Cashier (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 9, 2018
I thank them for the job but it is a dead-end job that pays less than required to maintain a 600 dollar apartment. There is a lot of talking about one another amongst other shady happenings here. If you have to work here, make it temporary.
Family based work environment working with people who can help build your career while enjoying a work life balance.
Payroll Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 5, 2018
Great environment to work in with people from all walks of life. Quick ability to move up in the workplace and has a great work life balance. A place you can earn experience growth while making a potential long lasting career and income.
MANAGER (Current Employee) – California – July 12, 2018
the company is well structured and is evolving with the times. The CEO's and VP's are kind and understanding people who greet every employee as part of a family. Of course, there are some people who will always feel special and will make trouble but they get outnumbered by those who really care about you.
Valet (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 3, 2018
Great work opportunity if you are looking for part-time. Some days are slow if there are no events, but at worst you are getting paid to stand around. Managers are pretty flexible if you are a hard worker, and generally, there are options for job growth if you consistently prove your worth within a year or two.
Barricade Attendant (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – May 17, 2018
It was a nice temporary job (seasonal), as I was loaded with 18 hours of school that semester. It was only for the home Auburn Football games, but it still put a good bit of extra money in my pocket and kept me motivated for the semester.
Valet Parking (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – May 10, 2018
Provided superior customer service by greeting the guest as they first enter into the hotel, writing claim tickets for their vehicles, and parking their cars. Other services include assisting hotel guest with their coats, and luggage.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 16, 2018
I started out at AAA paking about seven years ago and glad I did. I only have a high school education but have been able to move up from an ambassador to supervisor and now assistant manager and have 4 properties underneath me. When I started I was full time hourly but with the special events they offer, you can work even more and that I did. Within a year and half I was promoted to full time supervisor at one property and part time supervisor at a different property. I have earned raises every year that I have been with them. I am now an assistant manager on salary. If you work hard in this company and let them know you want to move up chances are you will! Some things that has helped me really advance in this company is doing the jobs my peers would complain about with a smile on my face. When asked if I could stay late or come in on my day off I would jump on it. Dressing well and well groomed sounds funny but it helps you stick out from your peers who wear stained worn out uniforms or clothes, and needing hair cuts. Not saying everyone looks like slobs. I do recommend this company for anyone!
Many locations to work and special events to make more money!
Customer service (Former Employee) – Stone Mountain, GA – February 11, 2018
Supervise and develop work instructions for area and monitor for continuous improvement. Comply with policies, procedures and management standards, and ensures adherence with all laws and regulations. Processing and invoicing Inventory Customer service. Responsible of welcoming hotel guests and providing welcoming environment.