The hours were sometimes long with several down times. The busiest hours were early morning or late evening transporting guests to and from the airport. Had great opportunities to meet people and earn extra dollars in tips
stressful, no business, no advancement opportunities
Server (Current Employee) – Midwest City, OK – January 9, 2018
There is no business which means you don't make any money unless the hotel or conference center has business. There are no benefits, no opportunity to move up within the company. It is not really a career oriented place to work.
Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 8, 2018
There is always something to do, and as long as you are focused and willing to work there will be no issues. A lot of the work is a bit repetitive but that means that the focus is perfection and replication.
Free lunches, over time opportunities
A bit impersonal working for a company that large.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 8, 2018
would start my day by making sure staff had changed all linen and garbage in hotel,learned how what chemicals to mix and not to mix .management was decent no complaints,work culture was very quiet but friendly. hardest part of job is when people called out it made things rough at work,best part of the job was the tips you recieve.
Naturalist (Former Employee) – Avon, CO – January 8, 2018
I was pretty shocked at the lack of support for the employees where I worked. You would assume that because of the high quality of care the Ritz-Carlton provides to their customers, they'd at least extend some of that to their employees. Nope. No benefits.
Food and Beverage Manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 7, 2018
Marriott is a stellar company. They have gone downhill since 200u in regards to associat focus and gues satisfaction. It is past time for marriott to reinvent itself and look into franchise properties closely.