Loundry (Current Employee) – Columbia, MO – April 2, 2017
Owe I clock in when I get to work and chill and talk for a few then get to work . I make sure there's towels and linen avaliable for the house keepers and Asus any costumers in need of directions or towells. I sort the towells from the linnen then I fill the washing machine with either a mix or based on what the house keepers need. Then I loud the two dryers and fold any towels that's still there from last time to get reddy for the house keepers and repeat this sickle. When dun I make sure to shut and turn of the light.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – April 1, 2017
This place was, umm, not that great. I usually worked the breakfast shift, and was told to chat with everyone while they ate, and also told to ask everyone what room they slept in. I considered it an invasion of their privacy, so I wouldn't do it.
Assistant General Manger (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 30, 2017
Loved the people that i worked with. Loved the challenges that each day provided. Making guest happy is what i loved. workplace Experience as Manager on Duty Handling Express check In/Out Cover all positions as needed such as Executive chef and Executive Housekeeper Handling and Research of customer complaints and concerns.
Ensured that all hotel activities were done adhering to appropriate standards. Continuously checked the hotel processes. Managed the activities of a staff in excess of 10 personnel. Acted in additional capacities as General Manager & Asst. General Manager. Hotel reservation agent. Group booking liaison. Banquet and Room Sales
Accounts Payable processing invoices, preparing payments and reconciliations. Accounts receivable processing of payments, application of cash and credit cards. Prepared payroll time sheet and maintained proper documentation
Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Wildwood, NJ – March 30, 2017
The owner is a very happy, understanding and friendly man which makes the work environment very pleasant. I worked the over night shift which was a little calmer than during the day. The over night position is only available in the summer season! Also working the over night shift leaves you by yourself so there are a lot of extra duties to handle sometimes such as maintenance and housekeeping responsibilities. Keeping security of the establishment was also very important for the safety of guests!
Great job if you want unclear expectations and to lie to people on a daily basis. Bad culture. The only way you can make a buck is by taking advantage of people and making them angry. This company doesn't do anything good for anyone in the world if it doesn't benefit their pocketbook.
Great people. Made a number of good friends.
no work life balance, no time off, pay is only good for sales.
Assistant Executive Housekeeper (Current Employee) – La Crosse, WI – March 28, 2017
Ensure guest satisfactions in the rooms and common areas. Learned how to multi task, take pride in your duties and to work as a team. Workplace was laid back, all employees were nice. The hardest part of the job was high season when you have to flip the hotel for the next reservations coming in.
Hectic job environment with little appreciation to workers. Supervisors are not readily available to staff. Have to work all weekends and holidays. Management is authoritarian and shows little appreciation toward jobs well done.
Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee) – East Stroudsburg, PA – March 28, 2017
The job it self is not bad it all management. Your direct coworkers are great. The rules change based on managements feelings for the day. The rules make your paycheck. They have no respect for employees and HR is a joke.