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Night or nighttime (also spelled night-time or night time) is the period of ambient darkness from sunset to sunrise during each 24-hour day, when the Sun is below the horizon. The exact time when night begins and ends (equally true with evening) depends on the location and varies throughout the year.

Racher Horner mentioned, "Loneliness at night is when some people living with mental health conditions feel at their most vulnerable, when they are at a much greater risk of reaching crisis point."

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Night Auditor/Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) says

"this job was good but the pay was not nor the hours and management was horrible. It was very stressful and did not enjoy any of it all. Management did not help either."

Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) says

"Don't work night audit unless you can stay up all night. It is a really hard position to work. I started having trouble sleeping during the day, being very tired all the time and it was effecting my health."

Security Guard (Former Employee) says

"The job that was required of me wasn't heard it was very easy and manageable. the problem way the management. to many problems no organizational skills owners where racist, and not worth the pay. Cons: Bad management"

CLERK (Former Employee) says

"I just pushed buttons and counted cash. I hardly ever checked in people or out. It was a very quiet hotel with few rooms. Not much to talk about there. Cons: Low pay"

Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"The management was horrible and hardly did their job and would do anything they could to get out of having to do anything. The coworkers were constantly late, and people were constantly getting in trouble for the tiniest of details."

Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) says

"I did not mind the job itself but the management was were I had problems. I did not like the how things were handled and that they have gone thought over 60 people in the last two years alone. I also disagreed with the fact that every little mistake seemed like a fireable one. I did not feel like I had job security."

Sales Coordinator/Front Office Supervisor/Trainer (Former Employee) says

"No balance between work and life, management does not have a handle on the property. Co-workers were family and we ran the show and kept what culture we had left."

Night Auditor/Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) says

"Awful experience. We weren't trained for the job, aren't being paid for the time we work, and the expectations are unreasonable. I have worked in customer service for a number of years and this hotel is a disorganized, money-grubbing mess. Cons: No respect, violations of the labour code"

Front Desk Agent / Breakfast Attendant (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work for me as a night auditor for Best Western Hotel and Suites is just that, a typical night, very scripted and very much the same each night, this makes it a secure place to work because things are always the same. Cons: no one to ask fo guidance"

Night Auditor (Current Employee) says

"management at this workplace is terrible, They have no sense of personal time or space. They still issue hand written checks and never issue days off requests."

Night Auditor (Former Employee) says

"I love working night auditor and helping customers with their hotel stay. I left due to complications with pregnancy. The manager made advance and when i called him out the owner started accusing me of taking pillows. This was to stressful for my pregnancy so I resigned. Cons: Management made advances"

Night Audit (Current Employee) says

"This job was really just an opportunity to make some money during the summer while looking for better employment. The managers seemed to not know what they were doing and the hotel was falling apart."

GUEST SERVICE AGENT (Former Employee) says

"A typical day at work is always being alert being you have to work graveyard and all types of human life are trying to book rooms and with every form of payment that might not be legit. Learning has been very intense, very much need to pay attention to details of all kinds. However, it's a lot of great teaching to learn. Management is never hardly seen or heard your out of mind and sight, unfortunately. Management should be more considerate of your work schedule and be careful your not over lapped on work hours. The hardest part of your job could be the over night hours it take some time to get use to but, it'll come. The best part of my job is our guest they make my job enjoyable every time I was at work. Cons: No Lunch Breaks, No down time"

Front desk representative (Current Employee) says

"I get to meet new people everyday. I learned how to hear what people have to say and to tend to their needs better. I have been with the hotel for five years and ready to move farward with something new or even same thing but ready for new environment. Cons: can not move farward"

Cashier Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"I like working at the motel 6 they told there time to sell you that you were doing a nice job Cons: worked nights"

Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) says

"Fast pace during the late hours and also early mornings. Enjoyed meeting new people. Had a great team of people that I worked with and used my discounts while traveling."

FRONT DESK CLERK (Current Employee) says

"Don't think of any raise in salary, the health benefits are manipulated in a way that you won't get it, and above all, you will be alone at front desk whole shift, no matter its morning, evening, or night. Cons: Low salary as compared to other night shift jobs"

Housekeeping Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Working here could have been really good except for the General Manager, who is no longer with the company. The guest services manager was great, as was the Executive Housekeeper. The hotel staff was fun and most of them worked hard to make this a fantastic Hotel. Cons: General Manager"

Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) says

"Typical day of work: Cons: no pay raise or advancement in company, no benefits"

Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Got to work independately. Work was busy by times but enjoyed working in that line of work because of the people you got to meet. Hardest park was dealing with the people who stop in on there way from the bars and you were alone. Cons: working all alone"

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"I worked at The Night Ministry Cons: Many levels of management have poor skills in building up and supporting staff, building morale or team spirit. Dynamics in some departments are quite bizarre and many newer staff tend to leave after several months."

Former Employee - Development Coordinator says

"I worked at The Night Ministry full-time for more than a year Cons: There was a lot of fear in the development department that added to an unhappy environment."

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"I worked at The Night Ministry Cons: no vision insurance no upward mobility poor disciplinary technique different managers have different time off policies"

Development Coordinator says

"I have been working at The Night Ministry for more than a year Cons: Management is allowed to bully staff. Not a lot of room for advancement."

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"I worked at The Night Ministry Cons: No room for advancement within development. Lots of night and weekend work"

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"I worked at The Night Ministry Cons: Leadership transitions over the past few years have not done many positive things for the organization. Bullying is tolerated within the Development department and there have been reoccurring layoffs under the current VP. The VP means well but has not received the professional development needed to manage well, which results in a negative environment for employees. Key executives within the organization only retain/promote employees who offer enough flattery."

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