Best Western
Happiness score is 56 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Larry Cuculic
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation
  • Headquarters
    Phoenix, AZ
  • Link
    Best Western website
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Front Desk Agent

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 9.8K reviews and is evolving.



Front Desk Agent in Winnipeg, MB
on 11 October 2022
Good and Bad
The job itself is pretty easy but can be overwhelming for beginners. Management is okay but there’s not much improvements from the hotel which makes guest to complain to FD.
Housekeeper in London
on 29 November 2022
Bad management
Management will fire you for being sick during your 3 months. Disrespectful towards staff and extremely picky as time goes by. Very hot and will not give you proper sized uniforms. Breaks were good.
Room Attendant in London, ON
on 28 October 2022
Place is toxic.
Work with untrustworthy co workers. People constantly gossip then blame someone else. Management has favorites. Management doesn’t even listen to you. Accused of things you wouldn’t even think of doing . Accused of being mean to people but yet are never around them. It’s all lies. The place is a joke to work for.
Housekeeper Team Lead in London, ON
on 11 October 2022
Not a hard job, customers are great
The first five years were pretty good, but the last few months the management dynamics have changed,not in a good way, they have lost a lot of long time staff because of this
Housekeeper in Fort Saskatchewan, AB
on 9 October 2022
You won't make much money here but the workload is a lot
I wouldn't recommend this company to anyone that is a single income household. "Full time" is maybe 20 hours a week. Turn over is bad. The workload is a lot and you are expected to go as fast as possible. Existing staff will make you work through breaks to leave early. Existing staff also make you do their work, and don't do things properly. They don't want you to clean properly, they just want you to make it appear clean. Management will micromanage your every move. More work is constantly added. Laundry will make you do most things by yourself, including extra cleaning and the majority of folding. If the manager doesn't like you, she will send you home early every day, or cut your time. Last cheque was 4 hours short.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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