers save money, time a bringing value to them. – less

About American Hotel Register

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