Front Desk Attendant / Guest Services (Former Employee) – Spring Lake, NC – September 19, 2017
Enjoyed most Co-workers but management was unwilling to listen to employees. I learned that bad management can bring down a good team. The job was not stressful in itself but being treated the way we were by management brought down the morale made the job a lot harder than it should have been.
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Bensenville, IL – September 17, 2017
its right by the air port so its always fast past most night are sold out. its a good place to start out I learned a lot there and was able to move up and get a better job because of what I learned there. you have to know how to work alone. most of the time its just you so you have to know how to manage everything at once. the owners are great people to work for!
Kitchen Manager/Hospitality (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – September 16, 2017
Long hours and hard work with short staff. I learned how to a lot of work in a small amount of time. Management at the time I work was very stressful to work under. The hardest part of the job was working with not enough staff. Always short staff. The most enjoyable part of the job was leaving on time and the location. I was promoted in less then three months.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – September 13, 2017
Checked people out and In Took reservations helped do laundry Manager was great Culture was great People not showing up to cover there shifts The pranks we would play on each other, being help to to help customers face to face.
FRONT DESK ATTENDANT (Former Employee) – Beaufort, SC – September 9, 2017
This was an ok position, however my husband worked 1st shift and i never got to see him. Made decision to leave the company. This was a decision that i did not come to lightly and do not regret decision.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – September 6, 2017
I've worked hotels before and this is one of the cleaner nicer properties I've worked with however this company was bought out by a foreign husband and wife who had absolutely no idea how to run a hotel they seemed to have some sort of business knowledge I will give credit where credit is due but as far as running a hotel they were clueless. More than half the staff quit and due to this corperate sent a second gm from to oversee the property and help get things rolling and within 5 days he quit called corperate to transfer him back to his old job.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – September 6, 2017
No breaks. No paid time off. No benefits. Not allowed to even sit down for a 10 minute break. Expected to do housekeeper's work. Owner refused to pay over time, but demanded you work over time if someone calls out.
Executive Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Emporia, VA – September 6, 2017
I enjoyed working at Country Inn. The job was laid back and I enjoyed meeting new people. The hardest part of the job was that they didn't offer enough hours. Even being full time you barely made forty hours a week.
Maintenance Worker (Current Employee) – North Carolina – September 1, 2017
1. The work environment at location is different than anywhere else 2 .Management could be a lot better than what it is 3.The Job is not that hard but they make it stressful 4.And the pay could be a little better
Front Desk Attendant/Night Audit (Former Employee) – Ocean Springs, MS – September 1, 2017
I worked at Country Inn & Suites for a couple years and in those couple years I received at least 3 raises that I can recount. I was always paid very fairly however management is a mess. The owner is not willing to hand over the reigns to the Manager and talks badly about employees to other employees. Was not a very professional atmosphere. The hotel can be very slow sometimes and other times you have 15 people wanting to check in at the same time. But for the most part it's very slow and there's not much to do.