Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Albuquerque, NM
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Working at the hotel was a little stressful. They had me work ten days in a row with different shifts. I was doing more than I should've and sometimes that would cause me to fall behind.
Would have to leave my break early sometimes to take amenities to customers.
No support from management of you aren't willing to give all of your time and energy to the company for Cents above minimum wage Company climbs on the backs of it's employees to make huge profits while.all the employees make just enough to stay above poverty line. Managers take bonuses and rewards for employees quiting in place of being fired so they drive you out when you have lost your usefulness to the company.
Work experience was very long. Great co workers who were willing to help. Managers were unreliable, didnt give enough detail. Straight froward. Needed more time preperation. Payment was excelent as a good seasonal pay. Hardly had scedules printed out at the right time.
Deserts and pay
Workers understanding, poor managment.
But overall I like the job I’d recommend working nights because the days don’t get much business. And if you choose to work banquets you only get your hourly pay you don’t get tipped out for each banquet.
It was a very fun place to work but the management was very poor starting from the gm to the manager
It was a really good paying job you would just have to make coffee and serve people food and which I enjoyed talking to the customers but the management was very poor leaving the servers with no supplies or anything to serve.
Not really good tips
Working in the hospitality industry for Marriott was a great experience. Over all employee morale was good. Management was engaging and shared knowledge and company information with all employees and brought us all together and a team.
Discounted meals, great management staff
If you're looking to gain some experience with customer service, interpersonal communications, multitasking and have a good understanding of what it takes to be able to work in guest services effectively, this is a good job. I recommend it if you're looking for the experience, but it can wear you down after a while as pay isn't that great
Free lunches, builds experience
As a supervisor my responsibility was to assure that the department ran smoothly. I would keep my staff busy with work, and made sure that they served their guest in a prompt and gracious manner. However, the incompetent management that supervised me was lazy and made a lot of extra work for me. I found myself working 6-7 day weeks frequently, while also doing jobs that were originally responsibilities above my pay grade; such as making schedules and ordering supplies.
free lunch and cheap hotel stays
over worked and under paid
The Albuquerque Airport Sheraton hotel sucked out my soul. I had too many daily tasks too do and not nearly enough time to do them all. That, and the fact that my position, the night dishwasher, was responsible for washing every last plate, utensil, pan, etc., before leaving. Those two things combined to make an absolutely excruciating experience. And God forbid if there was a banquet or anything that took time and attention away from your regular duties. All of this is okay if you are a fast worker. But I am not, and I was miserable at this place.
Being a Chief Concierge was a great experience. I learned about the hospitality business. I liked taking care of the guests. It was fun meeting people from all over the country and world. Working major holidays was the hardest part of the job.
getting to know restaurant and spa owners and other Concierges form ABQ and Santa Fe
Dealing with unruly guests