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Job experience working at the Quality Inn, Victoria Texas

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Former Employee - Night Auditor  in  Victoria, TX
Former Employee - Night Auditor in Victoria, TX

I worked at Choice Hotels

Pros

Family-type atmosphere, easy work, laid back atmosphere, low stress, flexibility, Meet some interesting and friendly people on a daily basis

Cons

Low pay, work schedule was only nights and most weekends, management unprofessional, drama, employees often had benefits cut such as paid vacations, with little or no benefits offered. Schedules would often be altered, changed or cut with little or no notice.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Remain unprofessional and treat all employees fairly and with respect, keep employees notified of any changes in the company.

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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    Good for some, not others....

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    Former Employee - Director of Franchise Sales  in  Silver Spring, MD
    Former Employee - Director of Franchise Sales in Silver Spring, MD

    I worked at Choice Hotels

    Pros

    Financially rewarding, self-directed, and relatively easy and straightforward, the work can be satisfying on its own. Choice is a very sales-centric organization, which makes most of its sales force quite happy. There are also some great people working at Choice.

    Cons

    There is an extreme lack of corporate culture, at least as observed from a field-based position. Also, the frequent reorganizations were a bit disruptive at times, and there were constantly rumors regarding internal politics and personnel changes. But the biggest issue, perhaps as a result of those previous ones, is a lack of emphasis on team collaboration amongst the sales staff and between departments that rely regularly on each other for information and assistance. And finally, professional development opportunities are not readily available in some departments, such as sales and property support.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Better utilize regional teams to better accomplish the company's goals. The independence of sales people, while freeing and gratifying in certain ways, often inhibited a good team-based strategy to get good deals done. This is especially necessary in situations where so many people overlap in territories and compete for very limited opportunities.

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    No room to expand!!

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    Current Employee - Front Desk Clerk  in  Sandy, OR
    Current Employee - Front Desk Clerk in Sandy, OR

    I have been working at Choice Hotels

    Pros

    Pros you can me meet new and exciting people at check-in and the pay is OK during summer time.
    You can take you lunch anytime !

    Cons

    Hotel Managers are scared to stick up for you in front of to owner. Most owers of the hotels never worked to front desk before in there life to know what it take to keep a custom coming back!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take some time and reward your staff that being in the money for you!!

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