Questions and Answers about Candlewood Suites

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Candlewood Suites a better place to work?

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Not sure I would want to work for this comany, not good reviews at all, sounds like underpaid lack of training and a whole lot of drama to me, NO THANK YOU!!!

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Raise pay ,set regular schedules for applied for hours, add benefits so we are able to attract a better work staff.

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Hire better trained managers and maintenance tech

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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.

Answered - Director of Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) - Columbia, SC

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Pay workers more

Answered - Maintenance Manger (Former Employee) - Saint Robert, MO

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Set schedules & higher wages

Answered - NIGHT AUDITOR (Former Employee) - Bloomington, IN

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Taking the pay up to 10$. And make sure my staff get the hours they applied for

Answered - Housekeeping Supervisor (Current Employee) - O'Fallon, IL

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I would use one set person or even a training video to ensure new people are all being taught the same thing the same way.

Answered - Housekeeping (Current Employee) - Craft rd, Olivebranch MS

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I would restaff the entire hotel, except for the maintenance engineer.

Answered - Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) - Warner Robins, GA

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Make sure that all the managers and employees have great communication skills between each other.

Answered - Housekeeper (Former Employee) - Belcamp, Md

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