Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Kansas City, MO
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The job has its ups&downs the upside they do have benefit package they also need you well&reasonable you can advance to greater task but it takes awhile to do so poor management on communication the rate of pay is terrible all in all you could retire from such &unless have 4 1 k package
I work to hard for what im payed and was told i could advance and was lied two when it came time for said enhancement the hard est part of jod is haveing to pick up the slack when lazzy implores dont do ther jod .
To short a braek
You will never have the same day twice. Your hours may change, you may have a different shift or you may be doing something way different the next week. Hotel life is fast and busy, but you always way have something to do and meet some incredible people along the way.
friendly people and good bennifits
if you're just looking for something temporary or this wouldn't be your first source of income this would be a great environment. Wages aren't enough to support living on your own.
good people, flexible schedule
standing all day, lower wages, no room for overtime
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loved working here but just the timing was off for me. i have 2 kids and it's like you have to dedicate you live to the hotel. there were times i was there from 8am to 9pm at time sometimes longer.
free lunch and 2 15 min breaks
long hours, sometimes you didn't have what you needed on your floor and would have to go search for it
I was a housemen for a Marriott Residence Inn. It was a lot of work. I wore multiple hats there. I did a lot of different things that wouldn't fall under the umbrella of housemen. for that reason alone I think compensation should have been much hire given the fact that I was doing cross dept jobs in addition to my own tasks
pay and organization
I really enjoyed my job here, I loved the guests, and AT FIRST my coworkers. Then I found out everyone who worked there was two faced and talked behind everyones back. Management is just as bad, and favors butt kissing ghetto trash over others. I was "let go" for having a SMALL problem with another co worker. Not because I did anything wrong at my job.
wonderful job I miss the woman, I was partner with washing dishes. me , her both make sure to not get pilled up with dishes. haha sometimes. the servers come in long night . understandable so are we. make long story short we always came out on time working together as a team.
I worked for Marriott for 4 years and was able to work through all areas of the hotel business. I started as a front desk agent and continued my growth moving to housekeeping, the restaurant and then eventually back to the front desk as a manager.
Problem solving skills are a must for this job. Greeted customers, handled card/cash payments. Mid and night shift were responsible for washing/drying/folding all laundry that housekeeping striped from the rooms that morning. A lot of work and exhausting for an 8 hour shift. Impossible to get all your work done. What you didn't finish was passed to the next shift to hopefully finish before morning.
Benefits for full time workers
No breaks, lot of hard work
A typical day consisted of a quick meeting in the morning and everyone getting their assignment board for the day. From the first day I worked there, I quickly noticed how unorganized everything is. My supervisors never introduced themselves, they were unfriendly, I had to figure out who was who. Most of my coworkers didn't speak English, so communicating with them was very hard. The hardest part of the job was that a lot of linens were stained which made making beds to be very time consuming. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with the guests.