Front Desk Rep/ Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 13, 2018
Between busy phones and repeat business guests, Fairfield Inn was a fast paced friendly work environment where I learned hospitality management, and enhanced my skills as a service rep. Management was supportive and displayed professional exemplary behavior for the staff to follow. I most enjoyed having the ability to build relationships with the guests and how appreciative most would be when they noticed your attempt to meet their needs while away from home.
Head of Maintenance (Former Employee) – Orange Beach, AL – December 13, 2018
Poor management, cut throat, only wanted me for seasonal work but did not tell me that when I was hired. Short cut to save money. No plans in place for the day, week or month. Bad work ethic on manager part.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Branson, MO – December 10, 2018
Fairfield is a good company to work for I’ve been there for a little bit and I like it, it can get hectic at times especially on sundays which is the busiest day of the week. Only downside is your timed on your rooms and I feel like your not given enough time
Front Desk Clerk (Current Employee) – Georgia – December 9, 2018
The GM doesn't run the hotel, the employees do. Prepare to work all three shifts in one weeks time. Be prepared to work 2 other jobs, along with this one, to make ends meet. Be prepared to not receive proper training. Be prepared to have the schedule changed three times before ALL employees are happy with their days off (Because the employees bully the GM) If you don't speak up about it, you will work every single weekend. There is only one employee working after management leaves each day. You have to run front desk, do light maintenance if a guest has problems, and deliver guest special requested items to their rooms. There is no other employee there to notice you never made it back to the front desk if something terrible were to happen. I worked many years with Hilton, the training I received, as well as the opportunity to advance, far exceeds anything I have experienced while working at this particular Fairfield Inn & Suites. There is no specific training manual to fall back on if you have a problem and no other employees around to help you. I can't wait to move on to a more permanent career with a better company!
Discounted hotel stays
No breaks, low pay, dangerous working by yourself 2nd or 3rd shifts.
Front Desk Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 7, 2018
wile i was working for the fair field i had great customer skills .I also had great comments and reviews from guest also had several regular guest ask for me personally to help them i was always willing to come early and help when we were busy. I also drove shuttle and help set up breakfast and arranged dinner reservation for guest
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Russellville, AR – December 5, 2018
There were times where I would have 18 rooms to do by myself and still be expected to leave by 3 o'clock (I would clock in at 9). There was drama going on all of the time with the other housekeepers and the owner and whoever was the general manager at the time.
Guest Service Representative/ Night Audit (Former Employee) – Butte, MT 59701 – December 4, 2018
The Fair field is a good place to work, the staff really feels like one big family. Most days everybody is willing to help each other to get the job done. The few who do go above and beyond I feel don't get recognition.