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Bi Weekly- York, PA

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No they do not do background checks nor do they do drug tests.

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If I were the General Manager of the Candlewood Suites I would focus on the overall quality of time that the General Manager would spend with each employee going over the basic duties at the hotel. This would open up the door to assist the client in learning mover information in regard to their position in the work place.

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The advice that I would give a new employee to listen to all of the information that the General Manager advises to the employee in regard to their skills when entering their new job. Listening is very important to all employees to move up with the company.

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-require 2 front desk agents per shift for safety
-promote from within instead of hiring managers/sales managers from other hotel chains
-stable/reliable scheduling (though that's more at the management level not CEO level)

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During my medical leave after a hostile "employee meeting", I requested my 8 hours of accrued sick pay. I was never given an answer about getting it. The last check I had with work hours paid, the sick pay was not included. I was fired without my knowledge during my medical leave (4 weeks ago now) and I still have not received my sick pay due to me.

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I can only speak about the Vancouver/Camas, WA location. Hostile work environment and very poor. I was told by the General Manager in what was supposed to be an employee meeting that I was an infectious employee, no one there was my friend, and that I was not to talk to anyone except him ( J.G.) or the Front Desk Manager (J.P.). All because I complained about two Front Desk Agents constantly dumping their work off on me (Night Audit). The incident caused a medical issue and my doctor released my from work for a couple of weeks. During that time, without my knowledge, I was fired. No communication from them except demands to return to work.

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Yes they do

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Are you able to perform the duties of the job?

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Fired. My sister was scheduled for surgery we both requested day off so i caj be there with her and manager only approved sisters so i called off because i needed to be there

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