Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Marriot Hotel Dyce Aberdeen – 16 April 2018
The bulk of the work consisted of a 120 day 65 point maintenance check list where I effected any repairs or replacement to defective items. Once a week there were other PPMs such as legionairs risk reduction and backwash of the pool plkant room
Comfortable work environment, free food and friendly staff
Kitchen Porter (Former Employee) – Park Lane,London w1K7TN – 22 March 2018
A typical day at work going so fast with smile on a face! I do learned how to be a part of a team and how to deal with people's! The manegment is helpful and doing everything on a professional way they all care about the people's who is working for the marriott! We just got a brand new canteen where we use to celebrate Christmas and the new year! The most enjoyable part of a job is to meet many kind of people lurn from each other and support! The hardest part is to clean up after an event! I have very good memories from the hotel!
Management (Former Employee) – All over – 12 March 2018
The work environment initially was very welcoming. Once you didn't fully immerse yourself in the culture, you kind of felt like an outsider. There is no other place to be if you really like to conform to the "fake-it 'til you make it" culture. Hard work doesn't pay off. Conformity does. I would recommend working for a selective service property as opposed to a cut-throat resort. There wasn't much room for out of the box thinking in meetings. IMO.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Wroxham – 11 February 2018
For me would be spent answering and making calls – along with reception duties I also carry out general admin tasks. In particular, I have a responsibility for HR, and act as a PA to the Directors as and when required.
Working alongside the most vibrant, lively and fun people you’ll ever meet.
Swindon, UK - Assistant Front Office Manager (Former Employee) – Swindon – 6 February 2018
As a world-class leader in the travel industry, there’s no better place to make your mark. Interacting with people from all corners of the globe, learning about new cultures, improving on your people skills, getting better at your ability to communicate and enjoy being part of a team. Each day will open your mind to a world of possibilities outside the norm of a 9 to 5 workplace with plenty of growth opportunities.
Leisure Assistant (Current Employee) – United Kingdom – 4 December 2017
i am currently doing an unpaid internship at the Marriott hotel, based in the leisure centre it is the most fun and enjoyable environment going the staff are brilliant to work with, i will never dealt it one bit
Operations Co-Ordinatior, Guest Relations Manager (Former Employee) – London – 3 December 2017
Healthy environment, espacially when royalty, celebrities, and business leaders coming to attend events and meetings. The company keeps the confidentiality at top priority and provides opportunities to grow within the company.
Low turn over means long time wait to promotion withing team
Night porter (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – 30 November 2017
hotel industry- beeing my fisrt job since i am in aberdeen . lot's of knowledge i've gainned during my carrer with this company from reception toreth us , brilliant guests and the enviroment was enjoyeble around them offering them all the service nessesarily for providing them a good service and a nice stay with us .