Front Desk Clerk, Hotel or Motel (Former Employee) – Marshalltown, IA – March 19, 2019
a typical day at work i would count the cash drawer to see if it balances out with the previous shift count. There wasn't much for management cause he wasn't there as much as would have liked him to be. We usually had to handle the problem that we had ourselves.
head of housekeeping/housekeeper (Former Employee) – MN – March 15, 2019
I.loved my.job there were a few.downfalls that all employees except.meand.my.son weren't related so alot of nonesense went.on I would still be there but had a medical issue. And when it was telling for a raise we.only received a.penny raise that was an insult.to me after all the hard work blood sweat and tears I put.into my hotel that I took souch pride in my
Pay not great high employee turn over can be long hard.hours
i would not apply for another job with this company unless it was my last resort of living.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – March 14, 2019
customer service was ok but management was all over the place. Employees supposed to get paid on the 1st & 15th of every month; but due to all the unprofessional & unorganized management; several times paychecks were often 2 or 5 days late.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – March 14, 2019
The place was trashy management was terrible the manager let her family stay there whenever they wanted to for free there is way to much gossip drugs and violence ghetto workers I wouldn’t recommend this job to anyone everyone deserves better than to work somewhere like that I truly regret taking that job offer.
i took the job at motel six,there was a step of survival,,8.60 a hour,15beds a day.....co workers would find beer and stay in room and drink and smoke then at the end of the day supervisor made those that were done to help them;;;the rooms were nasty,one room had the black mold,they bleached it and and put person BACK IN ROOM .....my rooms were cleaned and next day i would be put in another area to clean after the drunk co workers........finally got a job and got out.......
Customer Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 7, 2019
At first it seemed like an ok job. Management was consistent for about 6 months. Then management changed every 3 months for over a year. Each time they changed GMs, it was like you had to train them, and they would not take your advice.
Housekeeper// Front desk (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – March 6, 2019
working for motel 6 was not as bad as others think. yea its tiring but it is also a fun new experience every time you meet nice new guest. the hours are flexible and you are free to leave whenever you are done unless you wanna stay and help someone else but its not mandatory.
I have worked at motel 6 for a year I love it I love the staff the property yes we are a 60 year old building but we do the best we can do with what we have my Co worker's and management staff pitch in to make this place a great place to work I do not ever plan on leaving I recommend if you are ready to work and truely serious about a job come join our family