Living & Working in Great Places
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bias in mind, too. The season starts early October and goes to early May, so it is kind of a longer winter season than most.
One of the things you quickly realize when you work for a small company is that
there is almost no privacy. You can become a bit extra protective when it comes to letting others know what is/was happening. So, I’m probably going to do this by using generalities more than specifics.
One of the most enjoyable things about working at a smaller place is when you see a review, either professional or in TripAdvisor-like sites, is you know what part you played in that person’s stay. You’re also more likely to see photos or videos of a people’s vacation and remember them…like the video that follows…
Room and board is thrown in at the ranch. You eat the same food as the guests eat, actually you are encouraged to eat with the guests. Everyone has their own room. Most share a living area and bathroom facilities.
We say we top out at 24 guests, but with some extra bunks thrown in we can really hit 30.
With a small staff, you get to know and work with every staff member a lot. Hmmmm…let’s see how to put this…if you have a difficult time working or spending a lot of time with that would not be normally a friend with…it’s not a good place to be.yes""> Not only for you and that other person, it makes everyone a bit tense.
Many times having that one boss, or that one (or couple) of owner’s is a great thing. You don’t have to go to one person for let’s say payroll questions, another for oh, let’s say time requests. It’s all the same people.
Sometimes there are personal problems in life. And you know how distracting they might be.yes""> Um, owners are people too.yes""> In a large business one person’s life is more easily covered by layers of management. In a mom and pop, not so good.