Pros: fun if you like cleaning, meet new people, recognition
Cons: hurt knees, not enough time to do everything they want you to do, didn't provide masks while using strong cleaners
I worked at Days Inn and even put down in my online resume that it was Days Inn so I don't know why they are calling in Wyndham Vacation Ownership. So I will review it as Days Inn.
When you get to work you clock in and receive your list of rooms to clean for the day. Then you take about 10 minutes to set up your cleaning cart and then you're on your way.
I learned to make a room look fabulous as well as fix a few toilets, sinks, and lights.
The management was okay. Not bad, not really good either. They seemed to be very scattered with scheduling their workers and I, a lot of times, seemed to be working on my scheduled days off. However, toward the end they seemed to get better at it. Not to mention, the managers are very kind and would sometimes make us foods and give us gifts during holidays.
My co-workers were always a joy to be around. When I first started working at Days Inn they invited me to eat with them, unfortunately, they spoke spanish and I couldn't understand them haha! But it was very nice of them to include me and they are very nice people.
The hardest part of this job was being on my knees or crouching all the time. My knees were very sore all the time until I resigned. Another hard part was trying to get my housekeeping cart through the snow. Took up a lot of time I could've been using working.
The most enjoyable part of this job was being able to listen to the radio while I cleaned and meeting new and different people every day. Although it did feel weird cleaning the rooms while the guests were in there! However, a lot of them did make it feel more comfortable. And lastly, training was fun. It was fun to train people in something they are new to.