You come in to work and rock the whole day away management is great everyone felt like family a second one that is but overall not a bad place to work when it gets busy in the summer winter hours get cut and you only work about 1 or two days max a week. That's basically the only downside.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Lima, Ohio – July 14, 2016
I experienced a wrongful termination from the owner, harassment ,inappropriate violation of boundaries from a coworker and mistreatment from management and coworkers. I would sooner suggest a person to be unemployed, homeless and on assistance before working here.
Front Desk Clerk, Weekend Breakfast Manager (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – July 11, 2016
This was a great place to develop a work ethic. My coworkers were great and management always came to work with a sense of humor. The pay was lower than it should have been but overall an enjoyable experience. A typical day included preparing the food for the hotel guest, busting tables, delegating tasks, and multitasking.
Everyone that I had worked with here was so warm and friendly. It made me really enjoy my work life there. The managers are always willing to help you with your schedule if anything unexpected happens.
There was no trust between the owner and the staff. It was a very uncomfortable place to work. The other staff was good to work with but, also felt the lack of trust that the owner showed toward all of the staff.
Decent place to work if you are not working overnight shift.
Houseman (Current Employee) – Bedford, NH – June 30, 2016
While it has a friendly and welcoming enviroment to it. The Country Inn and Suites also has some drawbacks. For one, if you're working the overnight shifts, DO NOT expect to get all your work done every shift and also be prepared to be sleeping all day and working all night.
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) – Orangeburg, SC – June 20, 2016
Country Inn and Suites in Orangeburg, SC was a newly constructed hotel; therefore, I got the opportunity to be in on the ground level of the business. I worked as a Front-desk Associate on the first and second shifts. My responsibilities included: providing excellent customer service using Opera property mgmt software to check guests in and out and book reservations.
I was usually scheduled for 1st shift which was conducive for my young, busy family.
Employee (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 13, 2016
this place needs a few upgrades in every department. . the pay is to low for the amount of work they want you to do. needs to show hardworking employees they are worth keeping. This is good place to work because of the workers
Front Desk Reservations & Night Audit (Current Employee) – Clinton, TN – June 12, 2016
I enjoy serving the guests that come in and sharing a smile with them. The hardest part of the job is when the restaurant is completely full and you have to hustle harder and remember where each meal goes.
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – June 8, 2016
This location is ran on a skeleton crew and if one person doesn't show up, you will be expected to pull a double or else be put on the manager's naughty list. You will be expected to do things that are out of scope for what you are hired to do. If you are female, do not work here, the manager is inappropriate. Do not leave your phone unlocked or else the manager will snoop through it. The co-workers are awesome, it's the management that is the problem.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Aiken, SC – June 5, 2016
country inn and suites was a great place to work for! i was only with the company for a short amount of time but it was an inviting environment! I loved that i was always getting to meet new people from some interesting places! Some of the guests stayed with us for a while and it was great getting to know them and build relationships!
Front Desk Assistant (Former Employee) – Fitchburg, WI – May 23, 2016
I like it, I really did. But on the down side, "some employees" (not all) but "some" may not relieve you when they're supposed to. And "some customers", (not all) but "some" expect the Front Desk to make executive decisions that they are not authorized to do, and can get upset with the person behind the desk.