At Your Service Agent Lead (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – June 20, 2017
Great job if you are in school. Co-workers are great. Wonderful atmosphere. You get discount on hotel. Hardest part of the job is that you only get 3 to 4 day notice of what your schedule will be like. Can't really plan any activities since you don't know your schedule will be. Training is super boring a long.
I loved working for the Marriott. It was an exceptional company to work for. They had outstanding benefits, great team leadership and overall excellent management. My job duties included liquor inventory and stock. Scheduling shifts. Counting out my drawer as well as everyone else's. And making sure that my restaurant was spotless before I left. I also helped in the training of new employees as well as bar tended when needed and helped out & Catering when asked. I also volunteered my time for the annual Golf Classic. As well as volunteering for Children with Down Syndrome events and WW2 vet lunch ins.
Great people place excellent work environment
Fluctuation of income. And dealing with the occasional intoxicated guest.
Front Office Supervisor (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 7, 2017
I love this company, only down side would be choosing the correct career path with the company. Since they are very well known for promoting within it can become very overwhelming when figuring out your exact fit. Over all I would work for the company again, the ability to travel and working in other countries is a plus as well.
cook (Former Employee) – Kissimmee, FL – June 7, 2017
The energy is amazing in that place its the best place to work you learn a lot of new things in the Marriott hotel you really do feel like family. The hardest part about working in that fast pace that you need to know what's going on how to fix a problem with the food in a safe clean standard. I learned from different people how to use my creative and how to handle my knife. I enjoyed the team meeting it was fun going out with the people you work with and get closer as a team.
seems all good until the managers start to train you
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Woodmere, OH – June 2, 2017
i was super excited about working here UNTIL i started working here. i only worked here for 2 DAYS and it was because the management is TERRIBLE! i would go into work and really be ready to work but the managers didnt bother spending more then a hour helping and then leave you to fend for yourself at the front desk. the managers stayed in the back for my entire shift and i had to go back to them each time because i was new and needed guidance. its a shame that they preach about team playing and then the second you start they leave you for dead. the manager told me it takes 6 months to learn this business but the rate i was starting i can completely understand why. its a shame when you are actually someone that wants to learn and your getting no help or guidance.
good pay, health benefits, amazing discount for employee, friends and family get a discount too
poor management, not enough guidance, very old computer system