Pros: eight hour shift, pretty much guaranteed 40 hrs a week
Cons: no breaks, very busy at times, angry guests
Somewhat stressful job dealing directly with guests throughout entire shift, and responding to all requests from guests and staff in a timely manner.
Kept up with daily shiftwork, as well as daily audit packet review, and bank deposit processing.
I learned a lot about time management, and honed my customer service skills.
The general manager is very – more... dedicated to the property, and his staff, and my co-workers were all wonderful and easy to get along with.
The hardest part of the job was leaving the stress from dealing with complaints and accusations at the hotel at the end of the shift.
My favorite part of the job was helping people. I really enjoyed making people genuinely happy, and turning a possibly negative situation into a positive one. – less