Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Orlando, FL
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A typical day in Marriott is a day of learning. When I get there I did not have the experience but they teach me how to do my job. The management is open to hear you and help you. I really enjoy when clients are happy with our work, that feels great.
I learned so much there, from multitasking with it being a high volume bar, the hardest part of my job there was proving I was the first girl hired.
I started in Banquets and I wanted to get my job on my experiences alone. I had to walk in my high heels with a tray of 10 full plates of rounds from one side of the banquet hall turn around and walk back, setting the tray on the tray Jack. They also gave us a menu and a blank piece of paper and we had to have it 10 minutes. The panel was very impressed I memorized the menu as I re called it back to them. Needless to say I was hired without using my husband's name.
I did housekeeping and management was a mess and a huge turnover rate so lots of overtime. Some people had lower-pay “fun” jobs that they liked though
Free meal, some benefits
Never enough supplies, micro management and nit-picky supervisors
Very fun place to work at, the bar and restaurant is right in front of the pool. people are very happy and relaxed since majority are coming straight from the pool. management for the most part is always around if not the front desk managers are very helpful.
I am starting and leaving with this... you have no room to breath and not one person inside of that building can be trusted. In one ear out the other. They don't care about your lives, every man for himself. Hispanic lady's think they own the place and they get paid allot more even if they don't even understand a vowel of English. Worst working experience I have ever had so far and I will never ever go back to work for this place.
Typical days at work are enjoyable in the sense that the people who work there are a great team to work with. I've learned a lot about people in leadership positions and how they tackle issues regarding others above and below their positions. Management in many areas of expertise typically hire and promote based on relationship rather than ability to adequately perform the functions of the position/department role. There is a lack of training other than favoritism toward individual desire of promotion.
It was a steady job while I was taking classes. The people were decent. The hotel was a mixture of characters that made everyday an experience. I learned from everyone there how to make things better, which I try to explain to others at the jobs I have been since.
a few loose cannons
I was very fortunate to be chosen to work in the Orlando World Center Marriott as a Guest Service Representative, it wasn't easy to be honest. The regular day at the front desk is considered as a 1500 check-ins or more since we have a total of 2,010 rooms. The managers and supervisors are very understanding and supportive, we also have mentors that guide us every step of the way. Despite our busy days, I always enjoy coming in to work because it's always a fun day meeting new people and seeing my friends of course. On top of that we had to balance a bank of $800, process credit card, cash, and check payments.
Uniform Laundry, Overtime, Diverse culture
If you love hospitality and look no further. Marrriott Intl. Was an awesome place to work. There culture seeks to engage employees, offer opportunities for career progression. Wish I was still working for them. I got a great foundation in guest service and operations.
Employee Rate, Great Benefits, Marriott Federal credit Union