Weekend Breakfast Attendant P/T (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – March 30, 2018
I liked working there, as I had the chance to meet people from all over. The work was routine with small changes in the menu. The staff was helpful when I needed it, and I wasn't involved in anybody's drama.
I enjoyed my time with Quality Inn. I always had energy after work to do whatever I wanted. The only downside was no benefits and the pay was not enough for my lifestyle. I, however, really liked my manager/owner, and I realized he was paying me as much as he could afford. It was a laid-back job where I could work on my schooling at work, or watch TV during the slow times, and not much outside of my normal job duties were asked or required of me.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Lake City, FL – March 24, 2018
Quality Inn is a fine place to work. The manager was terrific and so were my co-workers. It was a clean and safe place to be employed. I would recommend employment with this company as a good experience.
Manager (Former Employee) – Brattleboro, VT – March 23, 2018
Great for a starter job.. But If you are a professional its not the place to be. The property has not been renovated in years. So a lot of stress on front desk. The manager is often inappropriate with language, and since he has been there for 4 years you would think he would know how to run a hotel.. but unfortunately that is not true..
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 21, 2018
I have learned the workings of a hotel from every aspect, from housekeeping to front desk, front desk to front desk manager to operations manager. I feel confidant in and sure of myself when dealing with customers that are dissatisfied as well as guests that are pleased with the accommodations. The hardest part I think, is the long hours. The most rewarding part is leaving at the end of the day knowing I did my job to the best of my ability.
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Alma, AR – March 20, 2018
My boss was awesome at first, then came the inapportiate cussing and screaming for a minor things. Also they tried fixing their out bursts with food. Very unprossional. One of the managers who works here let’s their boyfriend in and behind the desk where things have ended up stolen/missing. They are very disorganized and like to single out employees for minor things. I would not recommend anyone to work at the Quality inn. Maybe a Quality with respectable managers and staff would be better.
Discounts on hotel rooms
Everything to management being poorly to mistreatment of staff
Nice place to work. I met people of different cultures. I learnt a lot
Hotel Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Hyde Park, NY – March 20, 2018
This is my present job. I joined in March 2017. Within 1 year I got 2 promotions. I currently work as an Assistant Manager after taken over my immediate supervisor's position of responsibility. My current manager is a very wonderful leader I ever had in my whole work life. He is a good manager, very understanding, kind, patient, intelligent.
Employees are happy because of favourable management policies.
The only drawback is transport to and from work if you don't drive. I like the working environment
Free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, chances to work overtime is also available. Job security is guaranteed.
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Aiken, SC – March 18, 2018
The guest get treated with great perfection even if they do wrong. The housekeepers bust there behind ton make sure all the nguest are happy even if we get into trouble for it. Everyone of the housekeepers make sure that the guest are happy with there stay. we do not go home till we get the job done
Guest dont leave any tips. We get some that will leave a tip that shows that they were satisified with our hard work.
he never came around
one 10 minute break, talked trash about, worked like slaves etc
It is a very fast paced job, and you have to be a great team player.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – New Port Richey, FL – March 17, 2018
There really wasn't a typical day at work because you were on your toes most of the time. Working at a hotel is very unpredictable because there is a wide variety of people that you meet. I have definetly learned that how to build confidence when talking to clients. The management was fantastic. My supervisor gave great direction, and was very perfectional. The manger of the hotel was always very kind, and made sure that our work day was the best it could be. The hardest part of the job would probably be that you had to complete a checkout room in thirty minutes, no matter what the condition. The most enjoyable part of the job would be all of the different kinds of people that you meet. You can can learn a lot by just having a conversation with a client.
Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Lathrop, CA – March 16, 2018
The manger? owner Vimesh..outstanding person. The hours were hard, working graveyard was a no Bueno. The pay could have been better. The boss was very understanding. The guest were a blast. Co workers were nice.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Stuart, FL – March 15, 2018
nice environment loved the people I worked with and also the guests that visited there fun to meet different people. Quality Inn taught me how to deal with different human beings in life it also taught me patience and more respect.
Not a terrible company but the location i was employed at was Toxic.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Belgrade, MT – March 14, 2018
Not much good to say about this business. Its independently owned so it has its own silly rules and policies that make little to no sense, but worst of all, very bad owners, who don't care about their employees what so ever. Managers at my location were some of the worst people and hands down the worst bosses I've ever had. they were unfair, unprofessional and fowl mouthed human beings. Housekeepers consistently complained about unfair and even abusive behavior shown by the general manager and other supervisors. this hotel its a toxic work place environment plain and simple. the owners should be embarrassed.