Marriott International, Inc.
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Marriott International, Inc. Employee Review

Work like a horse and survive on only milk and old pasta for your lunch brake.

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22 February 2020
Unless you wore a suit you were treated like dirty on the bottom of the shoes of those that did wear suits. C&B=Long hours, no finish time, shifts back to back, often no food on your break, extremely dangerous expectations on staff to move heavy furniture and equipment, managers that could not organise a p*ss up in a brewery. The only good thing about the job was the unbreakable bond of the team forged through16 hour shifts and being deliriously underfed.
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  1. Work like a horse and survive on only milk and old pasta for your lunch brake.