Accor Employee Reviews for Housekeeper
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Very good job for keeping fit, earn while you lose inches. PERFECT!great job to socialise with guest and meet new people. Worked at the hotel for 3 years part time to suit my family life which also worked great for me.
Work is physically demanding but that's the least of the issues. The company protects itself rather than its employees. Management turn a blind eye to everything and anything! After 2 weeks of every new month, there is little to no stock and Housekeeping get the blame for not being able to give guests what they need. Colleagues are just the same as any other workplace; great team and not so great. Good thing is that when you need to take leave, its always accepted. Take a physical and mental day off often.
Hotel staff in other department seemed nice but the housekeeping has been not so nice since all were hired by the agency mostly Indonesian and Vietnamese so cultural diversity is fully ignored. Only two persons are employed by the hotel one is the executive housekeeper the other one is assistant manager. Not much of the employee continue to work due to low wages.
working with & for Accor has kept me grounded & financially stable. Although it is only casual, it's given my personal life flexibility to assure other prioritys around my work is committed so I'm up to date with my priority! It's crusey, I have a great boss & I enjoy working for Accor very much.
General cleaning of hotel rooms to a high standard working on my own doing some early mornings and late shifts I can stay calm under pressure Im able to do laundry stocktake when on the late shift you have the housekeeping phone incase reception needs to get in touch for a job to do for a guest
working abroad was hard but you can earn a bit. i've learnd how to deal with different nationalities, about our management they are providing all the needs of the employees. the hardest part of a housekeeping is that when you have a back to back rooms, but im enjoying the work when we are helping in our everyday tast.
everything is free
I worked for Ibis Styles at the NEC a typical day included being over worked and underpaid. Management was poor and was not interested in the staff and came across as patronising - staff run riot and argued with one another with little done about it - the hardest part about it was having to drag all the linen across three corridors because the hotel were unable to supply the correct equipment to carry out this job. It was very enjoyable to finish work and be free for the rest of the day.
free lunch( sometimes not edible)
Long hours, poor management, poor equipment