Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Florida – May 14, 2017
This type of job is best suited for individuals with no children and who just need pocket money. Its been a great learning experience and first opportunity in the hospitality industry but if you are very active with your community and or family this is not a beneficial job. Shifts are limited and unless you are in management, there are no benefits. In a sense it could be considered a dead end job. If you are elderly or dont have an active social life its perfect for pocket change. Very hard to sustain a family on just above minimum wage with no raises or incentives in sight. The most difficult part of the job is encountering individuals who are unhappy.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 12, 2017
Responsible for developing and delivering all general sales and marketing training courses. Assist in developing sales training materials for very specific topics and smaller groups. Often asked to perform motivational speeches at company’s large gatherings once each quarter. Responsible for scheduling all training sessions throughout the year for each department.
Inspector\housekeeper (Former Employee) – Southaven, MS – May 12, 2017
Its all over the place no set schedule as far ascwork position..rush to complete day to day task..small hotel.. But its like you are over worked.with lil pay. An no clock in machine .checks be messed up
Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Asheville, NC – May 12, 2017
As the night auditor, I worked alone (except when training a new employee), so my interactions with other employees was limited to shift changes. It was a professional but fun place to work We had a number of managers in the years I was there--some good and some better suited to other businesses.
Housemen (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – May 9, 2017
busy day,and i learned a lot from that place how to make beds clean rooms and really every thing. management was great. work place was great. nothing really hard about the job.the most enjoyable thing was going home after a long day of work
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Weeki Wachee, FL – May 2, 2017
you usually dont have much to do until you have guests or phone calls to deal with the rest of the day you sit down and wait for something to happen , but management is terrible . there was not hard parts in the job it was pretty smooth
Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Abingdon, VA – May 1, 2017
I loved working here, I had a lot of fun working here as a night audit. My favorite part about the job was that I got to work in the hotel at night all on my own and that the rates I received at other Choice Hotels were fantastic. I learned how to work on hotel doors, and pools along with learning how to run financial reports for them at night. Most enjoyable part of the job was that it was laid back and that I got to meet people from all over the country (sometimes the world).
Front Desk Clerk (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – May 1, 2017
My day begins with paper work such as room assignments, checking guest folio and printing guest registration. I make room key for arrivals and parking pass. Check guest in/out, manage cashier shift and answer phones. I love my job but recently my boss found out i use to be a head housekeeper/inspector and has been putting me on the schedule for hk and not by my choice. I like front desk work so im look for a front desk job.