American Hotel Register Company Careers and Employment
Since 1865, American Hotel Register Company has supported the growth of hospitality by building strong relationships. Now a premier hospitality supplier and still family-owned, people and partnerships continue to drive everything we do.
At American Hotel, we are distinguished by our vast product selection, expert capabilities and ongoing commitment – more...to meet the growing needs of customers in hospitality and other related markets. Our family culture inspires our collective interests and efforts. Our associates volunteer their time to numerous community organizations, and each month we spotlight a worthy charity. In our work, we strive to expand our skills, be open to fresh ideas and adapt to changing technologies. We support personal career growth through a variety of professional development opportunities and we continue to benefit from an increasingly diverse workforce. Today, our more than 900 associates are excited to celebrate the company’s 150th business anniversary. – less
What is it like to work at American Hotel Register Company?
Family business own
Written by Territory Manager- Central Florida, 07 (Current Employee) from Vernon Hills, IL on July 10, 2019
I have improved my B2B skills, cold calling. I'm very business oriented,
have a strong relationship with my customers and have learned how to overcome objections. I love that I get to do something different every day.
What do employees say about American Hotel Register Company's culture and work-life balance?
Fast-paced, Always busy, Lots of proactive change
Written by Customer Care Specialist (Current Employee) from Vernon Hills, IL on June 14, 2019
A typical day for me involves communications between customers, multiple departments, vendors, and carriers, regarding reported quality issues. I work from an email queue and my primary communications are through email, so it is essential to be as responsive as possible. Metrics are recorded for the number of issues we pull from the queue daily.
On premises cafeteria, Pto, Great health programs, Certified Woman Owned, new technology, intern programs, on site CPR training opportunities
Cross department communication could be better, end to end process SOPs might be necessary, opportunities to attend seminars or classes; no meet and greets between departments;