In Room Dining Attendant (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 12 September 2018
working the early morning shift in a fast pace environment. everything is based on daily routine which consist of prep work and side duties. management is always willing to assist during busy time. the most difficult part of the job is time of delivery. and therefore, time management, prioritize and organize is key to successful deleivery.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Whitby, ON – 5 September 2018
Residents Inn Whitby is in need of new owners, management trying to get things done but owner is to cheep. Place is in very bad shape, pool always broken down, Room A.C broken, elevator broken, what's not broken.
Housekeeping Attendant (Former Employee) – Delta Hotels - 75 Lower Simcoe St – 2 September 2018
Co-workers are very nice so do everyone else, but the housekeeping management team is lacking of skills and capability as they promote people who do well on housekeeping jobs, but not necessarily good at coordinating, facilitating and communicating over 50 people. Also some supervisors speaks poor English and make it hard to understand causing communication issues all the time. Supervisors aren't very helpful, no management skills at all, does't seem intelligent.
Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, ON – 25 August 2018
The job experience was good, surrounded by kind agents throughout the day. All of the guests are very sweet and kind unless there are huge misunderstandings. Only con is that the shifts are 8 hours and you have to stand for the whole shift.
Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 August 2018
A terrible company to work for. Be ready to give up your life for the hotel, you will work back to back shift (get of at 11:00pm and have to be back to work by 6:00am) management does not care about its employees
Waiter (Current Employee) – QATAR – 13 August 2018
Working hours is 9 hours. In a month 4 off days. Management is taking care of staff.medical is free also management pay of medical expenses...I have learned many thin5 as leadership qualities. Department give traning to fill your next steps.
Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 August 2018
Friendly environment to work. Very fast paced and fun place to work! Managers are very approachable and there when needed. Flexible hours and great place for growth. The restaurant is newly renovated along with the guest rooms which make the place look fresh and modern.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 August 2018
A typical day at work is cleaning rooms The hardest part of the job is getting all the rooms done in the amount of time you get so if you have 10 gone and five stays you have to be done by that is a six and a half hour day. So it is a fast day I get along with all my co-workers and managment
HouseKeeper (Former Employee) – 5505 Airport Way, Kelowna, BC V1V 3C3 – 10 August 2018
best job i ever had, as well as the easiest. sometimes it would be a little stressful because when cleaning rooms, you never know the severity of it until you're in said rooms, so time management is very important. with that being said, after you got the hang of it 9/10 you'd finish your list of rooms early and would get to go home if they didn't have anything else for you to do. which in itself is a blessing and a curse because leaving early reflects on your paycheque but you also get an early day. i left because of that reason, and also because i had lived on the other side of town and bussing isn't ideal.
Houseman (Former Employee) – Niagara, ON – 9 August 2018
This Specific hotel and management is the worst place ive ever worked, the management do not care about your well being and do no handle conflicts well at all. The areas in the laundry are hot and are unsafe to work in. Multiple employees have gone home due to heat exhaustion and nothing was done about resolving the problem. They overlook problems and do nothing to resolve them. The hotel from the guests perspective is nice, but the way the company is run is pathetic they will over work you the bone and not say thank you afterwards. DO NOT work at this establishment.
Club Lounge Attendant/ Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 8 August 2018
Sheraton Hotel was a great place to work at the time, but overall it was not a very good place to work. Everyone was overworked and the managers were not the best to deal with.
If you had a problem and took it to the manager nothing was ever done, and if you went to the HR department to the head boss, they did absolutely nothing. If you needed help in anyway good luck because they all turned their back on you and left you do deal with everything.
The only good thing that came out of working there was the life long friends that I had made.
Waitress/ Server (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 August 2018
the managers were inappropriate towards female workers, the employee elevators were always broken so the entire building was using one elevator, was very fun and interesting working in an environment where you got to meet such nice and interesting people.
Good environments to work in this company and had always fun to work with all my coworkers
STEWARD (Former Employee) – Charlottetown, PE – 6 August 2018
That was my first job in Canada.i was very nervous When I started to work there for the first time but because of great supports of my co-worker as well as my manager I feel like company is my home and do-worker is my family.i have learned so many thing during my work time.i have met so many different people from all over the world.i really love working with public and I’m very helpful and kindhearted person.
Room attendant (Former Employee) – Whistler – 21 July 2018
Every day I start at 8:25am and finished 4:25pm. Every morning we had 15 minutes meeting about lead focus and customer satisfaction report. After meeting I needed to stock my cart, checked the free rooms and start cleaning.