Fast paced Strict Demanding Workplace with no lunch breaks
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Caddo Valley, AR – July 15, 2018
Typical day was stripping rooms getting assignment of 9-11 rooms to clean loading cart with what was available at the time One other employee Management was strict and harsh. There was little to no time to eat if sitting for more than what I timed @ 6 minutes you were checked on and questioned. Animal droppings in the main areas and outside clean'up are housekeeping responcibility but only paid by room
GENERAL RESERVATION REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH 43214 – July 13, 2018
A friendly and productive place to work. You will gain a great sense of purpose when all your training and nesting skills are shown in every aspect of the job. I.e. the appreciation they show all the staff no matter what role on play in the G6 Hospitality Team.
Houskeeper (Former Employee) – Buellton, CA – July 11, 2018
There is a lot of work especially in the Laundry Room because of all the sheets and pillow cases that have to get washed after each check out. Most of the work I did was taking dirty linens to the Laundry Room.
Assistant Head Housekeeper (Current Employee) – United States – July 10, 2018
Nice place to work but it does need to pay a lot more money for the work that is required,alot of work for very little pay barely enough to pay a bill especially paying every two weeks. It pay weekly with the pay scale they have. I continue to stay because I enjoy doing what I do and the manager is an awesome guy.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 9, 2018
The workplace culture is truly remarkable as they believe in the people that work for them. I enjoyed working with the employee's. The stressful part of the job that was enough for me was that I worked in a bad part of town and drugs, prostitution, and Police involvement was just too much as it affected my sleep and time off.
Manager On Duty (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 8, 2018
Good starter job or if you are just entering the work field again. Working here helps to improve your customer service skills by dealing with a different customer and problem everyday. Management helps guide you to the right solutions and follows up to make sure it was completed right. Dealing with so many customers can get frustrating but having a team with you makes it that more easy.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – July 7, 2018
Granted this motel has been known for over decades. Motel 6 has always been a local rented buissness . The majority of guest are either truckers or locals. Motel 6 has such expectations from both guest and employees when I rate the next low scale hotel in town. And the rates should be cheaper it's not like the employees are getting PAID
Night Auditor/Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – July 5, 2018
stressful job, ownership didn't help just wanted money didn't care about customers, property was a mess, rooms were not being cleaned, drug deals in parking lot, drug addicts starting fights with staff, theft, all around bad work experience
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Bradenton, FL – July 5, 2018
Felt like family could always talk to someone if needed. Helpful resources if needed. Be my own boss. Put my fast paced skills to use. Housekeepers could use more detail in cleaning. For the pay they bust their butts for the deserve more.
Front Desk Clerk/Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Avoca, IA – July 5, 2018
I enjoyed working at motel 6 in Avoca Iowa for the 2 years that I was employed there. I was very apt to learning anything possible and while the owner was taking care of his partners health situation I was given the opportunity to be as involved as I could be. I liked the hours I worked which was because I stayed busy and I got to become more helpful to regular guests and was able to get to know some on a more personal level.