House Keeper (Former Employee) – North Bay, ON – 28 March 2016
I loved working with the staff at the Comfort Inn. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. I would go into work and start my day with lovely greetings, I would start cleaning and if I ever needed any help I would just have to ask. My manager(s) were wonderful women and all my co-workers were very nice. The hardest part of the job was the repetitive work, however the most enjoyable part was everything else. Guests were always so nice, and I felt welcomed and appreciated.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 26 March 2016
When i got my job there, there wasn't to many nice people there, i did make some friends, but i got bullied sometimes, no one was treated the same. Nothing was fair, and good workers lost their job because they stood up for themselves
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 14 March 2016
A typical day at work was always busy i cleaned rooms so it was hard work surprisingly, i learned to clean and learned how to interract with peopl more. Managment was great they were nice until my manager left and a new one came, my co-workers were really nice always tried to help when they could, the hardest part was to clean rooms that were extra messy but i always got through it, i enjoyed coming in everyday because i love to stay busy.
i find comfort inn a fun and learning place to work as i have done alot of years of factory work and cleaning is different experience
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Cobourg, ON – 22 February 2016
I find comfort inn a very comfortable and fun place to work for and all my co-workers are great workers and willing to learn new things if needed I have went from just housekeeping to headhouse and enjoy the responsibilities that go with the job
Guest Service Agent (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, Ontario – 3 February 2016
My co-workers are so friendly and nice. I've asked questions and everything that I know I need to know, I write it down in my notebook, so I am able to remember, and I found that we are all helpful to each other.
Housekeeper and front desk (Former Employee) – Swift Current, SK – 20 January 2016
I loved this job. I enjoyed everything about it on front desk even though the night audit shifts could very hard on a person and mess me up on my days. In a typical day I answered the phone and took lots of reservations, checked guests in and out of rooms, and also dealt with CP rail guys as the hotel had a contract with them. The management was very poor and didn't really care about their employees. My co-workers however were always fun, upbeat and always had smiles on their faces. They made the job better for me.
Being able to do something I enjoyed, great co-workers
Receptionist/Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 January 2016
love Mondays, mostly because the day flies by in a flash. My last job was an excellent learning opportunity and I developed my skills and experience in numerous different ways. I've had a number of good managers. Perhaps the best was one who paid particular care to let me know exactly what was needed of me and then made sure I had everything I needed to do the job. With a clean run I got a lot done and we both were very successful.\ The hardest part of my job is waking up in the morning. I know it sounds stupid, but I have awful sleep habits, and re-training my body to fall asleep at a reasonable time has proven to be far more difficult than I want it to be. Other than that, I like everything about my current job.My favorite parts of my last job included the ability to work independently (trust from employers) & the people I worked with. It’s great to work with people that care about their company and doing a good job. It’s hard to find that environment today because so many people just don’t care about honesty, hard work & integrity.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Chatham-Kent, ON – 2 December 2015
Although I enjoyed very much working at the comfort inn, I found the "part-time" heading to be a bit misleading. In my opinion, it should be classified as "seasonal". There is only work for the low-man on the pole if the hotel is busy. It was not uncommon for me to work only a day or two, if at all, for several weeks on end. This does not work well if you are the sole income provider for the home. Sadly, I had to move on to more steady work.
wonderful group to work with, pleasant atmosphere, fairly supportive staff all 'round, convinient location
Front desk, Night Audit (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 28 November 2015
It was a very relaxing job, not many customers in the evening or during my night Audit shift. I did not work very much with my co-workers. I sat at a desk, did the work required of me. I enjoyed the change. As a cook it's go go go. This was a nice change.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 2 November 2015
I enjoyed Comfort inn very much the work was challenging and my co-workers and supervisors were great. I learned how to manage my time and take pride in a job well done. I believe in working hard and always giving 100% to any task with a little bit of fun thrown in so you can enjot your job.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 27 October 2015
I worked there for four years and was moving up into be a supervisor and then the manager passed away and new management took over which made things hard for the staff. I made life long friends at Wendy's though.
FD Night Auditor Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 September 2015
As a night auditor, there is not much you can miss out on a night. However, your day is perhaps, wasted. I have enjoyed little time at Comfort Inn with its guests.
At Comfort Inn, a night auditor is the management and security who runs the hotel entirely. That is of course aside from running the daily night audit. For such little wage as little as $12.00/hour couldn't pay off the hard work I provided. So, I decided to quit.
Understanding the workflow of the business entierly.
Guest Service Representative (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 5 August 2015
-Always greeted guests in a friendly and professional manner - Engaged each guest as a unique individual and listened attentively to their requests - Performed accurate check-ins and check-outs of guests daily - Answered the telephone in a timely and professional manner - Made reservations over the phone and in person - Ran daily reports to check reservations for accuracy and identify any special requests - Responsible for a cash float throughout your shift and ensuring it balances correctly at the end of shift - Used data entry and quick thinking while attending each individual guest - Managed and successfully ran night audits