Front Desk, Full Time (Former Employee) – Whitsett, NC – January 15, 2019
I was happy with the work place at first, but over time management was taking advantage of me. I worked when I had a fervor just because management didn't want to find someone to cover my shift. i felt i did way more then what i was payed for, i had to do management work because the manager didn't want to do their job.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Coraopolis, PA – January 10, 2019
Was a very relaxed environment, but there was a lot of "drama" as the employees were all younger than me. There was some issues where I would clock in iearly and work but not be compensated b/c it wasn't approved.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ME – January 9, 2019
• Operated communications equipment. • Assisted other hotel personnel in various capacities including overseeing the entire front desk when the manager was unavailable and handling purchases at the gift shop when it was short-staffed. • Answered calls and routed them to the proper guest or department when the switchboard operator was unavailable. • Issued room keys to guests upon check-in and answered questions regarding how to use them properly.
Night Audit (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – January 9, 2019
They lowered my pay rate. After negotiating that I needed $11/ hr, I was then TOLD that I would get paid $10/ hr instead, then on paper I find out what I’m really getting paid is $9/ hr. After addressing them about the $9/ hr they show sympathy and want to add Fifty Cents.
Great $9.50/ hr ... Night Audit/ Security/ Manager
HOUSEKEEPER (Former Employee) – Greenwood, MS – January 7, 2019
working at comfort suites was a great experience. I learned a lot and met some unforgettable and really nice staff workers which I now considered as great friends. My communication skills and self-esteem improved drastically. I would say the management was some what poor for there wasn't good communication and understanding skills. My position, which was housekeeping, wasn't hard at all for I found it quite relaxing, calm and peaceful.
Front Desk Hostess (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – January 2, 2019
At Comfort Suites, we had a phenomenal work environment. We were trusted to handle multiple areas of the hotel at one time. There were over 100 rooms and the front office staff was responsible for taking care of them after normal business hours. As a result, I learned how to multitask and become innovative.
general manager is new to the hotel industry and has issues with allowing anyone to decisions. He doesn't hire enough staff or have enough inventory for the hotel. there are suppose to be 4 big towels 4 hand towels and 4 face towels, and he only has the housekeepers put half of that. linen is not cleaned or changed like it should
front desk clerk (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – December 28, 2018
Forced to work holidays but no holiday pay. Anytime there was room for advancement they added in one of their kids to take the” title “while your left doing the management work at the same pay you’ve made for years with empty promise of the next position available.
Laundry/Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 19, 2018
comfort suits was a great place to worked i loved it there the guest were amazing and very kind to the staff theoften tip but we turned it down...staff always showed up on time and ready to work it was just an overall great place to worked and i loved it
free breakfest allowed hours over timne was avalible
some times the rooms werre trrashed form guest partys
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Altoona, PA – December 19, 2018
Great place to work due to limitations of health problems. If I needed breaks due to health I would be allowed to take them as long as my work was completed to standard requirements. The hardest part of the job was pushing the sweeper for me but was able to get through because of the breaks I took. I was more productive due to the breaks I took on regular basis.
If you want meet a variety of people this is a good place to start
Guest Services Representative (Former Employee) – Palm Bay, FL – December 14, 2018
it was a good place to start after relocating. I met a lot of interesting people but the manager was hardly ever around when needed causing conflict among the employees. Pay was low but what can you expect from hotel front desk