Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Baltimore, MD
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They will try to accomidate u with ur work schedule if u have children in daycare or school if u have a early work schedule. Its takes alot to get fired from this company they believe in second chances.
The food is wondetful
Tne pay stinks
The company is very big on excellent customer service. The company is well known for promoting employees throughout the company. The company offers a great benefits package to their associates.
The Marriott overall mentors and takes care of it's employees and ranks very high compared to other companies and/or organizations I've worked for. They have Great Benefits including an outstanding 401K and great pay for the position I hold. A typical day as a Bartender starts by setting up the bar and learning what the items presented for the day are like soup and vegetable of the day and setting the bar up to service the guests when the bar opens. The Bartending job is very fast-paced and you must move and think on your feet fast which is the hardest part of the job.
Marriott seems to breed an air of arrogance that makes it so unappealing year after year I work here. There is nothing hospitable about the hospitality industry. I have seen some great people come to work for Marriott and leave as hollow shells of the former person they used to be
Great staring opportunities Great pay Amazing Benefits nice paid leave accommodating with family emergencies lack of management and or high turnover lead to inconstancy fired me over a 9 dollar discrepancy and didn't have my back very corporate
I worked at the Marriott Waterfront in Baltimore in 2001 and the job started off great. The employees were good to get along with at first and the benefits are good. I received a pay raise not long after working there and I liked the fact that the employees wear uniforms. After a while I saw favoritism against certain races of people and they actually had the audacity to call me in to work after the 911 crashes and said they would pay for a cab for me to get there. Temp employees from foreign countries were looked at like ooh la la while most US born citizens were taken for granted. The benefits were good and so were the breaks. I hate their policy on when an employee gets fired, corporate will put a Do Not Rehire code beside your name and you can never work for any Marriott again or any hotel under their management. Bad policy!
Free meals, drinks and uniforms
Managers looking out for certain people and employees throwing each other under the bus.
The culture shift after Mr Marriott stepped down is more towards your typical faceless corporate atmosphere instead of the large family organization it once was. The pay scales are set for you to move on to another position after a year; however, they make it next to impossible to do so. This leads to pennies raises after the initial year.