Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 8, 2017
speaking to my co-workers ,getting my cart ready for the daily services,greeting the guest as i enter the lobby floor as i make sure their needs are met so they stay could be comfortable going on with my daily routine i do my duties and end my day
Barista, Room Service (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – January 8, 2017
made alot of different types of coffee drinks also worked as room service. i learned how to make coffee drinks. loved the management and the co-workers. there wasnt really any hard parts about the job. the best part was working with the chefs in the hotel kitchen.
Cashier/Seater/Greeter (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 5, 2017
My experience working for the Renaissance was a bittersweet one. Even though the money was great (at times), the lack of communication and feeling worthless as a employee was a big disappointment for me. I feel as if there isn't any growth as a employee at this establishment. The turnover of workers staying employed is always questionable. The staff is never considerate of other people's feelings nor personal affairs, manager lack communication skills, and the general manager is very disrespectful. I'm glad I left this franchise...
Great Money and PTO
Lack of Communication, no respect for others, etc...
Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 4, 2017
My experience was very positive, I enjoyed being part of the management team, we accomplished a lot during my time there. I was able to build the HR dept and contribute to accomplishing the goals we on the executive team set for the business.
Management and staff
As a hotel, it is very demanding of your time, beyond work hours.
Safety and Security Officer (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – December 25, 2016
Great company to work for, Marriott Intl. is. They have numerous brands that you can work for. You can always advance yourself and move locations if needed. It is a challenging company to work for as well. They test your skill, common sense, situational awareness and motivation.
Director of Group Sales; Corporate Market (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 21, 2016
I enjoyed the team that was at the Renaissance for many years. They were not however, adaptable to change. Hard to have the upper management buy into change and cultural matters. Being part of the Marriott Sales Force was challenging
Loss Prevention Officer (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GAHotel – December 15, 2016
It is a good place to work when you consider job security, but in reference to compensation...it is not the best. If you are not management, you more than likely will have an hourly salary between $9 and $14 per hour. Regardless of position.+