Security Guard (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 14, 2017
As an overnight security worker, I had the ability to autonomously. The training here was poor, and the only other worker I had real contact with was unbearable. After as little as two years on the job I had four to five managers and began to not even learn their names.
Management Consultant (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 14, 2017
Owners and management can not be trusted. You will be used and abused until you can take no more. Then you will be cast away like garbage. Management will curse your clients, throw office equipment, try to get into fist fights with clients.
Laundry/ Lobby Attendant (Former Employee) – Muskegon, MI 49442 – June 14, 2017
Holiday Inn has been my go-to place of employment just about every summer. You are around great people and you get to meet a ton of great people along the way. There are various job opportunities at Holiday Inn and if you work hard you can move up.
Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 14, 2017
Fast paced, hectic at times. Answer phones. Help guests to ensure their satisfaction. Recommend restaurants and leisure activites. Rent rooms and do whatever possible to provide positive guest experience.
Front Desk / Loyalty Champion (Former Employee) – Novi, MI – June 14, 2017
As a company as a whole it is Great but when you get into some of the individual owners it gets a little tricky. They will mislead you to get where they need to be and forget about the ones that got them there.
Costumer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Delmar, MD – June 13, 2017
Great people to work for, management is okay but owners are AWESOME. The hardest part of the job sometime is dealing with guest that are unhappy but we make the best of it and try to give each guest 100% of everything we do
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Berea, KY – June 12, 2017
A typical day working at the front desk of of a popular hotel brand includes checking in guest with or without a reservation in a timely manners, addressing any issues a guest may have that is already checked in, teamwork: helping out your fellow employees with check-ins, answering phone calls and being ready for anything that the person calling may ask for.
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No timed breaks, may be on a shift alone sometimes
We have an amazing staff that works together. Housekeeping, maintenance, front desk, to our management team! With all of us we have a great team. I have learned a lot while working for them. I'm looking for the option to move forward to get into management.
Guest are awesome, coworkers great, pay is horrible
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – June 12, 2017
Great job for a college student, but if you have a family the pay is not good at all. The environment is really good, and the time passes fairly fast. I enjoy engaging with guest therefore the atmosphere suits me