Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – November 16, 2017
Liked working there. For my first time working in a hotel as a house keeper. But short house keepers. Supriver for the hose keeping. Didn't do her job well. Left alone on my second day. Of training. Came in to do boards for rooms and left. Overall loved working with the other employees.
Front Desk/Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Van Buren, AR – November 16, 2017
If you wanted to start from nowhere and build to something in your career, this place definitely worked hard to build from the inside. I would recommend to a friend or family member to go take a position there if available.
Amazing work environment, hotel needs updating though.
Front Desk Supervisor (Former Employee) – Palatine, IL – November 16, 2017
The front desk at this hotel was very fun to work. Employees and management were very nice and seamlessly got along with one another. Management really looks out for their employees and advocates for them. Unfortunately the pay is quite low, the shifts are all over the place and the hotel is very old and outdated. Overall, it was a very fun place to work and customer service is spot on.
Hours flexible, good work environment, good managers.
Executive Chef (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 15, 2017
Cash compensation was fine, but benefits were severely lacking. The most office politics I have ever encountered, management team continually blame shifting and throwing each other under the bus. "Organization" was non-existent.
• Stocked marketplace with snacks and beverages for guest purchase • Transported hotel guests to requested locations in a safe and timely manner, including airline crews • Assisted guests on hotel property with requests such as luggage delivery •Other miscellaneous errands
free meal company cell phone
micro managing college students, seasoned employees
Director of Sales & Marketing/AGM (Former Employee) – Nevada – November 15, 2017
The Corporate Company has a good business model with high standards. I experienced different owners and managers. Individual companies manage how they want to and in this case they didn't value or promote an open, positive growing environment.
Sales Adminstrator, Sales Deparment (Former Employee) – Corona, NY – November 15, 2017
Enjoyed working with direct manager, learned new systems. Workplace culture was something that needs to be worked on. Management company located on West Coast while hotel located on East Coast and difference on sales techniques.
Night Auditor (MOD) (Current Employee) – 7140 Eastex Freeway – November 15, 2017
Typical Night - Check reg. cards to see who is due in. Learned - Realize everyone is unique Management - Work without supervision Culture - Balanced Hardest part - Turning people away because we're sold out Enjoyable - Connecting with the guest.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Latham, NY – November 15, 2017
Loved working independently, meeting people from all around the word. Moving at a fast but comfortable pace. Manager belittled the housekeepers. Every time help was ask it seemed too be a problem. management only stepped in when important people or groups would come.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – Olean, NY – November 14, 2017
This hotel has since closed. I relocated for personal reasons. I managed all aspects of this hotel. Although my title was assistant manager i was fully in charge as the GM was also the owner and did not participate in day to day operations.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Batavia, NY – November 14, 2017
You cannot count on the current general manager here (2017). He does not take the safety of his guests or employees seriously, and ignores the needs of his staff. Everything about this job is tolerable as long as you aren't personally invested or planning on staying forever.
No benefits or job security, low pay, selfish management
EXECUTIVE HOUSEKEEPER (Current Employee) – Jamaica, NY – November 14, 2017
Being a housekeeper for so long and working around great management I was blessed to learned hotel business. Working at this property with a new GM who barely has the knowledge is overwhelming front desk manager doesn't have the experience neither its almost as position was just given not earned.