Manager (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 25 March 2017
I basically work here on my own. Preparing bills and taking care of the accounts. I used to work during graveyard hours when i got free from my other job. I used to work there for a few days and maintain all their accounts
Housekeeper and front desk (Former Employee) – Antigonish, NS – 26 October 2016
busses at moments , like taking phone calls for guest who wish to visit the motel and make arrangements for them to stay at the motel, helping laundry room mates out with keep up with their own Landry work and mine , and helping modes to clean room
Front desk attendant (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 25 October 2016
I really enjoyed working at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel. Everyday I met new people and helped guests to make their stay a desirable one. I grew close to my co-workers and enjoyed going into work everyday. I learned how to better communicate and to work well with others. The managers were always willing to help me out with any inquiries and helped mold me into a better front desk attendant. I do miss my job there and my co-workers but we now live out of Sudbury and the commute would be too far with my two small children in school.
NIGHT AUDITOR (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 October 2016
Dealing with drunk unruly people who tend to cause trouble is what takes most of your work day up. Besides that there is considerable amount of downtime waiting for specific email. Auditing is generally easy.
You need energetic co-workers otherwise you'll be bored to death.
Controller (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 September 2016
I start early at around 6.30am, I print the bank statements and update the cashflow in Excel, then I go to the email I receive from the night Auditor and Post the Room revenue and the Credit card into Sage. I deal with the Accounts Receivables and Payables Print and mail our Cheques. End of month enter room revenue into the Wyndham. Oversee hotel with the Manager.
productive and active work play with once a month staff party
Maid (Former Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 24 August 2016
Great work place! got along with co workers, loved the constant work, time goes by fast keeping busy, every month once or twice a month garden and parking lot maintence, loved how once a month we the staff would get a party thrown by the manager, he would pay for lunch such as subway or pizza and drinks, nice quiet workplace, costumers were great as well, did my absolute best pleasing the stayers and the manager, worked to my full potential.
5 minute breaks
cant take lunch if take to many breaks which is acceptable
Sales & Marketing Manager ( Guest Services) (Current Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 24 August 2016
AL ways look for positive things in your life. Accept Challenges be more professional no matter what stops you.Working with best companies so far some time you feel like others are not that professionals and compatible in business. i like being myself and give my 110% but as long as your management have faith in you.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Three Hills, AB – 12 August 2016
night auditor for a few months was a pretty good position, taught me a lot about administration work, evening hotel audits and building confidence in meeting and speaking to new comers on a daily basis
Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) – Strathmore, AB – 7 August 2016
Excellent management. Lots of work to keep you going throughout the day. The manager and office staff are truly amazing. The housekeeping staff are awesome. The facility is taken care of, and guests are treated like royalty
Please don't work this windham garden hotel ne Calgary
Housekeeping Attendant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 August 2016
Please don't work this company in airport ne Calgary they fire 12 housekeeping staff within a 3 months the hiring manager is good to speak but the way she makes decision u get fire stick with your company where ever you working dont try to join this company you will lose your job I am not lying thats real.
Labourer (Current Employee) – Hartland, NB – 29 June 2016
A typical day at work depends on how everything runs, sometimes things break down and need to be fixed so we are down for awhile, could depend on how long it will take for it to be fixed, sometimes anywhere from 30 mins to 2 hours. I learned how to be patient, how to inspect chips and what they should look like, how kettle chips are cooked. Management is good. My co-workers are good to me. hardest part of my job is standing in one spot for a long period time and dealing with the heat. the most enjoyable part of my job is break time and when the shift is done.
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Kirkland Lake, ON – 2 June 2016
As an ambitious, hard worker, I am a fast learner with the ability to follow instructions and perform tasks in a safe manner. My military experience taught me discipline, endurance and the ability to cope with high stress situations.
flexible to work any shift available for long hours
Front Desk Reception (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 18 May 2016
You're tasked to do several things at this location, Cleaning. Cleaning of the front lobby is a must. You must check on it at least several time during a shift to insure quality control.
You must also take in customers checking in or checking out during early to late hours of the day, Not only are you doing that but you must also insure that when customers call via landline you must also help them with there needs, such as booking future check in dates or assist them on pricing plans for staying at the Inn.
When you're not working on floor or greeting customers into the Inn you are tasked to work on several company based programs to insure the daily quota is correct ((Not going into detail)).