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Ritz-Carlton Overview

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Chevy Chase, MD
10000+ employees
1983
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Travel & Tourism
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Puttin' on the ritz is second nature to this hotelier. The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company operates about 100 luxury hotels in some 20 countries offering premium accommodations and amenities for business and leisure travelers. Located in prime destinations, its ... Read more

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Ritz-Carlton President and COO Hervé Humler
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    I worked at Ritz-Carlton part-time

    Pros

    great team to work with! pay is pretty good

    Cons

    fast paced and stress because of dealing with some angry guests

    Advice to Management

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Ritz-Carlton Photos

Ritz-Carlton photo of: Corridor of Ritz-Carlton (Photo thanks to Flickr user jiazi, available under by-sa v2.0)
Ritz-Carlton photo of: moroccan lamb
Ritz-Carlton photo of: Ritz carlton Spa
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Ritz-Carlton photo of: Entrance of the Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Durado Beach, Puerto Rico
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Ritz-Carlton Interviews

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    Loss Prevention Supervisor Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Key Biscayne, FL
    Accepted Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Ritz-Carlton (Key Biscayne, FL).

    Interview

    "Loss Prevention Chief" made contact via phone regarding the application submission and wanted to set up a meeting. Upon returning their call to set up the interview, the time/date was set, and it was clearly stated: "Is there anything else I should know?" The interviewer answered "No". About an hour later, I received a text message regarding the position. It became apparent some very important details had been left out of the job posting: it was an overnight position and it paid $15.40/hr.

    This was the offer despite a B.S. in Criminal Justice and solid, combined work experience (security and loss prevention).

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Ritz-Carlton Awards & Accolades

  • Training Top 125 (Hall of Fame) (Hall of Fame), Training, 2009
  • America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2008
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