Absolutely. All of what Steve just said.
I said the same thing to them after my second eval with them and Adam insisted (in the nicest possible way) that we talk. He really is a nice person, which makes it harder to understand why he'd hire someone like Roldan. I'm convinced that he's like his son-in-law or something.
Anyway, Adam told me that I was "one of their best" and he was surprised to see that I choose not to work for them. I explained that the 3 or 4 pages of "corrections" that Roldan sent to me made me feel like I was far from the best. He fluffed it off as "oh that's just his way."
Welp, his way is costing them some very good contractors.
(Edit to reflect another poster's comment): TrueGuest pays in par, or better, than others for hotel/restaurant/bar shops. The pricing issue is an industry one.
Thanks for the clarification. It takes some of the sting out of the experience. I am glad that other companies are getting closer to a fair trade for the effort.
If I may ask, how is the "going rate" calculated?
The overnight stays I've done (probably about 15 now) have ranged from $50-$100. My one night stays typically pay $50 with the exception of one that paid $40 (and TG who pays $100 whether 1 or 2), while my two nights are often $75 or $100. This is across 5 different msc.