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the company is good for entry level
Hospitality Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) –  Milwaukee, WIApril 4, 2019
good entry level into hospitality but they is no room for growth. They will keep you for many years and work you hard but never promote you. Management will act like they care about you but then get mad about you missing work for an illness for a family emergency.
Pros
the guest are the only cool part about the job
Cons
no hope in moving up
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Dishwasher/Prep Cook (Former Employee) –  Milwaukee, WIMay 14, 2019
It was fast moving, no time to slow down. I leaned how to handle knives better and how to prep foods that I have never made before. Great people there.
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Great place to work coworkers are the best
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) –  Pontiac, MIMay 8, 2019
Just loved working for White Lodging til they sold to Interstate I quit soon after. Interstate took over they had the worst HR. White Lodging was a fair company to work for
Pros
They care about their emplyees
Cons
Hourly pay not good
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