Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Birmingham, AL
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The workplace culture is wonderful. Most people are very friendly. Want to move up in the company? Plenty of opportunities and encouragement from management. Continuing education is a big part of Marriott life. There is always something else to learn to impact the guests and other employees. Also many ways to learn how to perform new challenges before your next promotion. It's hard work, but lots of fun!
The best part of my day was when I finish early and I'm able to catch up on other job tasks. I'll help any of the housekeepers that's still there and I'll help the laundry attendant pull dirty linen and I'll also be doing my room service. calls
My time working for Marriott was very Interesting, I worked there for 2 years, in which my first year, I was expected to perform miracles.
The management at the time of my employment was pretty descent to start. There wasn't enough banquet employees, I had no assistant, and did not have the tools to operate my department.
I worked as an Chief Engineer for Marriott in Mobile and in Birmingham Alabama. The management was harsh and working conditions were very hard. I never thought I would say that companies like this is why Americans are losing the battle....
The only good thing about this place is the discount that you get a marriott hotel's when traveling! The pay sucks (at least for me it did) i was there almost 4 years and only received one raise after almost 2. I was constantly promised promotion opportunities and salary increases that never came. I wised up and left. Worst job ever! ever!
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The manger here at this location, has repeatedly lied to me, concerning benefits , and made promises about raises, and lied about it, only to string you along and keep you working for them. They never fulfill these promises. Also, discrimination in wages with employees doing the same job, same length of employment and experience.
The job itself is not the stressful part of this position. The stressful part is that the people at the particular Marriott I am employed at does not communicate proficiently. No one is organized and I am yelled at from all sides due to others not doing their job.