Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 14 September 2016
Was trained by a very nice woman and staff is very pleasant which made it enjoyable to be at the hotel. Hardest part is physically on the back but it's not so bad. I recommend a good pair of running shoes
General Manager (Current Employee) – Moosomin, SK – 16 May 2016
we always its good to work on cruise ship but no one realize how hard is it, Its life school where you travel the world meet people learn working under big stress, and lots more its fun its safe good money
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 11 April 2016
The workday can differ, the AM shift sends the guests on their way and deals with any issue they might have with their bill. PM shift is the one who check-in all the guest and take payment for the room. They also take reservations as well as the day shift.
Motel 6 Kingston is the best for work atmosphere, you treat the guest respectful and they in turn respect you for the most part. The manager at this location sticks by his employees decisions, yet makes sure the guest are always satisfied. The manager at this location is a pleasure to work for and it makes all the employees happy to come to work.
The hardest part of the job is working alone, on a busy night and having no back-up! Its close to the highway so its hard to predict a busy night. There can be 12 c/i when you go on the shift and at 7pm have the hotel full....But its a great place to work, management means everything
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 August 2015
Studio 6 was an interesting place to work. For the two months I worked there I was 18 at the time, during the day I did not receive a walkie-talkie for safety purposes to keep in contact with other team members. There was also no cameras within the halls or any entrances other than the front entrance which made me feel a little uncomfortable. The staff was great. They were always there to help if you needed some. Every month they would have a staff meeting with one of the people from head office and we would sit down with tea and muffins and discuss issues or upcoming goals.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 27 May 2014
- Answer phone calls and make reservations, check-in guest, ensure balance all the payments at the end of the shift, may be have to do extra shifts (16 hours altogether), deal with companies for the direct billing, enquiries and problems, deal customers problems or complains, sometimes have to call police officers for guest safety. - Deal with housekeepers - know how to deal or behave with co-workers. improved really good customer service, can any type of situations - Really great management, very flexible - co-workers - sometimes hard to deal with housekeepers - i did not find anything hardest part - morning shift is really enjoyable part of this job
housekeeper (Former Employee) – Brandon, MB – 3 July 2013
It was a full time job, and I worked 8 hours everyday. It requires lots of human labours. I learned how to make my daily life time better, because I spent most time with my job. The hardest part always are lots of check out rooms, but I enjoy to work with my co-workers, I'm the youngest when I was there, they taught me a lot, and sometimes if we have lots of rooms, we helped each other. It's a good experience
totally a hour resting time, it seperates three times evenly.
House Keeping & Laundry Attendant (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 22 February 2013
Peaceful work environment, great staff to work with. I have learnt to be efficient in all areas of this establishment and to represent my work effectively and responsibly. Management sets proper guidelines for workers to follow in order to work efficiently and to accomodate satisfied customers. No part of any job is hard if you apply yourself with knowledge, common-sense and hard work. The best part of the day is to have the work completed in a satisfactory manner pleasing to the clients, management and myself...