Night Auditor (Current Employee) – Castleton, IN – November 9, 2015
Do to being the only staff on premises, my jobs are as follows:
Responsible for safety and well being of all guests. Checking in and out all guests accordingly All audit paperwork including but not limited to monies for my shift, direct billing for property location, auditing computer paperwork for other co-workers. Preparing breakfast and pre-breakfast clean up of dinning area. Prepping for End of Month- Beginning of Month.
Working on my own and using all of my skills to do my job
Looking for a job with a fast paced company with many chances to advance
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – February 26, 2013
A typical day at work: come ready to work What I learn: how to be a team player working in team as well as by my self. management: always on good terms I don't have anything bad to say My co-worker: they enjoy my company The hardest part of the job: nothing The most enjoyable part of the job :I enjoywhat I do
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Americus, GA – April 22, 2014
During my time here I really truly enjoyed mostly everything. There were only two things that I would say needs changing. That would be the amount of Bed sets that are available and the vibe that was felt from the Head Housekeeper. I enjoyed the customers and the hours that I was scheduled to work. They worked with my schedule during the week when I started school. It was an overall positive experience.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Harrisonburg, VA – November 10, 2013
IT was very unusual to work at a hotel that was very slow but yet organized. We started the day by managing our task through the the computer and getting involved with what our managers had for us after we assigning duties to the housekeepers. The co-workers were great and loyal to the business. Everything was enjoyable except that it was empty during the morning hours. Very easy job.
it's a good workplace. everyone there works hard at the tasks they are given. i enjoy goin to work everyday.
Guest Services and Associate (Current Employee) – lancaster sc – May 16, 2012
It's a good workplace. It allows you to build and establish great work ethics without you having to work extremely hard. All the employees work hard at the tasks they are given. I really enjoy such a laid back job that allows me to develop and establish such great work ethics. It makes me look forward to going to work everyday.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Trussville, AL – February 4, 2013
Customers are happy with there rooms i learn to keep a smile on my face that it can change a person day. Makes sure the job is done. Gets job done. The hardest is the easy part.. Knowing i have please all my customers
Auditor (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 6, 2012
Check-in check-out, auditing for previous day activities, answer phones, and compare rates. Count cash drawer, faxing, copying, 10-key, running reports, and making deposits. The hardest part about the job was the compensation. I enjoyed the routine.
Night Auditor (Current Employee) – Wilmington, NC – November 8, 2013
this hotel has a very good staff and management is great, This is a stable place to work and everyone gets along, the manager is very fair in her scheduling. I can"t think of any cons, except pay could be a little better
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Eastman, GA – April 18, 2012
I come in clock in and go through the reports, check guest in check them out make, sure rooms are clean, makes keys, answer phones, send faxes, make reservations, clean lobby, and front desk clock out.