Working with RCI developed you to be a better person and it's a great privilege to meet different nationalities, Guests and Crew. As well, privileged to tour the world. You are learning while working. Great to develop Teamwork.
Commi - I Chef (Former Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – October 15, 2018
Woking in Cruise is by no means an easy environment. As an employee, you have to work more than 12hr a day plus there is no day off for your whole contract and at the same time you don't even get paid on vacation. But in spite of all the cons. The only good thing about working is that everyone works hard and as a family.
experience of a lifetime being able to travel various islands and countries. Preparing meals for hundreds of guess and crew members in a given timeframe and having to compete with other chefs from other restaurants.
state room attentant/ housekeeping (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – October 9, 2018
working with royal Caribbean was a good experience. it thought me to be efficient and hard working. at times it was very stress full. the hardest part of the job was working hard and it the end the guess takes back there money after telling you what great and wonderful service you give to them. most enjoyable part was making the guest happy delivering the GOLD ANCHOR standard for those who remember great and smile, own the problem, look the part deliver the WOW.
Customer Service Representative- Call Center (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – October 5, 2018
Loved working at RC, but i got called for a more permanent job. They could have paid more, but of course that's FL!!! Schedule was ridiculous and they didn't want to help the employees with being flexible!!!
Working with a lot of different nationalities gives you opportunity to learn about there culture and life styles communication with different guests and crew members is really very helpful and you can learn a lot this is a very interesting and knowledgeable experience
Senior reservations agent (Former Employee) – Springfield, OR – September 25, 2018
Great place, warm and friendly environment with a lot of benefits, there was plenty of paid time off and vacation days even for new people, including a floating holiday as well as there are some unpaid vacation days available should you need them they have shift bids for all of the different shifts
Lots of work, but interesting, fun however it is ongoing and never stops. It is a large company, used to care and want to retain employees but with changing time it has changed too. However, it is trying to get back to putting employees first.
Chef de Partie (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – September 18, 2018
It’s a very high pace work environment and long hours. Expect to work at least ten hours everyday.you get to travel the world getting paid to do it. You can apply online the company have a new ship coming soon so they will be hiring at a high rate. Your first two weeks come with a lot of training with the company having so many new ships promotion comes quick
Inventory Control Specialist (ICS) (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – September 17, 2018
During a typical work week, one of my biggest tasks is checking in on my staff and assessing progress on various projects. I like to meet first thing on Mondays to discuss our priorities for the week, then meet again in the middle of the week to check progress, and once at the end of the week to discuss goal setting for the next week. I meet with smaller groups of my staff in the middle of the week to troubleshoot any issues.