Housekeeper (Former Employee), Wilmington, DE – August 10, 2014
A typical day at work would include, communicating with patients n all floors of the hospital and building relationships with all employees. The hardest part about working in a hospital and experiencing patient deaths and the families mourning.
Director (Former Employee), Virginia Beach – July 23, 2014
Cons: can get hectic
Interview, select, train, schedule, coach and support associates, ensuring they perform in accordance with established brand or hotel standards and consistent with HHM core values. Inspect guest rooms, public areas and grounds for cleanliness, appearance and safety. Answer inquiries pertaining to hotel policies and services and resolve guests’ complaints – more... and concerns. Observe and monitor staff performance to ensure efficient operations and adherence to policies and procedures. Prepare schedules based upon occupancy and assign duties to workers and schedule shifts or notify vendor of weekly staffing needs. Take inventory and submit periodic inventory orders to insure supplies are purchased in a timely manner. Prepare required paperwork pertaining to departmental functions. Be aware of and communicate guest service scores to drive improvement and higher guest satisfaction. Develop and implement policies and procedures for the operation of the department or the hotel. Follow sustainability guidelines and practices related to HHM’s EarthView program. Practice safe work habits; follow MSDS and OSHA standards; wear protective safety equipment and participate in safety committees as directed. Perform other duties as requested by management. – less
Housekeeper (Current Employee), Syracuse, NY – July 14, 2014
Pros: make people smile
Cons: health care
A typical day was talking to all the senior citizens. I learned a lot of different types of jobs that are done at a senior citizens apartments. The management was nice to work for. I got along with all of my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was seeing all the lonely senior citizens that did not have any family. The most enjoyable part was going – more... in and talking to the senior citizens and making them smile and laugh. – less
Environmental (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – July 4, 2014
My typical day value due to the patients and what my manger what me to do. I learned how to wax floors and cleans patients room also learn bout the surgical style.My co-works was good people to work with an I made friends as I work for this company. The hardest part was when they cut my hours down due to the company policy. But other then that I really – more... enjoyed working for this company – less
Housekeeper (Former Employee), baltimore, maryland – June 30, 2014
It was pleasant to work there, I typically picked up trash, clean dining area, vacuum cubical, clean women bathrooms on a regular basis. When short of workers we all had to pitch in to get the work done. Management was fine had an issue with a manager about a certain job asked of me to do I could not fulfill due to health and weather issues, but we – more... resolved that issue. i got along with my co-workers very well. Really I don't have anything negative things to say about the job. My salary was the most enjoyable part of the job. – less
Great company made it as far up the ladder as I could
Grounds Manager (Former Employee), Charlotte, NC – June 5, 2014
Pros: good equipment and middle management
Cons: weather and no place to advance
There where no typical days all work was on a weather and seasonal basis. I learned a great deal about safety and issues involved in running a 700 residential facility. Great co-workers we all put in some long hard day but working for the residents made it good.
Fast paced work environment geared towards maximum efficiency
Assistant Director (Former Employee), Baton Rouge, LA – June 2, 2014
Pros: managerial knowledge
Cons: directors were not always able to provide time for teaching.
- I would get to work at least an hour before my shift started so I could do any scheduling/planning for the night in regards to: assigning employee tasks, dealing with call-outs, and getting feedback from the day shift. - I learned a vast amount of knowledge in regards to managing and multi-tasking between forty employees and administrative duties – more... each shift. I was able to work closely with each employee during the shift and learned each part of an employees nightly duties. - I came in with limited management knowledge only having done an internship before starting my professional career. I was able to learn many managerial duties including: business administration, planning/ scheduling, inventory management, payroll, hiring/firing, employee training, and budgeting. - the hardest part of my job was running an entire shift covering employees in all parts of the hospital, while keeping my cool under pressure. - the most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with my employees each day and putting out positive criticism. – less
Environmental Specialist (Former Employee), Cheektowaga, NY – May 15, 2014
I like the Co-Workers and the workplace when i was working. The job that i was working i was doing on my shift and the Management had favoritism towards other Co-workers and this other worker is stealing a lot of things from work and Management does nothing about it.
evs (Current Employee), Charlott ,Nc – April 24, 2014
Pros: meeting new patients everyday.
Cons: not enough people to get the job done need more help.
A typical work day would be cleaning two areas of the hospital and the rooms when the patient discharges. I learn that every patient is important. I do not enjoy management as much they are not as understanding as should be and dose work as a team. I enjoy working with all my co-workers. The hardest part of the job is a lot of dirty areas and not enough – more... people to do the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is meet new people and working with my co-workers. – less
Kingston of Ashland gave me growth potental to learn many areas of the company
Enviromental Services/Receptionist (Former Employee), Ashland, OH – April 17, 2014
Kingston Of Ashland was a good place to work. I had learned so much in my time there. I started in the dietary dept. then took a full time position in environmental services. Meanwhile I became a prn receptionist. Usually I would answer calls and receive/send emails. Also, some book keeping/cash handling was required
Assistant Manager / Supervisor (Former Employee), Livermore California – February 23, 2014
Pros: a lot to learn
Cons: trying to gain accounts for lines of business
I liked to work for this company because I got to learn a lot about hazardous waste and the procedures that came with it. I also learned about radiation and worked closely with big companies to disposes of it. I learned a great deal with the OSHA codes and the CFR 49 regulations. With the DOT shipping experience I received I am able to apply this training – more... for other employment – less