Four Sisters Inns Compensation FAQ

Read what Four Sisters Inns employees think about their compensation at the company.

Four Sisters Inns has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.1. If you want to know how much Four Sisters Inns employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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June 25, 2021

What is the salary like at Four Sisters Inns?

Pros

Great place for teens and retired people to pick up a little work they don't need to survive. Gets you out of the house. You don't need any experience in hospitality to get a job with them while you look for something better. They'll literally hire anyone with a pulse.

Cons

The salary position might be tempting, but you'll end up working many ten-hour days with almost no backup if you manage one of their properties. Run far far away from this company. It's a dead end job that will drain your soul and toss you aside. The company relies on their high employee turnover, low compensation, and understaffing to save money rather than rewarding work that goes above and beyond. Consistently understaffed, as manager you and your front desk team will end up housekeeping half of the time. Front desk team is expected to take their meal breaks on their own time after their shifts are over.

Advice to Management

People know when they're being exploited. Offer benefits and pay your team a fair wage. The professionals working front desk are the only reason your company turns a profit. Upgrade your properties so front desk workers don't have to lie to guests about the shabby décor and malfunctioning HVAC.

The salary position might be tempting, but you'll end up working many ten

June 25, 2021

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June 25, 2021

What are other benefits and incentives like at Four Sisters Inns?

Pros

Great place for teens and retired people to pick up a little work they don't need to survive. Gets you out of the house. You don't need any experience in hospitality to get a job with them while you look for something better. They'll literally hire anyone with a pulse.

Cons

The salary position might be tempting, but you'll end up working many ten-hour days with almost no backup if you manage one of their properties. Run far far away from this company. It's a dead end job that will drain your soul and toss you aside. The company relies on their high employee turnover, low compensation, and understaffing to save money rather than rewarding work that goes above and beyond. Consistently understaffed, as manager you and your front desk team will end up housekeeping half of the time. Front desk team is expected to take their meal breaks on their own time after their shifts are over.

Advice to Management

People know when they're being exploited. Offer benefits and pay your team a fair wage. The professionals working front desk are the only reason your company turns a profit. Upgrade your properties so front desk workers don't have to lie to guests about the shabby décor and malfunctioning HVAC.

The company relies on their high employee turnover, low compensation, and understaffing to save money rather than rewarding work that goes above and beyond.

June 25, 2021

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