Pros: free accomadation, shifts/ hours, food, gym and good workers
Cons: being away from friends and family constaintly, people trying to get you to go to the bar, hours after doing 2 weeks straight
what i did in a typical day was to change about 20-30 room,
i would go doubble check my trolly make sure it was stacked correctly, make sure i have the right chamicals, then i would go get my list of rooms from the manager, would start at the furthest room away then change the beds making sure all 3 points were clear to do so then i would dust the room, – more... turn off all eletric powerpoints except the fridge and check if all cords were in date, would check filters of air conditioners, then i would go dust, i would then move on to the bathroom using 3 different types of cloths do the basin (infront, middle and behind) then do the shower (scrubbing the sides, walls and tops of the shower) then the toilet (behind, middle and infront) and mirrors, if any marks on the wall clean them up to and then either vaccum or sweep the floor depending on what surface it was.i If it was a quiet day would do windows as well.
i learnt how to get quicker and what chemicals to use on what sections, how to take fly screens out without breaking them.
time management was essentional, worked well with others changing half way from beds to bathrooms so that its fair!
hardest part is that after doing it without warming up back problems are more likely to appear.
to challange myself to see how i can improve my work and to have fun while doing it – less