This job consumes your whole life as a housekeeper. Under staffed, overworked, I'm supposed to be part time and I worked 60 hours 2 weeks in a row. No raises so far and only a couple hours away they make 5 dollars more an hour. The only reason most people don't leave is because they don't want their co-workers to have the heavy load.
If u hispanic dont apply at the cape cod side
Honest and open..This company is family oriented..We strive for excellence and to please our guests..Present yourself and be hinest..Its always the best policy..
I wouldn't even apply here. You will be in a financial pinch. They WILL change your schedule without even talking to you first
Don't bother working for this company
I can't speak for Vacasa as a whole but if you're interviewing for a housekeeping position through Vacasa I highly recommend you DON'T. They may pay decent but it's not worth the stress and frustration and total lack of communication.
-Bring up teamwork
-Talk about how you always ask questions and love learning
-They will ask you how you dealt with an undesireable customer
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