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Great people to work with
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Plymouth, MNOctober 2, 2014
The people at Hollander are great to work with. The biggest problem are ever-changing priorities handed down from the corporate office.
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worst place i have ever worked
Motel Manager (Former Employee), New Holland, PAOctober 5, 2013
Pros: the people
Cons: the owners
I would get up every morning at 5am handle check outs and start cleaning rooms after i made free coffee for the guests. I would clean rooms for 7 hours or more and then do all the motel laundry as well as any yard cleaning. I wasn't allowed to leave and i was on call 24/7.
The new owners were from the middle east and didn't respect that i was a woman with that title ... I did live on site rent and utility free with a payment of 150 a week. but all in all it wasn't worth it in the end. the only thing i enjoyed was seeing the repeat customers and the locals who would stop in to say hi.
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Pleasant working conditions
Telephone Interviewer (Former Employee), Towson, MDOctober 24, 2012
Cons: lack work
Job security was a major factor. Work was not steady- only working 3 hours perweek at time.
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Part-time job.
Outbound Telephone Operator (Former Employee), Towson, MDJune 14, 2012
Pros: management was good to work with.
Cons: three hour commute round-trip for a four-hour pay.
This was a 5-9 PM job, plus part-time Saturday.

I learned to "cut to the chase." On our last survey, I set a record for most surveys one day and broke that record the very next day.

Our co-workers were very good. I still see them now and then.

The hardest part was that it was a part-time sometimes job.

The most fun was the office parties --- paid on company time.