Executive Assistant of Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – May 25, 2018
Well I was offered this new position from a brother- sister property. From the start I've heard bad things dealing with management, from other old employees but I took a chance anyway , thinking that it may not be that bad. Stepping in the door with no training and I was throwed to work so I went to work in the housekeeping department doing the best i could and going off of what i knew.When it was time for me to run the shift i dont no log in information which i learned form a front desk person. when my shift came around to run i had less people on schedule than the head boss. Just a lot of things to got tired of and the GM of the Hotel was not trying to make the situation right nor fair.
Good job but very fast paced and stressful for some.
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – West Jordan, UT – May 24, 2018
I definitely do a lot of work here at Residence Inn that I know my position doesn't normally do. I have been left alone during the nights for my shifts with no managers from the very first week that I started. No one is really here to help with customer request and busy days that I have to check in more than 30 people in the night as well as fold towels, deliver items to guest, and answer phone calls. It's a easy job if only the Owner would hire more people to help out with everything in the evenings. Also the management needs to have better communication with one another as well as the job skills to jump in and help out when necessary. The co workers are very stubborn in schedules as well and won't really help out cover shifts if needed but beg for others to covers shifts when they don't feel like working. The hotel is very low staff and has gone through several employees because of lack of effort in management and others.
Great discounts, very easy during slow nights, and friendly people.
Having to deal with CSI from guests and employees, no communication, low staffed, demanding job for title of position.
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – May 24, 2018
I worked for Sunridge properties who owned the location accordingly. Went through a couple GM's in my time there but overall the marriott brand is great. It is easy to advance and the only reason I left was because of a move. I had the option to transfer but instead went back to my previous employer
Everyone treats each other with repect and loyalty
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 6, 2018
I like working for the residence inn some of the people I work with are fun its a nice environment I like my boss the people the guess are friendly they leave us things we all help each other as a team
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – North Conway, NH – April 21, 2018
It was great working with Marriott, everyday I got to meet different kinds of people from different places, with different culture and different race. Management has thought me good skills on making bed for them to look pleasing to everyone that walk into the bedroom smelling a fresh refine scent of cleanness of the room.However the hardest part of my job was if I had alot of checkout rooms that were checking in back the same day. My most enjoyable part of the Job is when I have the guest and supervisor telling me I had done a great job and is pleased.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – April 9, 2018
When I worked at the Residence Inn I made a family with my coworkers, we always worked well together. Never mixed business with pleasure, but always made sure not to be so uptight. Treated our guest's as it were their home, with open arms.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – April 3, 2018
My review are every low for the residence inn. The mangers or mean and rude. You would work six hours a day. Your check wouldn't be much and they don't give you enough time to finish a room. Your not allowed to smoke on your break.
Chief Engineer (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA 30004 – March 27, 2018
nice place to work I'd learned different thing good management and its family oriented. The hardest part of my job is when commuting in a bumper to bumper traffic my most enjoyable part of my job is working with all the staff and meeting with people.
Too hectic and team dont feel their love their jobs
Chief Engineer (Current Employee) – Bothell, WA – March 25, 2018
Other team leaders expect me to help them but in the other ways they hesitate to help me. I only work by myself and struggle to recruit new team members as RGM changed his policy that only recruit 16 hours PT and no one wants to work that small hours at small salary and no benefits.