Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews for Food Runner
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The work day was fun and relaxing. Typically we were busy from 5-9 and occasionally after 10. Our team was more like a family than co-workers. Our management was accomplished and knew what they were doing. It was definitely an enjoyable place to work.
I have started as a busboy. I worked initially in the buffet of the restaurant and my main duty it was to assist the waiters. My goal was to become waiter in the near future. I have had to working very hard to be Waiter. A typical work day was * Clean tables and ensure that fresh tablecloths and mats are placed * Remove soiled dishware, glassware and flatware and deliver it to the washing área * Clean up spilled food and ensure that floors and counter surfaces are sanitized * Make sure that the restaurant area is clean at all times * Keep an eye out for customers looking for service and assist them with their queries
Free luch good place to work
A typical day at the Marriott would go something like i clock in ans automatically i get to work. They call it setting ourselves for success. I learned that is everyone works as a team a puts egos aside then we can be successful.
co-workers are kind and fun, managers are lenient and understanding
when is busy it feels like chaos
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There was not a typical day, everyday was different in it's on way. I would come in and do anything and everything anyone higher in management would tell me to do. I would greet guest, serve food, clean dishes, take dishes and silverware back and forth from the kitchen to the dinning room, get anything anyone needed, clean , and take out the trash.
free lunch, great breaks, some great employees
horrible management, horrible hours, never enough employees
A typical day at work is your normal restaurant work. I learned a lot about working in hotels and extremely busy restaurants. Management of the hotel was top notch. Unfortunately the management of the restaurants was just plain lazy. Co-workers were some of the hardest working people I've ever worked with. The hardest part of my job was dealing with management and trying to move up in the company. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting people from all around the world.
i learned > I learned a lot from the style of guest service and also the different ways of service (food and beverage) And also style and new rules in the service serve food and beverage Management > Excellent My co-workers > We respect and love each other also help each The hardest part of the job > There is nothing The most enjoyable part of the job > Openness to different cultures
work never stops, and there are always tasks to be completed. with many hands on training seminars and classes, star wood elevates the standard of hospitality and customer service. old co-workers are manipulative and lazy from high job security. new co-workers work the hardest, but through time become like the old co-workers. the job is physically demanding and repetitive. the high pay is the best part of the job.
Excellent place to work if you are satisfied with being stuck where you are from the moment you begin.
Upon arrival everything must be set up to facilitate greater customer service with less delays and more focus on the customer. I learned that hard work is well rewarded in the customer service industry. Management was willing to work with me to enable me to make as much as possible on the busy nights and give me the slow ones off however when it came to requesting time off for school it was like water on a duck's back. My co-workers were some of the best people I have met in my life, ever-helpful and happy to assist any request at all. The hardest part of the job was realizing that although the money was great, I was forfeiting my education for a position that upon arrival had a glass ceiling. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with everyone I crossed paths with be it customers or co-workers.
Free lunch and the best benefits I have ever bore witness to.
It was a good boys club, if you're in with management you're set.