Front Desk Receptionist/Night Auditor (Current Employee) – Goldsboro, NC – March 23, 2019
Its a wonderful place to work. I enjoy the interaction with new guests. And I enjoy the resposiblity and tasks given to me for each guest. The employees are more like family and we help each other out as much as possible. Do the job and everything else is cake.
The workers treat every one with the upmost respect
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – March 22, 2019
I think the previous owners sold this property but when i worked there it was horrible. There was not one person that could tell you who talk to about things going on in the hotel as far as owner is concerned it was just bad all around
Laundry Attendant (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – March 17, 2019
Do not work here, horrible managers, roaches in breakfast kitchen, reviews are fake, no one has more than 3 days to work a week & 6-8 hrs to work with $8 an hrs they pay. No raise, don't appreciate workers, treat workers like slaves.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Paducah, KY – March 14, 2019
when i started there it was good then the i did not get my rise after 90 days i had to keep on them then i finally got it i went from 8.00 to 8;50 it was good. then i got sick spring my ankle, sick again . i was to deep clean the rooms in march 2019, but the head housekeeper toke it away from me because she did not thing i could do it because of my knee i had a knee replacement in my right knee 3 of them so it does not workright i could still do my job cleaning and things she said it was because she was worried about my health, i think she was just discrimingating against me because of my knee i cleaned all the rooms right just a little extra clean like lights in the bathroom above he sink and pictures frames .
Assistant General Manager (AGM) (Former Employee) – Lookout Mountain, TN – March 12, 2019
There was never a single hint of culture at that hotel. It was hard as a AGM to get a culture started when all that was around you wanted no part in that. A hotel culture is vital to the security and integrity of any hotel.
Work family and good loyalty
No work culture and a upper management team that does not support their GMs and AGMs
Country Inn & Suites is a agreat place to work while attending school.
Front Desk Clerk / Auditor (Former Employee) – Freeport, IL – March 9, 2019
I was the night auditor there and it was the best thing for going to school full-time. After school was done, it also helped when we had our daughter, so it made it so there wouldn't be a need for daycare. Raises were inconsistent and very low. Unless you planned on being a manager and willing to relocate, there was no chance for advancement. (and that is only because the owners were buying new properties to manage and needed more people). I worked there far longer than I had intended. Perks included getting half-off a room for any Country Inn property,
I loved the night shift, half-off rooms.
management, pay, feeling less appreciated as the years went by.
New ownership always looking for negitive never anything positive after 2 years i left the deneral manager was a great lady that cared about the emplo
Executive Director housekeeping (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 9, 2019
After 2 years there I left because of new owners very unprofessional and always negative, I have worked 50 plus hours every week with no appreciation from them they have alot to learn about how employees should be treated ... they even ask if I bribed housekeepers to go with me they left because of lack of appreciation and negative aphomosphire ,they put me on salary 2 days before payday and took all my overtime away how illegal is that ...the only positive thing I can say is about the general manager but that is the only reason I stayed there 2 years
Front Desk Associate/Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – March 6, 2019
I enjoyed my time working with the company, many different types of people you meet there and different vast cultures its really quite fun! With the right team and management the job tends to be much easier to deal with the more you are able to get along the more productive you will be.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Portage, IN – February 26, 2019
I love working at country inns an suites it was fun good management good staff it was my second home.. Some days was good an some days was bad when some staff call offf but overall a good place to work
suitable for those with open availability and those who desire minimal hours
Front Desk Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – February 20, 2019
Country Inn is a nice establishment for those who desire minimal pay. Although there are incentives, you will not receive the raises promised. The night shift is perfect for those who desire a relaxed environment, contrary to the morning and day shift.
dissorganization throughout management and employees
FRONT DESK CLERK/NIGHT AUDITOR (Current Employee) – Lincoln, NE – February 17, 2019
I love working here, i have a 12 year old daughter that i need to be home for. I work, 2nd and 3rd shift and this takes me away from that. I also need more money a hour to be able to take care of my daughter otherwise love working here