Housekeeper (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 28 mai 2019
Better off looking for a real job or you won’t get fired off the back for no reason dealing with management is really confusing because they can let you go at any moment for the smallest mistake getting paid daily hard to save controlled by app and WhatsApp We don’t live in the heart of downtown don’t bother because travelling comes out your pocket Fake empolyer
Housekeeper (Ancien employé) – GTA, ON – 1 février 2019
advertised as one thing but is actually another,
claims made by airsorted management; - flexible schedule - accommodating management
reality; - if you cancel your shifts or ask for a time change they claim you're unreliable - not really accommodating if you're not neurotypical
a typical day working here involves having to get to your location, search for a lockbox (this part you aren't paid for btw even though you're technically working) and then sent into unpredictable conditions and expected to finish up in 1-3 hours depending on the property with limited AND SOMETIMES NO SUPPLIES that you will have to go out and buy yourself which they reimburse you for A WEEK later, not really ideal or "flexible" if this is a side job because you obviously need the money, and then there are the linens, each property is supposed to have spare linens but sometimes guests open them which means you won't be able to make the beds until the linens come also they allow 30 minutes for each room in the property but don't take into the account how many beds are in each room, I once encountered a property that not only had the wrong number of bathrooms listed on the work request TWICE but also had three beds in one room, one of which being a bunk bed which takes much longer.
once I was assigned a bunch of random tasks outside of the job description and the host told me it was bc they refused to let her cancel the shift, a shift I was begged to work, a shift neither the host nor I wanted smhh
the pay starts at 18/hr and there are various bonuses, however, if you don't live downtown/ownplus... a car you will probably end up traveling 45 min to 1hr to a location. when you do the math, an average shift is 2 hours, if you're a student or someone doing this as a "side" job you'll spend a total of 4 hours, make 72 dollars and that does not include the taxes you'll have to pay (assuming it's 15%) you end up with about 61 dollars and then you have to take into account the money you spent getting there and going home (3x2 = 6) comes to 55
I mean I personally don't think it is worth it but that's up to you to decide
the only enjoyable part is that I didn't have to deal with the suppperrr fake girl in management face to face, they're always sending messages inPM when a problem arises and treat you like you're stupid because they don't want to deal with an issue.
if you have any choice, do not work here. it is practically general labor and you're better off working for an actual/recognized cleaning company that won't write you off as a contract employee to avoid responsibility; look online for reviews from customers who have just as hard of a time as I didmoins
kind of high pay
unpredictable work conditions, frozen lockboxes in the winter, pay your own taxes in april, not a lot of hours