Holiday Inn Express and Suites Employee Reviews
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I’ve been working here for almost 2 years now and it’s the best place to work. My manager is very lenient and the best, I was diagnosed with a disease and was off for a very long time but they didn’t fire me yet they were able to accommodate it. I’m so thankful I found this workplace..
Don’t work here. Everyone treats you like garbage, and cleaning staff are extremely shady. They don’t do background checks so you have no clue who you’re working with. You don’t get breaks because of the down time and the management won’t properly pay you due to not wanting to give overtime pay if passing 40 hours
Breakfast/food from continental restaurant, lots of down time
Unprofessional management, unprofessional cleaning staff/untrustworthy
check building all around, you always learn something new everyday the management is amazing the workplace is neat clean and everyone is friendly the hardest part of the job is ever to find a plumbing leak when it happens and the most enjoyable part of the job is when the leak is found and not much searching, overall friendly staff fun working with everyone great experiences
management is understanding do your job and everyone is happy
none that i can think of
I am grateful for this company to have given me the opportunity of employment with them. My experience, I will never forget.
My experience working at Holiday Inn was the best job experience I have ever had. It was a happy environment, was a positive, friendly place to work. My co-workers were like family. I looked forward to my next shift, and didn't want it to end. That's the type of environment it was...for me anyways.
Opportunities to work in all departments.
I wish it had been a permanently position because I'd probably be still employed with Holiday Inn.
The Holiday Inn Express and Suites is a fast-paced high volume hotel. Each day can be different. Problem solving and multi-tasking is a main criteria. Guest from all around come and stay and professionalism is your best combat for dealing with guest. Some slight competition is a little factor and punctuation. It's not a bad place to work but, as a reminder you are downtown Oshawa.
Where to begin..... The owner pays you every 15 days WHEN he feels like it. You do not get paid for over time. You are NOT given the proper PPE when cleaning he rooms. There is mold growing in the walls of the hallways and rooms. Half of the rooms in the hotel have black mold. All fire extinguishers are 5 years out of date. Management is toxic,they start fights and do not settle work place conflicts. Your hours
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There was always a guest complaining, (I would have too) about the quality of the hotel, on busy weekends only one elevator would work, bugs, etc. It’s probably the worst hotel in the city, it isn’t somewhere I would stay for even one night. A front desk agent position would be an okay job if it was a different location
Guest complaining about things management should have taken care of
One word. Micro-Manage. That's all you need to know. Oh yeah, one time during the winter they sent me out in a raging blizzard to bring guests to the airport in a shuttle van with NO WINTER TIRES. After trudging through several times, the snow and ice packed together on the roads and became slippery and thick. So thick, in fact, that when I returned to the hotel the shuttle van got stuck and the general manager (who chose not to get winters when i let him know we didn't have any on) had to come outside in the freezing cold and push me loose while the wind whipped him in the face. Remember kids. Safety first.
I'm sure there were some pros, just gimme a sec..
Being asked to cover for your co-workers shifts, make up for their poor quality of work, not being able to leave the property on your break
The old management was very great people but when the new management arises its getting very poor management specially the new manager ? She doesn’t deserve to become a manager coz she don’t know how to deal with different types of staff?
This was my first hotel job and I started as a Front Desk Agent. Within the first yeart of my employment I applied for a promotion for Housekeeping Manager and I was awarded the promotion. I grew my knowledge over 2 years and again I was selected for an internal contract to be a Sales Manager for a year, to cover a maternity leave. This hotel provided me with so much knowledge about the industry and allowed me to grow within my chosen industry.
Interesting place to work if you want to grow and get new experiences every day. I have worked in other hotels too, but the management and work ethics are pretty different here. The customer is given the most preference and the employees have been trained to do no compromises when it comes to guest satisfaction. A place to learn and grow is what Holiday Inn Express is all about.
that what i said before this company/hotel is a nice place to work feels like this is your second home;all crew; the manager she never get up sit to the team/people and the most i like every Wednesday or once a week there's a meeting to updated what's really happening inside the company / hotels. All the management are amazing......
While I got hired in United Arab Emirates they give me LMO fast coz I come here as a contract worker
The old management that I work or who hired us in United Arab Emirates she is very great full to all of us she did a great job to the holiday inn express in Sherwood park all the target sales she got more than the target! But when the new management come it’s getting worst? Thanks God that I was getting sponsored by my husband then I waited my papers for almost 2 years ! I will never forget the old management the way they treat us great