Renaissance Hotels

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25 days ago

Sr. Manager-Events

Renaissance Hotels Baltimore, MD

Prepares all event documentation and coordinates with Sales, property departments and customer to ensure consistent, high level service throughout… Snagajob


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Renaissance Hotels President & CEO, Marriott International, Inc. Arne Sorenson
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    Great Company if you plan on living in Alabama

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    Former Employee - Front Office Manager  in  Montgomery, AL
    Former Employee - Front Office Manager in Montgomery, AL

    I worked at Renaissance Hotels full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The location, It's a Marriott Property, New Property, Offers great amenities, pay is higher than other hotels in area, opportunities for advancement (if somebody quits, gets fired, transfers). Training is good

    Cons

    The franchise is only on Alabama makes it difficult to transfer to other properties out of state. The state employees always stating "we/I pay your salary), benefits are expensive. Favoritism shown and "rules broken" for certain people but not all (6 months in current position before allowed to transfer to another position...), company also had a few EEOC claims filed against them. You literally have to wait until somebody gets fired/quits/ transfers positions/ or try to apply for an internal position to be posted before its taken down the next day in order to "advance". Try to keep electronic/written documentation, it will come in handy when you "get in trouble". Like many hotels hours are deeply cut during slow season (from 40+ hours to 10-15 hours).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Retired systems of Alabama...you would think the cost for benefits would be cheaper. Training program is good because it is provided by Marriott. GReat company to work for if you never plan on leaving Alabama.

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