Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Savannah, GA
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I worked here as a housekeeper. The pay is very low and they don't want to pay housekeepers anything. Very good hours BUT, you only get one day off a week. We are responsible for cleaning 25-35 rooms a day. That's ridiculous. You're always tired and burnout. Always short staff so other workers suffer because of it. These housekeepers work too hard to be getting paid what they get. Marriott needs to do better!!!
Lunch breaks are only 30 minutes and the company doesn't pay for it.
It was great working here. not only because of the money you can make there but most of our clientele, they would be in meetings for majority of the day so when they finally were released and able to let loose, we were there making them laugh, getting them feeling great and making sure they were having a great time after a long, tiring day.
Greet, register, and assign rooms to guests of hotels or motels. Verify customers' credit, and establish how the customer will pay for the accommodation. Keep records of room availability and guests' accounts, manually or using computers. Transmit and receive messages, using telephones or telephone switchboards. Answer inquiries pertaining to hotel services, guest registration, and travel directions, or make recommendations regarding shopping, dining, or entertainment.
I came to work for the Westin brand before the merger with Marriott. There was a high turnover in staff as well as management. This position allowed me the flexibility to have an income while building a clientele for my own business. I learned what not to do in the spa industry.
Lunch provided, travel discounts, reimbursement for CE, compensation=base rate+commission+gratuity
Hours were not steady, Excessive turnover in management, Would work you as much as they could get away with.
I have worked for Marriott about 10 years in all and believe my skills put me more in a managers position at this time I'm my career. But is not notice I am now trying to pursue that.
The upper management needs work. The pay and the amount of work you get is not fair. The hardest part of the job is relying on scores constantly that are slighted.
Free lunch or dinner
Long shifts no holidays off
Everyone was weary of eachother, did not work with eachother, dog eat dog world, fend for yourself, watch your back, bad work environment all the way around no matter what department you worked in.
Worry about losing or job daily.
very good company with good benefits as a Marriott employee, but in the area of work as a domestic employee, has a very bad administration of schedules, a slow response when unexpected happen with some guest, there is favoritism, very bad organization, I would not work again there, in that area of work
I loved my short time at the Marriott. The management was so sweet and considerate . Being a housekeeper can get tiring though having to drag the cart around from room to room floor to floor. I thought of it as exercise just have to make sure you eat and stay hydrated.
I enjoy working with most of the people and guests. I would like more interaction with the groups and building relationships to make the sale, but my current position does not offer that. I would like to grow with the company, but does not seem to be an option at this time.
Marriott International overall is a great employer, however, every property has a different atmosphere and work ethic. This property being the worst by far.
Employee discounted rooms
No breaks at all for Front Desk Agents on busy nights.