Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Birmingham, MI – June 14, 2018
It was a fun atmosphere, co-workers were friendly, work was not hard and at times very fun. Management was ok. Because I had previous experience in housekeeping, I was able to start at $10.75 instead of minimum wage. Was able to get discounts on rooms if I went on vacation and stayed in that brand hotel. Pay was every 2 weeks.
Front Office Manager (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 13, 2018
This place is toxic. Management team is horrible and make you hate your job more and more each day. They beat you down and are quick to point fingers.
A few great guests that were regulars.
Management is quick to cast blame without checking facts, Management takes no responsibility for their own actions, HR manager will tell the entire world your "confidental" business, GM/HR/ AGM do not support department heads, There is no united front approach, Upper management has zero respect for other, managers/ lower level employees. They are in it for themselves, coasting until retirement.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Front Royal, VA – June 13, 2018
This is.not a bad.place front desk and other departments are great! However housekeeping is hard work for a little pay. No matter how hard you work.you can't get anywhere. Supervisor of.housekeeping doesn't know what he's doing and shouldn't have that job. The executive housekeeper is great and works hard. The second executive housekeeper is rude and very.unprofessional! This place is.nothing but.drama.and most the drama comes.from the.supervisor and the second executive housekeeper. Stay away from this place.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – June 12, 2018
Manager is horrible they do not care about there employees no raises ever no sick days no appreciation they dont care if you are sick if you kids are sick being pretty gets you farther than being good dont recommend to anyone
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – June 12, 2018
Among clerical and administrative, the was the amazing interactions with the guests coming through the hotel. Being able to share details about your city and being able to recommend what you think they may like based on the occasion(s) and then hearing how much they enjoyed their experience when they return. I learned how to become a liaison between the brand IHG and the management and staff to make sure the hotel was staying true to its brand. The hardest part of the job wasn't ensuring the guests needs were met, it was working with disgruntled employees who brought their drama and bitterness to work. The most enjoyable part was seeing and hearing about the satisfaction of each guest(s) personal experience.
Hotel Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 11, 2018
Other IHG properties know how to treat their employees. This IHG on the other hand seems to hire people who lack social skills to be the face of their company. Management makes this particular location a nightmare to work for.
Guess Service Representative (Current Employee) – Concord, NC – June 11, 2018
Overall its a great place to work. Management works with you to the best of their ability. Just keep in mind it is open 365 days a year and it is a 24 hour a day business. So you must be willing to work all shifts, holidays and weekends.
Night Auditor (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA 30004 – June 11, 2018
This is a nice modern and clean environment. Holiday Inn has high standards for their properties. We get consistently high reviews from our guests. If you want to work in the hospitality industry this would be a good option.
HouseCleaning+Help+Need (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 11, 2018
HouseCleaning+Help+Need... Good and fine location to have more experience I would be needing the services of a cleaner for general house cleaning weekly and I am offering a weekly wage of $350. We are a busy couple and duties includes but not limited to cleaning the rooms, scrubbing the floors, washing the toilets and bathroom and general house cleaning. We are a neat couple and highly conscious of our environment. Also, we are easy going, loving and respectful. We would be needing your services 3 times in a week (Flexible) and a minimum of 3 hours on each day. It could be a Part time job if you have one already. .
Excellent advancement in company working with close nit group of people in a fast paced atmosphere.
Interim Front Office Manager (Former Employee) – Roswell, GA – June 11, 2018
This job started as a receptionist and I advanced to interim front desk manager. A typical day involved counting cashier drawers, checking guest in and out of guest, making reservations. Making plans and reservations for guests, making schedules and preparing payroll. Also hiring and training employees in customer service. Resolving customer issues and employee issues was the most difficult and rewarding part of this job.
Challenges, helping guest day to day with all their needs and requests, no day was the same, opportunity to advance in the company.