Server and Sales Coordinator Assistant (Former Employee) – Key Biscayne, FL – August 22, 2017
It was a great job and I got to meet great people. I always had job opportunities until management gets in the way with personal issues with you and decide to give you a hard time. Majority... was good though. Great benefits and insurance and counseling.
Pastry Cook I (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – August 18, 2017
The ritz carlton was great to work for in other states. As for Denver, it wasn't the worst, however there is no room for growth if supervisors don't leave. Days are very long and its hard to maintain a healthy work/ social life.
Lobby Concierge (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 11, 2017
The Ritz culture will immediately educate you on what the true definition of luxury and how to apply that to your life. Everything is done at the highest level possible. Highly recommend joining the Ritz Carlton culture.
Server / Bartender (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – August 9, 2017
The Rtiz was a great place to work if you're in the hospitality field. There are always hours to pick up even if it's in another department. Many benefits included discounted hotel in really nice places. Promotion to another department takes time but is doable, have to show your commitment to The Ritz. Awesome Hotel Manager at the Sarasota Location!
Hospitality Agent (Former Employee) – Half Moon Bay, CA – August 4, 2017
The Ritz-Carlton upholds a high standard of excellence and five star service that every employee is determined to fulfill. Overall the moral of the company is very strong. I found employees to be treated as ladies and gentlemen, just as the guests are expected to treat the guests. There are many company incentives such as the five star of the quarter award, community outreach, lateral service opportunities, and room for advancement based on performance.
A guest (Former Employee) – Visited. Many – August 4, 2017
How is a person supposed to live on 12 or 14 dollars an hour especially based on the cost of living in these areas ! I can't lmagine what a lovely resort style place they work over time hours to pay the bills - are they all illegals ? Or from Mexico !? Then they have to send half home buy some beans and rice and live like a squatter they should be proud and feel successful - do you offer your employees higher adult education , litercy classes , cuts in housing ???
A place where Ladies and Gentlemen are serving Ladies and Gentlemen.
Learning Coach (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 3, 2017
I start my day at 7:00 am in the morning ,I clock in , conduct a line up with my team(Line up is what going on in the hotel through the day and the occupancy,I log onto my computer read and respond to my emails.Follow up with any guest calls.Update any documents that needs to be updated,Conduct a short training with various departments.Forward a summary of what I did throughout the day,attend the morning meeting with management.I create a work environment of team work.The most enjoyable part of my day is communicating with my co works and working together to complete certain task.
Recreation Assistant (Former Employee) – St Thomas, VI – August 2, 2017
The Ritz-Carlton is very well-known brand. If conforming to their ideology is something that you can get behind, then more power to you. I myself felt like I was pretending to be someone else for forty hours a week. Even great pay can't replace individuality.
House Officer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 31, 2017
As a security officer I'd patrol the Hotel, man the lobby for the protection of guests and their property as they are checking in and out. Assure all security/safety and fire regulations were followed by employees. Daily incident and activity reports. hardest part would be the constant standing at times. The best parts is the friendly people you meet and their gratitude for your being there to protect them.