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I enjoyed working for motel 6 I have no complaints

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I agree with a lot of these reasons; thought my GM was great until my illness caught up with me a couple weeks ago, he cut my hours to 7 days a week and threatened to give me a bad reference if I quit. Now that was funny cause he know I am very good at what I do, he has offered me a new position but don't think he should have to pay me any more than what I am getting paid. Moving on.

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Support to be 14 rooms, maximum 30 minutes (depends on the situation)

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Have more appreciation for long term employees. A cap on wages @ $9.68 an hour is ridiculous. Recognize and reward employees who are doing job correctly aslaue out in your training. Truly hold people responsible for their actions. Retrain if doesn't work get rid of them. Stop making promises you never keep. If you expect perfect rooms give housekeeping a RESONABLE time to clean it. We are a budget motel and people trash our rooms. Operations manager LISTEN to employees and respond to their issues again always promises nothing done! Benefits are great but the wages you pay make them unaffordable. Having no security cameras is stupid. It could actually prevent some of the crime going on at night. I understand taking GM's off property at to separate them from their job but it leaves no one to deter all the problems at night and expecting your clerks to leave the office and go deal with it is not only dangerous but wrong that is not their job! Pay you people who do good for you well, listen and respond to their issues, treat everyone the same and they won't leave you. That is an incredible assett you don't have! Insane turn over rate! So many incredible people have come and GONE for these reasons. Upper management and presidents, upper human resources, vp's ect. (The powers that be) need to communicate with their bottom of the line employees. Listen to the people who actually DO the job not just what looks good on paper. Treat each property different they all have their own personality, their problems and assetts . Respect their own diversity as you claim to employees. A big mixture makes thing work. Overall communication here sucks, pay is lousey, working environment depends on your boss. Yes I'm very opinionated. I worked for Motel 6 for a long time and figure would never leave. Nothing truly ever changed all those years. A lot of promises for change no true action. Managements idea to get what has to be done was keep piling more one those you can depend on and ignore the problem people since they hold a space you can't seem to fill with good employees. I became disabled over the years and would not have even had a chair if I had not bought my own. The manager said clerks are not going to be allowed to sit after our remodel and refused to get one after the one that had been there 20 years gave out. You can only push your body so far until you have to quit. You know my director of operations never even tried to contact me, a long term employee with an excellent record, and find out what I was leaving. Just an example of how the company truly feels about their employees. Sad, a lot of potential in this company to bad they are so blind.

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It was fun but then my Manger sucks everyday

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It's not a bad company it's all about management so just go by what your gut tells u!

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My first interview was at Studio 6 in Tulsa Oklahoma the first interview it was just a regular basic second interview was hand on experience showing the manager and order that I could perform the duty on time and live on-site 24/7 for any cause of emergency that I could get the job done it is mandatory that I could perform four to five rooms a day

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The answer it for that is very simple it is not up to pin on the manager to make that decision if you're read the policy and regulation of the hit office they make that decision for the benefit policy and vacation and paid holidays it is not up to pin on the manager to make that decision the only thing that the manager could do is recommend and have the TR7 Field Paper and send it to them in corporation then there was sent you a day for vacation holiday and pay events or it erase it is of depend on the May Corporation and a manager to make that decision

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