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If you ever had management or ownership experience there is no limit to how many hours you work. I've worked 24 hours before and I truly feel if an employee feels like the hotel is their own, then the hours should not matter unless you have kids which I dont have.

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Easy going and comforting, just be yourself and you’ll be fine

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Minimum of 12 hours. Although as a gm I've worked 24hours before... if you truly have been in the hospitality business and have been a team player, there's no limit to how much you're willing to work.

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I've worked in hospitality my whole life pretty much from folding towels, maintenance, as well as housekeeping. Starting at 18 years old I became a General manager for a Comfort Inn. Then helped with the construction of a Comfort Suites where I was not only a GM but 20% owner of the property. I learned a lot doing the due diligence as well as operating a new property in the Colorado shale area. Starting new was difficult but due to my passion for sales and increasing Revpar I was able to win 2nd place in our 3 state district for highest average Revpar increase in 2014. How I accomplished this? I wore a hard hat and tackled ever oil well, local companies and snatched all the LRA business. We had 72 rooms and did $2.4 million with a net income if a $1.1 million income. As a gm a lot of pur guest would check out early so I would re-clean the rooms so that we would sell 80 rooms a night in a 72 room property. I trained our front desk staff and maintenance how to do housekeeping and housekeeping to do simple maintenance jobs to save money. I suggest if anything is to train all employees to feel as if the hotel is their own property and find those who are willing to go that extra mile and get their hands dirty.

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1 week for a year 2 weeks after the 1 year is up

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Could I do job

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Proud. To say I worked for a branch by the Marriott brand is something I've always wanted to say. Marriott brings a sense of luxury and a comfortable lifestyle at the same time.

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Well they are running a 24/7 business and the most busiest check-in time is on the weekends. Most people or families are either off on weekends and that has a little to do with it.

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