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Friendly staff to work with. Everyone seems to enjoy themselves and creates a positive work environment.Learn a lot of the business from working most positions at the hotel. Most importantly the need to create a enjoyable and relaxing visit to the customers of the facility. The most important thing a customer wants is clean room and an excellent nights sleep. These goals were done well on a daily bases and we received many compliments from customers from the quality of the beds to the computer s in the rooms to a sense of comfort and satisfaction.
Down time is slow
Too much pressure, rooms with kitchen and sometimes very dirty, the supervisor wants you to clean the rooms in 30 minutes and the supervisor both of them take the tips out of the rooms for their pockets, have no ethics! Terrible place to work! Nothing makes sense in that place!
Dictatorial, lazy, no customer service, no above and beyond attitude, Gross conflict of interest, No safeguarding of guest personal information, disorganized, horrible pay, horrible Manager, Ask yourself how well can you cope with a toxic work environment if you are thinking of working here.
Days Inn's are independently owned, so I can only speak from the experience of the one in which I worked. The owners are terrible, the management doesn't care for their employees and I heard all kinds of racist and homophobic jokes from them and the staff. Other than that is a pretty typical front desk job.
• To check in/check out guests in a friendly and professional manner ensuring accuracy of all information/billing and achieving standards • Train front desk staff as per company policy and Brand standards • To assign and review the work of front desk agents, also to ensure smooth flow of operation
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Pro: the front desk management staff are amazing, get along with mostly all the staff. Staff get free food, have free use of the pool and exercise room. Con: Way to much drama sometimes. No raises and no benefit program though and no enough hours to go around.
Working at Day's Inn was a unique 4 month experience where I learned how fast paced and go go go the job was though it was fun cleaning and maintaining stays and checkouts. I enjoyed my housekeeping manager who was always willing to assist whether it be with sheets on various floors or supplies which I couldn't get to right away she was always there to help by just a phone call away. I very much enjoyed working at the Days Inn only reason I had to leave was unfortunate family matters where my presence was needed elsewhere for family matters. Overall the job was fun, organized and I enjoyed it while i could.
Very few canadians work there . All Korean people working to get thier residency. Most all staff very lazy and always see everyone on thier phones .housekeeping supervisor is the worst for that. Place is run down and has now mould issues that are not being addressed. Housekeeping supervisor always call everyone wingnuts?!
I can't wrap my head around how poor our manager was. Just before I wuit, she was hovering over me like a hawk. Would yell at me when the rooms aren't clean in under 15 minutes. Now lemme walk you through this. Each room has 2 beds, a night stand, drawer with tv and a bathroom. We have to strip and make the bed prestine with nursing folds to the sheets and thoroughly clean and dust the room along with THOROUGHLY CLEANING THE BATHROOM. Now the funny thing is. It's stated it should take 3p minutes per roon unless trashed beyond belief, 45 minutes. I was getting yelled at for not having it cleaned and out in 15 minutes. My body was so messed up after this job I had to get acupuncture because the muscles in my bad and shpulders were so tense from stress and over pushing myself. Let alone I get yelled at for eating too so whatever. If you go to days inn, please ask for your maids name and leave them a tip specifically to that maid because lord knows... My manager tried taking awat a hefty tip I got. Literally ripped it out of my hand. The other housemaids are too much of a pushover to stand up to her that i finally snapped and told her off and quit.