Marriott International, Inc. Employee Review
Highly depends on location
I have only been able to work at one hotel before the pandemic hit, so this is not a good overall picture. I highly did not enjoy my leadership and how they behaved unprofessionally, and this ultimately set the tone for everyone else. While opening a restaurant I got the flu, and had the flu for over a month due to not being able to take time off and staying sick.
Ratings by category
Cheap lunch, not free.
short breaks, long days, inconsistent days off that can lead to 10-12 day stretches without any days off.
A typical day at work was essentially setting up a conference room in order to host a wedding reception/awards ceremony and other similar events and then carrying out service during the events. It was a tough job with no time to not be busy, but that was one of the best parts of the job.
Avoid if possible, rubbish facilities, one directional hierarchical structure, complete mislabeling of the jobs, rudderless senior leadership, GM and HR incredibly difficult to deal with, lack of ownership of problems, lot of uncertainty about where Marriott want to go and how they are going to get there.