Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Newark, NJ
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I had been working for for Marriott for thirty years they had tough me a lot in all aspects of life By working for Marriott I feel that it prepared to to work at any company
Not speaking for all Marriott's but if you don't speak Spanish you won't last African-Americans are targeted IF they get employed if the owner would only ask questions about why that specific location is always hiring that is the reason and these are facts
It is a union job
Manager is a racist as well as one supervisor
Mariott is a great company. The benefits are great, there are people who are willing to help you move up or around the company. HOWEVER, especially if you're looking to go into management. You must have a love for hospitality! If you don't it will be extremely hard to last. The hours are very long, at least 10 a day. The constant change in policy will be a headache all on top of managing an operation. Be sure, that this is what you to do. If it is you'll love it and never leave the company.!
very long hours
my experience at AIRPORT Marriott were very nice. i been working there for 29 years and i have learned a lot. it is a very fast pace place but when we got busy everyone jump in to help where they were needed. working for Airport Marriott were like being with your family. you get to know your coworkers on a personal note, and we use to have happy time after work with each other. some of the manger were OK. they would help you learn more then what you been doing. in all i would say this is a nice company to work for.
free Lunch company outing
short breaks heathcare cost too much
I would highly recommend working at Marriott the associates are friendly and work as hard as any other employees i have been around. Marriott gave me a second chance at working for a 500 fortune company and i will never forget.
career advancement frre dinner and discounts
The people were exceptional. They way the hotel and the Management Team treated everyone (employees and the guest) was heart warming. The kindness and thoughtfulness was like non other. I enjoyed coming to work each day and seeing happy, positive people. I loved how they all cared about your career path and worked at keeping life balance.
Busy hotel restaurant, never a dull moment. Cultivated the pallet made many new friends, met interesting people and celebrities. Learning new foods and wines was the best part of the job. Co-workers were a joy to work with. It was a pleasure being part of such a great company.
unlimited food and beverages
long hours at times
Normal days sometimes, I learned a lot about the housekeeping department. I managed about 60 people every day. Some of my days were hard to manage but I did the best I could . The hardest part of the job was that there was no communication between the front desk and the housekeeping department.
Very busy hotel property located on NJ's biggest and busiest airport. I enjoyed attending to my Guests, however the hardest part of the position was the Management. On any given day, we would have 7 Managers, all with different ways of doing the same thing. It was a challenge having many people directing you to do one thing, several different ways.
Always busy so my shift went fast.
Too many Managers.
Courtyard by Marriott was a corporate hotel with a supportive management team. Working in a fast paced hospitality setting prepared me to have a great work ethic. Great personality was a must. Having a great personality, I was able to have guest come back and stay at the hotel just so they can get serviced by me personally.
I manage a great team, We work hard and have tons of fun. My typical day is first finding out how my team is operating and making sure they have the right tools that they need to keep our operation running efficiently and productively. I always take the time to educate the team of policy and procedures and ensure that they are doing a great job. I like to always show my appreciation for their work and encourage them by setting different incentive projects to earn acknowledgement for their efforts. By doing this makes my team a better working environment to which they can treat our guest like family stress free. The hardest part I feel is getting the team to understand that we can not make everyone happy but we can always show empathy to everyone. The best part of my job is that we all understand each other and we all have a voice. We all have a chance to include what we do best and make it work for our overall team.
Our location is a challenge for our guest