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  1. Victor Mar

    I used to work for big names like Hilton, and now I work at smaller chains for the reasons you said. Ppl be acting entitled AF but the chain i work in now is low level so i get a lot of locals. Which can bring its own problems but i dont have to kiss anyones ass. Lol

  2. Graham Mizzi

    Are you still in the industry right now? How was steering around the covid world been? I work in the hotel world right now and working on a degree to hopefully get into management.

  3. Devilluke ラム

    I hate it housekeeping is terible and pools is miserable I just want to quit

  4. T-MUSTAFA 33

    I'm interested in a hotel job however I don't have any experience working in a hotel. Does anyone know what position I could go out for? I live in Houston Tx.

  5. Mic Curtis

    I worked for a couple different hotels in the past, I loved my Job, I was so sad to leave but honestly, I was a single mom at the time and the hours were killing me. I left the hotel industry and opted for an office job, and let me tell you……After the excitement of working a hotel front desk for all those years, and then being stuck in a tiny office corner cubicle I missed it soooooo much. My life has taken a turn once again and I found myself looking for a job, the first thing I thought of……HOTEL. It's just in my blood I guess. I am excited to start this next chapter in my life back in the business I started out in. Fingers crossed………

  6. Irenee Shubert

    Find the right one is priority. The hotels here in Ranger are prejudiced toward the people living in Ranger.

  7. Carletta Goodrich Mann

    The presidential suite is all I want to be in the hotel industry. Vegas luxury with a casino.

  8. Abundant Mindset

    Thank you for this video. The Marriott denied my housekeeping application, but another Marriott property reached out to me to apply for a "Guest Environment Expert" position. This position is apart of housekeeping. I would be responsible for housekeeping, laundry and public spaces. I'm still contemplating on whether or not I should take this position. Can you give me some feedback?

  9. I work for a smaller hotel so front desk and the housekeepers work together closely and a lot of those cons dont even apply. Its a lot more relaxed

  10. Gianluca Caredda

    I have been working in hotels for three years. Don't get into it unless you really like overpleasing people.

  11. Stay Blunted760

    I work at a hotel rn and loved it at first now i cant stand ittt thwy abuse u !!

  12. La Nicola P

    Im aware that OT is common in hospitality industries. I just want to know how it works say like in Singapore. Is anything beyond 8 hours considered as overtime? Or just OT Thank you?

  13. Victoria Dathan

    Thank you for the helpful tips & advice. I'm currently searching for jobs and thinking about the hotel industry. I worked in the fast-food industry for 2 years. I think it should be fine.

  14. Jesus Christ is Lord

    This industry is legal slavery. In small hotels you are a receptionist on top of waitress or housekeeper and barely have time to get to the bookings but at least work autonomously as they can't afford a manager. I larger ones, they do hire managers and make the cuts on the receptionists and housekeepers by expecting them to basically do a 2 person job on their own. Forget about a break in your shift as you are still expected to answer phone calls, open garage/ gates or are not to step away from the front desk if alone.

    Definitely forget about having a family and say goodbye to your circadian rythm (sleeping pattern). You work morning, afternoon/ evening or night randomly, sometimes all 3 in one week.
    (You will walk around like a zombie, exhausted yet never sure when you are able to sleep.) Did I mention changing schedules last minute?

    Any over time is you messing up and will most likely not be paid yet you get in trouble from coworkers if you do leave on time and leave the smallest thing for the next person. Also in some hotels, they make profits from not planning any time for you to receive instructions from the person working the previous shift time so you are not paid for coming in early which you are expected to do otherwise you are making your coworker late. According to my calculation, it makes up to a month worth of salary that you are not paid within a year.

    A least, that's how it is in my country (France), unfortunately.

    It's the best job EVER but no matter how hard-working you are, you will finish every single shift crawling. Beyond sad

    Oh. And they will hire anyone, even with no experience whatsoever, train them for a few days to a few weeks if that and then blame them for everything when management treats guests poorly but know front desk will be dealing with issues. Hypocrisy at its peak

  15. Imani Thomas

    did you study hospitality in college? I really want to work at a hotel but I didn't study hospitality.

