Your lead to believe that if your a good employee you will have the opportunity to grow with the company and move up in the ranks of Marriott management. But in all reality it's just a ploy to get you to do the work. I've been with my hotel several years and several promotions pass me by while new employee are promoted after a few weeks on the job. Seniority means nothing . And their is no opportunity as long as you continue use to kill yourself working all the hours you can because they don't want to give you raises when you deserve them.
For me it is the supervisor above me that doesn't do anything and help to make the work place better. First time in almost 2yrs that's it's so disappointed
I worked in the laundry and was by myself for days with no other coverage. At age 70 it was too much.
The hours and the associates
Answered - Assistant Event Services Manager (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
With Marriott's acquisition of the company, employees were faced with uncertainty and change
Answered - Executive Assistant/Coordinator to the Former CFO (Former Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ
A manager without a heart...a back stabber
Answered - AYS/PBX/Guest services (Former Employee) - Key Largo, FL
I worked for a franchised company. The SMART tool is not used to create measurable goals for managers at some locations.
Answered - General Manager and Director of Sales (Former Employee) - Wichita, KS
When expecting a Q.A.
Answered - Bistro Attendant (Current Employee) - Warwick, RI
I don’t fill stressful about the hotel
Answered - Catering Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Carolina, PR
At this facility, it is the continual problems with payroll and scheduling. If one is expected to be on duty ON TIME, and do their duties effectively, then Management should be equally good at paying us our due wages, and timely. Also, we as employees have a right to know beforehand if there will be changes to our set schedules. We have our personal lives, and if they cannot see fit to work with us, then they should not be upset if we are discouraged, or choose to move on, (While turnover may be a natural occurance in this industry, it should not be festered by poor or otherwise indifferent management.)