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At the hotel I work at, general house keepers are expected to clean human blood and spit off walls. my issue is...guest that leave such messes are charged an additional 300.00 for clean up of such mess. The house keepers make between 9-10$ an hr and are aloud 30 mins to clean a normal room. In the case of blood, spit or other outrageous messes they are aloud an extra 30 mins to clean the room. Thats a lot of money going into someones pocket. Is this a general practice among hotels or am I correct in assuming something isn't right with this?  
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It all depends on the hotel, some places don't charge a guest anything because housekeepers don't inform management. In the case where the guest smokes in the room, the room is usually placed out of order and it's a complete lost when it comes to revenue.
As in regards to the blood, unless the hotel is really indeed charging the guest, it is not unusual for housekeepers not to receive a cut of the extra cash.
You can always ask you manager and they can tell you their reasoning behind it; it may not sound fair,but unless there is a union, there is not much that be done.
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