Questions and Answers about Extended Stay Hotels

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Extended Stay Hotels.

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To show houorable and behavior very good everyone everybody.

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My interview went great I completed my profile very day the GM sent me my offer letter and background paperwork..Start date is on Monxay..excited

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Acording to job

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Interview was fast basics questions some job requirements were covered but NEVER the FULL job DESCRIPTION or was purposely left out. The acceptance email to sign for background process that should have come no more than 24hrs took the manager a month to send me. I had turned down jobs waiting for it. Nothing was professional was also not told could only be 2 days a week even though agreed part time about 32 hour's. Lots of miss information at interview ASK LOTS OF QUESTIONS LIKE ARE THE FRONT DESK AGENTS THE ONLY ONES THAT DO THE LAUNDRY AND DISHES FOR ENTIRE HOTEL AND HOUSEKEEPING STAFF....Ask for your hourly rate for sure not a maybe because the answer it pays such and such but manager states will make sure you get more due to your experience get that in writing before the acceptance email

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Short and simple.

Answered - Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) - Lake Mary, FL

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It was good and getting to know me and what would i do in certain situations . it went like a normal interview

Answered - Night Auditor/Front Desk Clerk (Current Employee) - Kent, WA

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The process was very easy. I got hired the same day of my interview and received my offer letter via email by the time i got home.

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I had a hard time just to get an interview manager was never at site

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It's kind of lengthy. You interview with the GM, then the DM. They use the behavioral interview process.

Answered - Assistant General Manager (Current Employee) - Birmingham, AL

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Informal interview setting.

Answered - Guest Service Representative (Current Employee) - Columbus, GA

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