Professional and friendly atmosphere with good training.
Pros: managers and employees, training, tips, pay
Cons: no breaks, you pay for uniform pants, inconsistant schedule
A typical day at work consists of clocking in and sticking to the checklist. There are 3 shifts and a different checklist for each one. It is detailed with what to do, at what time, and how to do it. It comes in very handy when you are doing multiple things at once. A high-level of energy is needed. You Take notes of every contact you have with a guest. It is common to work from 3pm to midnight and be scheduled to come in at 7am the next morning. The management is professional and sharp. They go above and beyond for their employees and truly care about their staff and the guests of the hotel. The staff is just as kind. Employees are sharp and hardy individuals. The hardest parts of the job are getting everything done to clock out on time and being able to deal with sensitive topics with the utmost discretion. The most enjoyable part of the job are the guests. Most guests are cheerful and very excited to be staying at a Drury. The company provides good training in different areas of the hotel, such as: kitchen/cooking training, housekeeping training, bartending training, and maintenance training.