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Desk Team is great. Departments care greatly about the hotel but upper, upper management does not. Problem solving skills need to be improved and the hotel is in desperate need of renovation
Free lunch during day shift
GM is an idiot
Holiday Inn Burlington is a great place to work, staff is very friendly, work as a team. You can get more than enough hours if you are willing to work especially during September to May/June, gets a bit slow during summer time but works out if you are trying to take time off during summer
I worked at holiday inn burlington as housekeeper.. I found that the supervisor is taking the tips from the rooms.. the reason why I quit.. lots of rooms a day 20 rooms.. some staff are unfriendly rude.. stop giving the housekeepers 50 bucks a year from the empties.. disgusting free food
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While working at the Holiday inn I was able to keep busy and meet new people. Our work was repetative each day. I found the management was fairly good to work with and understandable.
Was hired as temp help for christmas, was bad from day one, snobby co workers, was basically 2 managers of my dept, one was ok and gave occasional praise, the other was a miserable SOB who constantly berated me and criticized my work, would often work till 2 AM cleaning up after events, couldn't leave until everything was finished so if there were slow workers I couldn't get out. It was the most soul crushing place I've ever worked, no support, no flexibility(I was in school at the time) and their management has no idea how to run anything properly.
Bad pay, worse management
i learned to go the extra mile at the Holiday Inn, loved working there but 2 years without a raise made it tough to stay, hours where up and down, but i did enjoy working there and helping customers and the team i worked with
not enough hours
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- Burlington, ON
this was a hard place to work while transitioning from one hotel brand to the next and changing the poor conotation that went along with that. the rest hardest part was not being paid very well, but still working as hard as my previous jobs. thoroughly enjoyed the team, my team and the leadership.
over seeing all preventative maintenance , ongoing maintenance issues , keeping guests satisfaction up. Working and organizing with outside contractors on an ongoing basis. rebuilt maintenance department with new qualified , dependable maintenance helpers
employees were expected to do jobs not in their job description....eg: front desk managers do electrical work. employees were not happy with the cleanliness of the hotel. bed bugs in many of the rooms
My typical day at work is to be ready at all times to take care of all guest that are staying at the hotel, long and short term. As always our guest are our number one priority and we must ensure we act quickly to any needs they might have and give them the serve that they will always want to return. My co-workers at the front desk are great team players and we all work well together. The hardest part of the job is when there is no communications between departments. The most enjoyable part of the job is our guest, as the diversity, culture and personality is so different. I enjoy the hospitality industry and I love what I do whether it's working at the front desk, in housekeeping, operations etc.
My typical day at work was laundry duties/house person. I learned to interact with customers and co-workers. Management was always helpful ,if I had questions or concerns. Great bunch or girls, got along with everyone. A very physical job. Seeing a satisfied guest.
Staying there during March Break with family and co-workers.
Great place to work, like every hotel had some great days and some bad days, gained lot of knowledge regarding pay roll and improved my skills in Banquets, lead 30 staff with big events around 600 guests,Co-workers are great to work with, the hardest part of the job is to keep all the guests happy but the Hospitality is all about to take good care of the guests,so i am sure most of the guests,Director and my General manager are happy with my Management skills, the most enjoyable part of the job is you meet so many guests from different parts of the world love to talk to them to make sure they feel comfortable and happy to stay in our hotel.
Really long days