General Manager (Current Employee) – Mountlake Terrace, WA – September 18, 2015
I am in charge of checking the audit reports and balancing cash. Taking deposits to the bank daily. I interview, hire,reprimand and fire staff. check rooms. Surpassed financial budgets. Maintain quality and friendliness scores. Take care of staff issues and guest issues. I do the sales and marketing. I do inventory, ordering and receiving. I make sure that the maintenances are kept up with. I make sure that I forecast business needs on a monthly, weekly, and daily basis. Submit payroll for staff. I am involved with the community and known well by locals. The best part of the job is working with people and accepting challenges big and small. The toughest part of my job is getting disengaged employees to get actively engaged.
meeting great people
healthcare, upper management talks down to you. They dont talk to you
owner/stylist (Former Employee) – Walsenburg, CO – January 19, 2016
I had a chance to meet new folks each day try a new style or cut on a new client each day promoting products to the cleats that they could use at home between appointments running the desk setting appointments daily banking etc
Guest Service Representative (Current Employee) – Miamisburg – July 9, 2015
I have learned a lot working at studio 6 enhanced customer service and computer skills. Also, a day never goes by with out some kind of excitement.
Working with management at this property I have come to notice that it is a learning process and training is needed for co-workers as well.
The hardest part of this job is accommodating guest from all walks of life.
The most enjoyable part of this job is meeting people from all around the word weather they are traveling on business or on vacation or even locally due to a unfortunate accident. And letting me know at the end of there stay that they would be returning and recommend us to there friends and family and also, how enjoyable there say was and how helpful we have been.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Rome, GA – September 26, 2014
Reported to hotel. Left to make cold calls to area local businesses and organizations to introduce to travel managers, etc. the newest extended stay hotel in Rome GA, offer discount rates on hotel accommodations. The hardest part of the job was the sale of an extended stay hotel with little to no amenities at a property that was a full service hotel. Our local travel managers look for accommodations with amenities for their business travelers.
Guest Services Agent (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – December 13, 2014
Checking guest in and out Processing different payments Night audit Laundry Most of my co-workers were very pleasant to be around Hardest part was not being able to accommodate all guests Meeting new people from all over the world
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – jackson ms – June 5, 2014
I had a guest one time she was coming from Florida to see her aunt after a long she ask me for a special deal with a nice suite room i gave her a really nice deal on it and when she was arrived at the Hotel she was very happy with her accommodation she was very pleasure to meet me she spent 5 nights comfortably
the hardest part of the job working as a front desk clerk that we have to make sure that every guest will get a pleasant night stand in the Hotel and make them happy
as i am working in hospitality from 1 year i pretty much know how to handle a Guest and what they need at what time i take every single thing seriously on my job and great listening skills. I've a lot of patience working in a hotel
as far as i talk about my co-workers i m very friendly with them and polite and i am a people person.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Midvale, UT – January 4, 2014
I enjoyed working at Studio 6. I was at the front desk, so I checked guests in and out, dealt with payments, customer service, etc. It is an extended stay motel, so there were people actually living there I would see often and got to learn a lot about. My co-workers were great, we got along really well. The hardest part was the manager didn't care about the property or helping out the guests, he was honestly really lazy and was never at work.
Good place to learn some things but not where I would have wanted to stay.
Guess/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – October 28, 2013
Working at this job I was able to experience new things dealing with hospitality by pleasing guests with their requests. I learned how to deal with large amounts of money and how to answer phone calls. At this job I started developing more of my people skills and how to come off as a good person with good intentions. Management was not in order at all. One of the managers didn't treat the workers like he should have and eventually got reported by one of the guests and the other one had other issues that would get in the way of her job.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – dallas, TX – May 23, 2012
I learned how to do sales accounts and work on my own supervising housekeeping and maintenance. I enjoyed working with my team everyone got along so good. The hardest part was having to do alot of laundry at night. I loved when I would get national accounts and close the deal it made me feel proud to be at my job.
Guest services agent (Former Employee) – Fishers, IN – June 12, 2013
Let some employees sleep with the guests and get pregnant. Let same employee walk off the job and rehire them back at some point. Never has maintenace on site to fix problems. Lets the customer say anything and never gets both sides of the story when they compalin.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Ohio – April 12, 2012
This company gives you much room if you know what you are doing and putting up the right numbers. Advancement is really very low after a certain point, if you want to keep your job, long hours are necessary.
Guest Service Representative/ M.O.D (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 15, 2012
*a typical day at work- customer service *what you learned- People dont change *management- Poor Management *your co-workers- Hard workers *the hardest part of the job- getting a raise *the most enjoyable part of the job- Being me
housekeeping (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – September 25, 2013
My overall about this job was that i came to work cant wait to see smiling faces on the floors work . The management and co workers was ok my job wasnt hard at all so i really didnt have any problems. I learned how to take care business more in a fast past