Avis d'employé sur Comfort Inn par Choice Hotels
Corporate pressure prevents management from allowing employees to succeed
When working at the Comfort Inn, Management regularly set tasks that required employees to meet criteria that was not only not within their job description or realistic expectations for which they were being fairly compensated, it inevitably set them up to fail. Employees were expected to please guests but not provided with the time or the tools to meet guest expectations. Staff was expected to work as a team but divided and set against one-another. In such a toxic atmosphere no-one can be expected to thrive.
Notes par catégorie
Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Fair notice on scheduling
Near Constant Animosity
Management is not there to help you with any problems when there not there they don't answer you, your alone all day no breaks not worth it stay way no help, you can't be sick, no cover, no protection from robbery, no protection from drunk/ crazy people
Bad management, no breaks
The management and other staff are friendly, approachable and encouraging. The issue for my self was with one key person. One day they are kind and the next they are threatening to fire you. They are unprofessional and a bully.
when I first started there it was great morale was high and everyone seemed to be on the same page. When we lost our General manager and the house keeping manager took over, everything that had been achieved with hard work had been completely undone. This is a woman I believed in and trusted then she started lying and cutting back hours because the hotel was over budget. Not a good place to work.