Shuttle Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Jamaica, NY – January 26, 2016
Get to work, perform vehicle inspection then continue to pick-up passengers. Throughout the day there are plenty of pick-ups and drop-offs to and from JFK airport. I can say that I learned every crease and crevice in JFK airport pretty well. The boss is always overwhelmed w/ work because there is always a shortage of staff w/ people calling out or just not showing up. Co-workers are pretty cool because we're all actually there to accommodate one another due to high traffic of passengers coming in and out. The hardest part of the job is saying no to overtime because there is always extra work to be done. The most enjoyable part is meeting new people from all over the world travelling in and out of the country
First of all being in a small dusty, busted up booth was bad enough. You have to deal with customers attitude because there unpleased with this parking spot from the jump because they never have uncovered parking spots and the outrageous prices. Then you have to deal with mentally unstable managers and supervisors who act insanely rude and disrespectful towards us. No breaks I repeat NO BREAKS! Because they feel like it's a privilege to be sitting down in that hot sweaty booth while others are moving around. The job is very easy if they let it be easy. If they not trying to make the job harder. You live off of junk food there as well nothing healthy in sight. Do not believe that lie about working with your schedule. They give you a terrible schedule that they pick out for you and it will leave you very tired and wore out! Last but most definitely not least. You have assistant managers and supervisors who make disrespectful jokes about co-workers also use profanity out of this world and x-rated talk. I do not know about other "The Parking Spot" but this is what I have experience at this place. That is the reason why I resigned. Do not work there, trust me for your behalf you can do way better than this.
Days turn fast from start to finish. Continuous flow of traffic with the stready arrival and departure of flights.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Humble, TX – August 5, 2015
The hardest part of this job is dealing with the elements. When it rains, it pours and the Texas heat is relentless. Co-workers are a joy to see and share shifts with. I learned how to work continuously without getting much Personal time. You gotta stay on point in the hospitality industry. Customers are always seeking assistance.
do not work here take it from me its horrible pay, buses broke down everyday, bad radio equipment rude dispatching 10 minute breaks when its supposed to be two 15 minute breaks policies only followed when management wanted to follow them basically the business was ran however they wanted to run it its not worth it!
Dispatcher/Cashier (Current Employee) – Humble, TX – May 4, 2015
I am ENJOYING...Meeting new guests. Problem-solving. Making guests smile day or night after a rough airport time. KNOWING Management always has your back unless you curse out a guest. It feels better than family. There is a co-worker or two that tries to bully you but that's there way of coping with their own personality flaw. I feel no racism/prejudiceness from any upper management and look forward to coming to work to help our guests. You need to love Customer Service and helping people.
Driver/cashier/dispatch and valet (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 11, 2015
If you love people and aim to please you will love it here. If money is important this is not the job for you. You must be a team player, slow to anger and dependable. The best part of this job is the guests. The hardest part of this job is veteran employee relations they give you a hard time and this could run you off and considering the pay it's not worth it but if you can get along with anybody and respect from your co- workers is not important than you will secure your position for life. Loyal company, great bosses, good benifits.
Great guests, fun environment and job security
Not enough hourly pay, more room for advancement, and not enough variety
Overnight Shuttle bus driver, Dispatcher, Greeter (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 1, 2015
typical day at work consists of transporting customers, to and from the airport. lifting luggage from customers vehicles to the shuttle in a timely fashion all while incorporating the highest levels of customer service, and driver safety. overnight shift consist of three employees and a supervisor three nights a week , job is generally easy
Tips, Networking connections
No benefits, no room for advancement, no seniority system, disrespectful employees, no night differential, low raises, cliqued up employee atmosphere, working third shift you are invisble to management, defective equipment, nepetisim
cashier/dispatcher (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 26, 2015
A typical day at work started with counting the cash at the cash register and signing off. Something valuable I learn working there is time management and perfecting multitasking. the management was great so was the coworkers. In my opinion there was no hard part of working there every aspect of the job was enjoyable.
a typical day was greeting welcome customer back from a trip or vacation. Handling money and using a computer software for money. Offering customer a bottle of water and making sure they have a great level of customer service.
shuttle bus driver (Current Employee) – houston tx – March 10, 2015
to work for the parking spot is very challenging to do you never know what kind of a day you are going to have (i,e tip wise) it could be a great day or it could be a bad day It's a good place to work but there are days that they have to many driver's and it get's hard to make any money .
car wash guy (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 28, 2015
very hard work. sometimes mentally and physically challenging work. but all right. Jody and managers are cool!! you work in all weather conditions. regardless of the weather. employees are treaded fairly, but it s hard to do strenuous work outside in the elements sometimes. Bus drivers and guests are usually courteous..