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Laundry and House keeping
Laundry and House keeping, Part-time Summers (Former Employee), Mount Vernon, ILMay 30, 2014
This was a part time summer job while attending school. Great environment and people that I worked with. Managers where always ready to help you if there was an issue needing addressed.
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very fast pace
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDMay 30, 2014
Pros: on my own working
Cons: management stole pay checks
I liked working here for the little time i did work here it was a very fast pace and I liked working on my own
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fun environment
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee), Charlotte, NCMay 29, 2014
Pros: great people
typical day was fun, playing music and adapting to crowds. there is nothing like this environment
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Not bad
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Waite Park, MNMay 29, 2014
ers into Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the official honor society for community colleges.
Membership in PTK is based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, community involvement, and fellowship. The minimum grade point average to be eligible for induction into PTK is 3.5.
“One of the main values of PTK is service,” said Kerby Plante, PTK advisor. – more... “The current PTK members have contributed over 1,000 hours of community service during this last academic year while also maintaining an average GPA of 3.77. Many of these members also have families and work over 20 hours per week. The level of dedication and the caliber of person who is a PTK member is evident by the results shown in their community as well as their academic achievement.”
SCTCC has participated in PTK since 2006.
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Fun
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Mesa, AZMay 20, 2014
This place is fun to work for because of all the action that goes on but it is not meant to be a long term position.
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Its was a fun work place.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee), Chino, CAMay 20, 2014
A typical day at work, dealing with stress customers. Just ready to get settle in their room. I learn to maintain a high customer service, and showing customers to be greatly fairly well. Management was very productive with his work area. and always doing his best. The hardest part of my job, was having swings shift. My enjoyable experience was, working – more... with my co workers. – less
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Productive work place
Front desk GSR / House keeper (Former Employee), Danvers, MAMay 8, 2014
They teach you a lot about Hotels and motels u get to interact with guest from all over the country the guest will compliment on ur great customer service
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fast paste job and love the people
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee), Coalinga, CAMay 5, 2014
This is nice place to work the management is very good and loved working this job.
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ok
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Tuscaloosa, ALMay 5, 2014
Pros: 30 mins
Cons: no timefor breaks
no team work at the company.but other then that pretty good place to work
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second job
Laundry Worker/gsr (Former Employee), North Palm Springs, CAMay 1, 2014
laundry was the hardest due to lack of mngmnt skills,your on your own no manager guideance.check in guests
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DR. OFFICE
DESK CLERK (Former Employee), Long Beach, CAMay 1, 2014
MY TYPICAL DAY AS A VOLUNTEER WAS TO TAKE PATIENT BLOODFOR THE DR. TO DIAGNOSE PATIENTS. I LEARNED HOW TO TAKE THINGS ONE STEP AT A TIME AND GET THE JOB DONE IN A TIMELY MANNER. THE CO-WORKERS ARE GREAT AND ALWAYS GAVE A HELPING HAND WHEN NEEDED. THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART WAS HELPING OTHER AND GETTING MY JOB DONE.
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thank goodness
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Carson City, NVApril 30, 2014
I left when I did found out shady things were going on. there is a blessing when you leave a job.
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I love cleaning
Housekeeping (Former Employee), Albany, NYApril 27, 2014
Pros: tips
Cons: no elevators to carry linens back to the rooms if working on the second floor
a typical day consist of me clocking in and going straight to work, cleaning the rooms and disposing all trash out of the rooms, checking and sanitizing the restrooms, stocking them up the proper supplies, sweeping and mopping floors, disposing of dirty linen to the laundry room, assisting stay in customers with extra linen.

I learned how to work at – more... a fast pace and clean the rooms at a fast pace. I also learned about different chemicals and how to use them properly for each task.

