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Night Auditor Reviews
No min wage or overtime but forced to work 52 hrs a week.
Night Auditor in Houma:
Pros: It's a quiet relaxed atomophere
Cons: The hours/pay
Opportunity to learn more things.
Night Auditor in Sydney:
Pros: Very flexible
Cons: Average management
Night Auditor in Augusta:
Pros: I have time to handle each task before me as thoroughly or quickly as the situation requires.
Cons: It's not as classy a hotel as one at which I would like to work.
It's a job, I guess.
Night Auditor in Grand Junction:
Pros: I get ample time to work on other skills during my overnight shift. This is important to me, as I'm hoping to leave the hospitality industry and never work here again. My manager is nice. He tries, at least.
Cons: Where do I start? The hours are, of course, awful. There is little to no communication. Our franchise owners don't let us replace broken items because they're "too expensive" (I see our revenue reports every night; we have the money, trust me). There are some issues I've had for as long as I've worked here, and nobody has communicated, followed up, acknowledged, or otherwise done anything to try to resolve the issues. Our raises cap out at $13; there are employees who have been at this hotel for over a decade who still only make $13. Our GM is being run ragged by our owners; he's doing the work of three people right now, and they don't seem to care so long as they can cut corners on costs. It's like nobody cares about anything at all here. I can't wait to leave. I don't want to be here. We're owned by greedy people who view their employees as mindless worker drones who don't need a sustainable income. If I cared at all about a promotion, maybe I'd tough it out and start liking it here, but... I don't like it here. Night Audit is just a stepping stone. This company has caused my mental health to deteriorate rapidly.
Some nights are better than others.
Night Auditor in Forest City:
Pros: Working without supervision. And avoiding the daytime drama.
Cons: Under appreciated. Taken advantage of when it comes to my days off.
Night Auditor in Oklahoma City:
Pros: I enjoy the solitude of the job, I don't have to work with many guests.
Cons: I dislike the fact that it's at night but I also enjoy that.
Night Auditor At Courtyard Marriott.
Pros: The great thing about the hotel industry is that if you decide to move, you'll most likely find a job. Hotels are everywhere. I get bonuses every time the hotel sells out but only on days I'm working. I have a great medical and dental plan and I get a 401k after the first year.
Cons: Working nights is very boring and I have to deal with unruly guests. I get no job satisfaction what so ever.
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