Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews in Washington, DC
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The employees and management staff at Marriott Hotels International and W Washington DC specifically, exude professional, genuine, warm customer service. Management empowers employees to go above and beyond, and think outside the box to provide epic moments for guests.
My review is excellent base on my performance by being helpful the guest and being a good team player and also get the job done by patrolling the property , check the fire control room for safety and contacted investigation and a report for any incident and accident from the guests.
simply put I love working for Marriott International. It is an overall great company that provides you with a lot of perks and benefits. I mostly love the culture and the work environment. I truly made a great decision in moving forward with my position and I look forward to growing long-term using Marriott’s internal promotion structure. They truly invest in you!
Marriott used to be a family oriented company. They got away from that and now they are very focused on bottom line. They don’t seem to really care about individuals in the company. They don’t always take advice from those two best know it.
Seemingly just a number in the company.
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Treat everybody as you would want to be treated. Be on time. Communication is the key to the kitchen atmosphere. It's very important. The management at my site changed often so you had to get know people often.
no pressure, alot over time, great benefits
I worked there as part of an internship program designed and put in place by my High School Academy that landed me an interview with this company. A month or so later I was accepted and began work less than a month after the school year ended. It wasnt a difficult job in many ways. Wasnt physically taxing or strenuous in any way but did require me to be ready to be put into an assignment as the hospitality industry is ver come and go.
Manageable work hours, great reference, good location, experience and friendly environment.
Not so stellar pay and frustrating early commute by train.
It's like going to high school, only thing is you are the teacher. Common sense goes a long way! Anything you know will be wiped away and rebuilt. Old saying goes, take care of your associates, associates take care of guests, guests comes back. Well that went away once Starwood was acquired. All brands have became your standard Marriott's.
Free lunches, flexibility, training
limited opportunities, poor management, lack of transparency
if the hotel business is what you wnat then go for it! some property's your ale to move up fast in the company be carful with select service hotels.. its almost like a "crabs in a barrel" type of atmosphere
Marriott was where I learned to be a well-rounded attorney, and a well-rounded individual. Work was demanding but mentors were freely available. Management was inspiring. The workplace was cordial. I never felt backstabbed, even during an era when female attorneys were (at the beginning) the exception rather than the rule. The most enjoyable part of the job? Feeling like I was coming to work with friends.
Law Dept. softball team, 401k, stock options
I cannot think of any cons other than that the starting salary was low, however one moved up quickly.