Cleaning up rooms in restrooms in helping others. Looking at clean rooms before renting them out. Make sure my guest are ok in have everything in they rooms in make sure they have breakfast in lunch in the afternoon.
This company is stringing the associates along until enough money is made for renovations then you're left looking for employment and as a long term associate no severance package was offered just words of encouragement
Nice as far as someone that already is well established in life and bored.. I was in house keeping.. they are messy. They cut your hours so the management of house keeping stay on the clock and pocket the extra money that suppose to go to the house keeping.... they literally tell us hey you gotta be gone by pm. A full paycheck was roughly 420.00.. for full time work but part time pay.
Precision an swiftness is needed for the duty of inspector. You must notice details of any flaws in over 20 to 30 rooms a day and you will be held accountable for the flaws your associates do. This is not a problem and makes the job well fit for many people. The problem is the fact that I had to leave to seeing my dying grandmother, did every protocol to leave and see her without risking my job. But upon my return management brought illegitimate evidence, ( manager stated I said one thing on the phone that i never said, but it was there word against mine) to have me receive a final write up that if ever I was to miss work or get sick from that day on I would be fired. Aside from that the consistent racial humor they expressed over Hispanics was a bit uneasy to hear.
Too low of pay for the work required. The hotel was so old so no matter how much you cleaned it still seemed like it wasn't good enough. The point system sucked. If you enjoy hospitality then you probably will enjoy. I understand why the turn over rate is so high in hospitality they treat you like a slave and you cant even live off the pay. Ill never do housekeeping EVER again.
This job was stressful. I learned how to really scrub a good toilets. I learned the basics, but they didn't give me a proper schedule. I went to work every day like always until they didn't need me anymore.
Yes free lunches but the food was sometimes not my kind food
I like housekeeping because I get to meet new people I like cleaning and making sure or guest I satisfy and comfortable living the meeting and greeting and keeping a smile on my face is a way to getting to know our guest
It felt like high school again but with mostly women around. There was constant gossip, bad mouthing, rudeness, an even racism but mildly. such was what you got in such a place, and if you got around that then your real struggle was keeping up with the work with partial training that they give. For a job that's vital to the company, you would think they would better train you so that you can do your best.
the benifits, the income, and the hours
drama, gossip, rudeness, and lack of proper training