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30+ days ago

Housekeeping Aide - Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa (14001FA3

Marriott Miami, FL

include: Respond promptly to requests from guests and other departments. Identify and report preventative or other maintenance issues in public… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Officer-Loss Prevention - The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove

Marriott Miami, FL +2 locations

Officer-Loss Prevention(14001QT5): Patrol all areas of the property; assist guests with room access. Monitor Closed Circuit Televisions, perimeter… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Officer-Loss Prevention- Able to work flexible schedule - Miami Airport Marriott

Marriott Miami, FL

include: Patrol all areas of the property; assist guests with room access. Monitor Closed Circuit Televisions, perimeter alarm system, duress… Getit.me


29 days ago

SrMgr-Meetings&Special Events-The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale

Marriott International Miami, FL

Plans and executes meetings and special events. Position assists in the implementation of departmental strategies. The position has responsibility… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Coord-Housekeeping

Marriott Miami, FL +2 locations

Coord-Housekeeping (14001Y6Y) Run sold room reports, verify room status, determine discrepant rooms, prioritize room cleaning, and update status of… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Officer-Loss Prevention-PM (overnight) - The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove

Marriott Miami, FL

Officer-Loss Prevention-PM (overnight) (14001HIM): Patrol all areas of the property; assist guests with room access. Monitor Closed Circuit… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Officer-Loss Prevention (Overnight) - The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, Miami

Marriott Miami, FL +2 locations

Officer-Loss Prevention (Overnight) (1400186B): Patrol all areas of the property; assist guests with room access. Monitor Closed Circuit Televisions… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Supervisor-Loss Prevention - Overnight - The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale

Marriott International Miami, FL

Supervisor-Loss Prevention - Overnight (14001XL8): Patrol all areas of the property; secure rooms; assist guests with room access. Conduct emergency… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Housekeeper - Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Airport & Cruise Port

Marriott Miami, FL

include: Respond promptly to requests from guests and other departments. Fill cart with supplies and transport cart to assigned area. Enter guest… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Housekeeping Aide - Residence Inn Miami Airport

Marriott Miami, FL

include: Respond promptly to requests from guests and other departments. Identify and report preventative or other maintenance issues in public… Getit.me


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    Working for this franchise was a waste of time for me.

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    Former Employee - Home Reservations Agent in Miami, FL
    Former Employee - Home Reservations Agent in Miami, FL

    I worked at Marriott

    Pros

    Marriott Corporation has had an overall long tradition of good quality of service to customers and its employees as well. Every Marriott location is a franchise of the Marriott Corporation which headquarters are located in Bethesda, Maryland. Marriott franchises are located nation and worldwide which means that there is the opportunity to work and live in other places across the United States and out of it as well.

    Cons

    The fact that every Marriott location is a franchise means that there could be some variations in management styles, organizational behavior, and quality of service. In the specific case of the Global Reservation Center in Miami, I found that Miami has a high cost of living (compared to other places in Florida) and the hourly rate offered, in my case, was not a competitive hourly rate. After training, the hourly rate would increase to fifty cents more per hour which I think is not enough incentive. Apparently their financial situation is not so good since they were cutting hours, and hiring mostly certain "targeted groups" due to the incentives and credits the government gives to them for every recruitment of this kind.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    To be more effective when interviewing and screening candidates because it seems that government credits given this employer are more important than finding the most competent employees.

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