  16. Cleaned a room today. I’ve been working at this hotel for two weeks and the people who were staying in the hotel room the night before got arrested. I went to clean their rooms and found crack pipes, empty dime bags, condoms, fuck it you name it. I could feel a strong essence of crack smoke and I think they smoked in their room… Anyway I felt little tingles in my feet and fully convinced myself I was high on crack from “micro dosing” from the essence and was paranoid the rest of the day… Damn, another day another dollar

  17. Flaca Diabla

    The most difficult part in hospitality for me has been the employees. Because turn over is so high, management hires just about anyone, making the work environment unprofessional and FULL of bad mouthing without consequences.

  18. Annalisa Fusi

    any suggestions for those who would like to enter into this industry after studying languages? what kind of professions there are? what about salary and career opportunities?

  19. I've been in the hotel business for over 8 years. Started off as a entry level, phone operator it sucked so badly. However I worked my way up, and now I'm attending college to finish my bachelors for international hotel for human resource.

    Yes, these benefits come in handy! The only con is that during winter, hours get dropped due to it being slow… october-december..

    Other than that, working in hotels has always been dope. It's easy and the money is great.

  20. MrPepelongstockings

    Just discovered your channel as I'm looking to apply at a hotel. Thanks for sharing your experience, there's not a lot of content about this from the actual employees. Good to know about housekeeping, multi-departmentalism, poor accountability, and the basic procedure.

    You didn't dive into your background here, or just didn't explain in a way I understood (I'd thought you'd said at first you'd quit or been fired from like 4 or 5 hotels in the last 5 years lol) but I'm assuming you meant in moving up/changing positions like you said bartending, etc.. 

    You said that you feel you've outgrown the hospitality industry, and later that you feel you're ready to open a hotel… What did you mean by that? What things did you learn that made you decide to open a hotel as opposed to other positions/moving up/changing fields? Thanks!

  21. I have a rery important question i want to ask which department is thing and which chain do u love working in the most and why plz dm me if u are not allowed to say that in public thanks 🙂

  22. Samir Chavi

    You forgot to talk about when the lady on the front desk try to get extra tips …giving a special service to her special guest…….I've been working for almost 3 years and I saw this situation a lot of times….lady on rhe front desk when one of her friends (guest) arrived she spend a lot of time in his room working over time

  23. Andres Rodriguez

    Like this video !! Thank you for making it and its so point on & true what you said about the pros and cons of the hotel industry..thank you for all who worked and still hard work in the Hotel hospitality industry!!👍👍👍😞👏👏👏👏👏👏🔥🔥👏👏 THANK YOU for all you hard work you do every minute and day/night. From Tampa Florida!.

  24. Andres Rodriguez

    The hospitality industry is not easy at all. It's stressfull on bussy reasons 😕😕😔😞😰😭you have dill with rude guest and enjoying coworkers that get that on you your last nervous😕😕😕😔😔In the hospitality industry, You have to be quick thinker fast- multitasker..try to have a positive attitude to make it in it.not easy..its not a walk in the park for sure.!!

  25. LeoFloresTV

    I've worked for Britain resorts and now I currently work for Hyatt Hotels Corporations and ive really enjoyed both. I have a degree in Travel and Tourism Management because I really like the hospitality industry. I would like to move into airports or maybe event planning in the near future though.

  26. fitness for life

    Been working in 5 star hotel for about 3 yrs in 3 different country. Pay is less, fucking moran guest think we are slave ( not all ), under staff. Fucking 100 percent occupancy everyday. Function, weeding shit going on. If i could i could change job but i guess every job is stress full. Still working in hotels but salary is like penny. But still has to respect work and food that i am getting on table only thing i hate is people and stress

  27. Just got hired at Hilton as a front desk agent. Bring it on baby this is gonna be crazy!!

  28. Wolfgirl93

    I just got hired for a hotel and I start this Monday. So doing as much research as I can!

  29. Duta Niagara

    Too relevant! 😂
    This has to be viral cause you don’t go to a hotel and be a jerk.
    Love the last statement: you can’t satisfy everybody.

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