The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to stay busy. – less
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Fun and exciting place to work at.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee), Waterloo, IAApril 22, 2014
Pros: got to meet alot of great people, holiday pay
Cons: no benefits
Very fun place to work at, got along with everyone. The hardest part of the job is when you to deal with upset or irate guest,
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I never worked for a manager like this one
Housekeeping/laundry (Former Employee), Tampa, FLApril 10, 2014
I enjoyed the other housekeepers, we got along and tried to work together to get the task at hand accomplished. But the manager is another story. I never worked for a hotel and the manager would make us get on our hands and knees and scrub the walk ways, that was maintenance men's job with a water pressure. Not here including our 15 to 30 rooms we had – more... to do we had to scrub the walk way. I find that unacceptable to me. – less
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Working at Motel 6
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee), Altoona, IAApril 10, 2014
Cons: everything, distance, people
was very unorganized and they definitely took advantage of my youth and wanting to work and help out. I never got any weekends off and they were leaving me completely alone on the night shift by my 2nd day because they did not want to take the extra time to train me, and if I would make mistakes they would just write me up instead of showing me the – more... correct way. – less
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So fun to work at
Manager On Duty/Night Auditor (Former Employee), Madison Heights, MIApril 10, 2014
Pros: fair management
Cons: benefits unavailable for first year of service
Too bad this Motel 6 can't be a full service location
Family like work environment
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Great Learning experience
MAINTENANCE MANAGER (Former Employee), Wheat Ridge, COApril 8, 2014
Good job and atmosphere. Learned a lot in HVAC and pool maintenance.
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Exciting Place to meet and greet customers
Night Auditor Front Desk Clerk (Current Employee), Glendale, AZApril 7, 2014
Pros: meeting new people and provide them with great service.
Cons: n/a
Currently no issues with staff or employer.
Enjoy working and helping customers get the customer service expected.
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Good at first, until you mess up
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee), Raton, NMApril 4, 2014
Pros: the staff other then the manager and her neice are amazing people, most of the customers are friendly
Cons: the manager and her neice do not have the proper skills to be in charge
When the previous manager was employed, this was a very good place to work. Everything ran smoothly because he cared about what he was doing, and wanted the guests to be happy. He would go out of his way to make sure this always happened. After he resigned and the, at the time, manager on duty took over, it was still a good place to work. Soon after, – more... she hired her niece who was impossible to train, and constantly made mistakes, because she would not take notes. She and I got into an altercation, where she became very unprofessional and made me feel threatened, though it never became physical. I mentioned this to the M.O.D, but she did nothing to fix the problem. When it was brought to her attention that the corporate office may possibly be notified of the situation, a write-up was threatened to both myself and the other girl. they were torn up and never submitted, due to an agreement to get along. After this, everything was fine until she went for her certification to become manager. I was training to be manager on duty. While she was gone, another general manager came down to watch the property. During this time, I was to be shown how to do anything on the computer, such as the optimizer, ordering, and other managerial duties. We had a meeting over the phone while she was gone, in which she called myself and a housekeeper out in front of the staff about any issues we were having. She belittled both of us, and we both felt it should have been dealt with in private. When she came back to the property, she continued to find any possible problem with me that she could. From being out of ink in her printer, to "over communicating with the other staff members". The maintenance man informed me that she was telling the staff members that I claimed others were doing drugs in the break room, that I was misinforming the corporate office of what was going on at the property, and that I was telling people she and the maintenance man were having a baby together. A few days after that, we had a meeting and I let everyone know I was not doing any of the things that were being said. she then informed me I was not going to be the M.O.D., because the area manager wanted to pick. I found out a few days later she was letting her niece start the training for it. About a week later, I was told that the manager was trying to turn people against me and make me uncomfortable working there so I would quit and couldn't collect unemployment. I have always worked for what I have, and wouldn't mooch off the state if I am still able to work. The night before I quit, I had a line of people trying to check in, 5 lines ringing on the phone, (which I did try my best to get to every line by the third or fourth ring), and I was trying to keep phone contact with maintenance because he had shut off water in part of the buildings. My manager called claiming she had tried to call 7 times. I apologized and explained my situation, but that seemed to make her mad and she told me to go home because "I wasn't doing my job", and if I wanted, I could go back the next day. I had to drop money, but I needed change. I tried to get some out of the vault (which said it was completely stocked with change), and there was no change in there. I dropped what I had over and and left a note to explain why it was different. I was told by another employee the next day that she was telling others I stole the money and yelled at her and walked out. I didn't go in to work because I had an interview with my current employer, where I got hired on the spot. I am aware that isn't the best way to leave a job, but it worked out better that way. – less

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