I enjoy what the company has to offer, not my particular location.
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, AL – February 10, 2017
At Hampton Inn I was a Front Desk Attendant. My job was to provide guests with an enjoyable home away from home experience, which enforcing hotel policy. I preformed check ins, and check outs. I made fresh coffee, cleaned the lobby, desk area, and kept the social areas presentable. Management changed multiple times while I was at this job in 1 year and 1 month. I respected my managers, but their managers asked them to do things slightly unethical that made the job harder. I loved the job because hospitality is what I love to do. I wish I could have stayed longer and had a better experience, but I cherish the time I had with my guests. I met people from all over the world and all walks of life. I tucked a sick old lady into bed, put flowers in surprises in rooms, laughed and cried with my guests. It was more of an emotional job than physical, and that was both a good and bad thing.
Working with the people, the company itself, most of my coworkers, the extra needs kids that volunteered with us
No break ever, only 1 raise in 1 year, hours cut with no notice