Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Renfrew, ON – 17 November 2017
I enjoyed my job tremendously and had a lot of fun but the environment was extremely dramatic and toxic. The company is great but if you try to bring up issues with things against labor laws they wont take you seriously.
tips, discounts, great guests
no set hours, very bad at responding to complaints about things that went against labor laws
i can work with school boards, hospital , offices , companys as janitor or maintenance worker.
Janitor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 July 2017
i can work with school boards, hospital , offices , companys as janitor or maintenance worker. able to work independently and excellent team worker and strong work ethics. have high standard of cleanliness
Front desk is very customer service oriented and is very pleasant
Front Desk/Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Timmins, ON – 12 June 2017
A typical day looks like : Greeting customers as they arrive Book and manger reservations Handle guest check-ins and check-outs appropriately Answer queries regarding the hotel’s services Maintaining the cleaning and appearance of the front and much more
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 19 May 2017
The owner was terrible and unproffesional. Extremely racist and unethical. There was an incident where bed bugs was a problem in one of the wings and the manager knew, and still continued to sell out those rooms to unknowing people..
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 8 May 2017
The people here were knowledgeable, earnest, and a pleasure to be around in all departments. The pay was fair and the management and ownership were all good people to work for who obviously cared about the well being of staff and company alike. The customers were also quite pleasant and always so happy to be there. Don't get me wrong there are always going to be tough days but the quality of the people surrounding this industry definitely makes a difference in being able to handle all situations with a minimum of stress.
Receptionist \Admin Assistant (Current Employee) – Kamloops, BC – 18 April 2017
Working here was a Great experience as i meet different people from different culture and background. You get to know people their story get to be part of their life's for that moment. Management is very supportive and encourages the employees to work hard and and complains of customer service is dealt with immediately. Also they see to it that the working environment for employees is pleasant and all their employees are happy and working as a team . for them team work is very important and they train everyone to help each other out. the hardest part is that no matter how much you try you cannot make every one happy, so even if you are trying your best there will be someone who will not be pleased. So you have to not take it personally and maintain that positive attitude is the hardest part of all.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Chowchilla CA – 28 March 2017
Working here is calm, nice, it's a good place for anyone to work especially if you don't like going out. however you get no sleep because they want you to work full weeks straight and you're the only worker there. You basically get no sleep because hotels are always busy. People come in and out. It's productive if course. NOT WORTH THE PAY
Lunches any time, homework time, free time
if you work 24 hours you get 100$ instead of getting paid per hour, no sleep
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
I always looked forward to going to going to the Ramada/
Guest Service Agent - Manager (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 18 March 2017
A typical day at work is a little along these lines: Arrive, check in with the night audit to see how the night went, print all daily reports, review arriving guests, double check all billing information is correct, OTA bookings, check in/check out guests, process payments cash/credit/check, balance cash, floor checks and lock up building.
Free tea/coffee, you pay like 1 dollar per shift for a hot entree, fresh soup and salad every day. Yearly reviews and opportunity for raise and or promotion
No set schedule, back to back shifts (work 2:45pm - 11:15pm back in at 6:45am - 3:15pm the next day)