I worked at a hospital in northern Virginia. My job was to be in the front lobby and greet patients and visitors when they entered the hospital and find out their destination. After I found out their destination I would escort or wheel their wheelchair to their destination. I had to stand for 40 hours a week. I developed swollen legs and feet from the standing and then the pinched nerve in my lower back started hurting. At one point I almost collapsed while pushing a wheelchair because my leg was so painful. I was told I could sit on my 15 minute morning break or on my half hour lunchtime. One day I was in such pain I sat down in the lobby and it was not break time. I was fired because of that. I will be 70 in January. I was told when I was fired that one of the bosses "expects everyone to be healthy". Is this not a naïve attitude when you are working with people? Especially when your employees are almost 70. Frustrated Senior
Shortly after a bad car wreck in September of 2017 I was offered a job promotion. I came back to work as a cashier due to broke ribs and shortly after two weeks I was healed up more to do better at work and was offered a job promotion to book keeping in the front office October of 2017. I learned more about how my company worked and showed me what more responsibility was like and I loved being a book keeper.
How do I re- enter the Hotel Industry? I went to Michigan State University and I earned a Certificate for Hospitality Leadership, to get back into the hotel industry at 62 years old ?. I was a Night Auditor, a Front Desk Clerk before I became an Assistant Manager. I do not want to retire yet because I am a widow and I have a lot of life and spunk in me and I'm very active. I have experience as a Assistant General Manager at a hotel that closed up. Can anyone give me advice on how to get back into the hotel industry, I have sent in resumes and I went to interviews, and never got a call back for employment.
Seeking local employment within the Guthrie Oklahoma area. Receptionist, front office, retail, customer service, cashier, housekeeping.
I miss mobile job I spent 8 years there I've learned so much in the hotel business just hope I can get on my feet again
I love making people HAPPY no matter what it takes. All customers left contented and joking with me. Worked front desk for 15 and a half yrs
Charleston, SC - Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant is hiring up to 100 Full and Part-Time hospitality industry employees. The hotel will be conducting Open Interviews on Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15, from 8a - 6p, onboard the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point (Hangar Bay 3) , 40 Patriots Point Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464.
Job Openings include: > Assistant General Manager > Front Office Manager > Engineers > Line Cooks > Restaurant Manager > Restaurant and Banquet Servers > Executive Housekeeper > Housekeepers > Front Desk Agents > Sales Coordinator
For more information on Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant, please visit www.mountpleasantlyindigo.com