Groundfloor staff (Former Employee) – London – 18 January 2018
This was my first job in London and I could not have been happier. Genuinely finding people that care about the mission and purpose of their workplace but still fill it with their own individual touch alongside making it fun for guests and colleagues alike is a rare gem.
This place is something for good. Everyone is helpful and listens to anything and you will make friends just by the nature of it all.
Great management with fantastic ideals and ideas for the future course as well as great colleagues with that twinkle in their eye towards what they are building for their life.
It was only a mere two months but I have made such good memories that I cannot mourn my moving on from this.
Work at premier inn and you will have a good one. That is assured.
Great atmosphere, fair management, fantastic volunteer opportunities
Besides having to scrap dirty plates, nothing comes to mind.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – West Drayton, Greater London – 17 January 2018
Unreliable pay as you didn't know how many rooms you were going to get. Also I got under paid a few times when I was working for the company. When I asked for work they said they didn't have work for me but the other employers worked for the day. I got less rooms to clean than the other workers there.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Runcorn, Cheshire – 16 January 2018
A great working environment and supporting team to work with.i worked here as work experience so didn’t resive a salary however I know that the job requires hard work and an active person, I really enjoyed my experience here and hope to work for them in the future.
Front of House Staff (Former Employee) – St. Andrews, Fife – 11 January 2018
It was an interesting experience to work for Premiere Inn under a different style of day to day management of businesses. The daily running of the hotel was not something I was used to and it wasn't as effective and efficient as my previous employer's. However, I was grateful to learn new skills and try to adapt to suit my employer's needs, although I didn't personally agree with how they liked tasks to be carried out.
Hotel Receptionist (Former Employee) – Birmingham NEC/ Airport – 8 January 2018
I learned do much working here. Gained qualifications, was given opportunities to advance within my role, learn new loles new responsibilities and career. Covering for my reception team leader while on maternity and duty manager cover not only at my hotel but at another in Peterborough for an entire weekend. Fire safety , health and safety and first aid and hospitality qualifications I gained here. I gained experice in the restaurant and bar also.
Team i worked in and the opportunities to gain qualifications and experience gained.
Receptionist/Administrator (Current Employee) – London Bridge Station – 7 January 2018
Good benefits such as 50% off rooms but i have to work morning, late and night shifts all in the same week which is intense. Cant really socialise after a shift as you cant be bothered to and guests can/ will be unnecessarily rude and mess up your day. Good experience and good as a temporary job.
Free hot drinks, cheap hotel rooms and many different discounts
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Southampton, Hampshire – 28 December 2017
I work in house keeping and maintanices the work is hard but I do lots of different things each day I like my jod but I need a new challenge I clean rooms fix things I also paint the hotel rooms answer phone use PC order thing that I may need help the guest when they come to the hotel