Human Resource Intern (Former Employee) - Arlington, VA - July 23, 2018
The entire staff was great, unfortunate I couldn't remain because I had to go back to school. At that point I was going full-time and the position that was open wasn't flexible enough for my needs. But overall it is a great place to work.
Front Desk/Server (Current Employee) - Arlington, VA - July 20, 2018
I am responsible for handling front office reception and administration duties, including greeting, check in and check out, mobile check-in, guest and offering them hotel facilities, answering phones, answering a question, handling company inquiries, sorting and distributing mail. also, schedule meeting and travel for the executive. I also work as a server. as a server, I Serve food courses and alcoholic beverages to guests. Set tables according to a type of event and service standards. Answer questions on menu selections. Communicate with the kitchen regarding menu questions, the length of wait, recook orders, and product availability. Communicate additional meal requirements, allergies, dietary needs, and special requests to the kitchen. Maintain cleanliness of work areas, china, glass, etc., throughout the day.
Would check all the closed shift work and tally all the cash drops with the work summary. Wait for all the meetings and ballrooms to close their work. Start posting all the work in the computer. Wait for all the front desk work to close. Post and balance the work for the day. Submit financial reports to all the departments. Make sure all the work is completed before the morning shift arrives.
Excellent staff and managers to work with.
At times you are pressed for time to complete the work.
Change Management Consultant / Program Management (Former Employee) - Bethesda, MD - April 25, 2018
Fine place to work as an independent consultant.
Orchestrate and enforce human resources programs focused on development and maximum results.
Partner with global and senior management teams to develop mid and long-term strategies.
Lead projects with cross-functional teams: changes in structure, mergers and business expansions.
Institute trainings to influence, create and improved a high performance and engagement culture.
Banquet Captain (Current Employee) - Herndon, VA - April 6, 2018
It's start with finding the set up's been done right, and the meals for the guest ready when they come to the Hotel, lunch time it's always a rush, and have their AM or PM breaks in time.
We always learn something every day.
Our managers trust us, and that a plus.
Marriott culture is all about their employee's , making sure that we have a good place to work.
When something goes wrong and with a little time make it wright .
When the job it's well done, and the guest it's very happy with everything.
Application Support Analyst (Current Employee) - Gaithersburg, MD - March 30, 2018
The workplace is great. The hours are flexible and the environment is very family oriented. I was allowed to work from home 2 days of the week. The most enjoyable part of the job is dealing with different issues everyday.
Starwood team which came to do integration of the project, Lack the professionalism and transperancy,
The project team did not like to share the data and expect the work to be done without the input from the management
Housekeeping (Former Employee) - Rosslyn, VA - March 8, 2018
In huddle we learn about our job the brand standers and our customers, theirs needs are the most important to us and also the cleanliness of the entire hotel we also care about one another and help each other. the Management is very important understanding great to work with. I love to clean so this is the job for me.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) - Fairfax, VA - March 4, 2018
It really depends on who you work for. When I was working 2 Assistant manager gone and left. During slow months your hours will be cut a lot. As well your boss with think he/she thinks they can do your job.