Very outstanding place to work met a lot of people
Housekeeping Attendant (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – December 4, 2016
Fun place to work on-the-job training they will work with you if you have a situation with his heart in his meeting days off great benefit package the only thing I disagree with was that housekeeper and assistant housekeeper or relatives and it's not often that you see them inseparable
Will try to accommodate you on your days off when needed
Add certain people doing extra work that was not recognized
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Effingham, IL – December 4, 2016
I've been with the company for 5 months, I'm told there won't be a raise or any benefits at all offered. I feel that the pay is despicable, how can anyone live off of $660 a month? Don't good employees deserve recognition? Why is there no raise offered after 90 days? I enjoy interacting with the public and I'm a faithful employee who feels unappreciated by the company she's employed by.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Benson, AZ – December 3, 2016
Management was wonderful, understanding and easy to get along with. The job itself was easy to understand, and co-workers great. Learned how to deal with good customers, difficult and irate ones as well. Also learned SOFT HOTEL software, used in many hotels across the country. I would definitely work in this hotel again.
Wyndham can be a family company. Great colleagues and some opportunities to train and develop and a positive approach by most associates. Pay structure can be developed to better fit the employees. Communication from top can be slow but overall a good company.
they put a lot of effort in creating a diverse company.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – December 1, 2016
I loved working there but in the end it was hard to work with management due to poor management skills. I learned that management was not open for new ideas. My co-workers were good at what they did and took what ever advice I gave them into consideration. The hardest part of the job was bringing problems to the new General Manager that was not trying to listen to anything that I had to say. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the guests.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 30, 2016
The day start out with checking guest out from previous night. Making reservations for guests as well as checking guest in and out of the motel.Working with friendly co workers everyone got along. The hardest part of the job is having that one dissatisfied guest. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to meet a variety of people from all walks of life
HOUSE KEEPING (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – November 29, 2016
A typical day at work would be like milking a cow. I learned how to just stay to my self and stay humble and have patience. I love all my co workers They hardest part of my job are dealing with very rude custermers so I just kill them with kindness and just smile. The most enjoyable part about my job is clocking in and clocking out.
Fast paced front desk work, people skills are a must!
Front Desk Clerk, Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Batesville, AR – November 29, 2016
This job taught me to interact with people. Day shift and evening shift are both busy, with costumers checking in/out respectively. Night audit is slower paced, but requires more extensive training. Hotel staff must work together as a unit in order to provide a comfortable, pleasant experience for the customer.
Front Desk Clerk - Customer Service (Former Employee) – Springfield, IL – November 27, 2016
I enjoyed the days where it was slow and there was not much to do, because the worst thing about them was that it was boring. On busy days it could either be great or a disaster depending on guest behavior. On the job, I learned how to deal with people of all types, both good and bad. Management was alright; very professional but not very relatable. I enjoyed some of my co-workers, despite there being a pretty big age gap. The hardest part of the job was dealing with undesirable guests. The most enjoyable part of the job was when all of my busy work was done and I could monitor the building and pass time however I like.
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – November 24, 2016
Wingate offered me my first opportunity in getting into the hospitality and restaurant business. Here I learned what it would take to start off as a front desk clerk and be promoted to Assistant General Manager through working hard and making choices others didn't want to. I had a great boss who mentored me as I came up through the promotions.