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"the best cruise line in the world,for guests and crew"

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Current Contractor - Stateroom Attendant in Miami, FL
Current Contractor - Stateroom Attendant in Miami, FL
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I have been working at Royal Caribbean Cruises as a contractor

Pros

rccl cruising all over the world ,,,rccl has 22 ships and one of the worlds largest ships in the world...

Cons

everything are wonderful,,i was in other cruise lines but this is the best especially for benefit and what we earn here

Advice to Management

everything is wonderful

Other Employee Reviews for Royal Caribbean Cruises

  1. "Company with great potential, HDQ very political and somewhat dysfunctional"

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    Former Employee - Sales Director in Miami, FL
    Former Employee - Sales Director in Miami, FL
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Royal Caribbean Cruises full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great perks
    Fantastic product
    Exciting, always changing and growing

    Cons

    Very political at headquarters
    So concerned with what Carnival is doing that they lose sight of their strategic plan
    Tendency to promote people for wrong reasons
    Not a good environment for strong females

    Advice to Management

    Company wastes a lot of money on programs, technologies that they do not fully utilize
    Re-evaluate your leadership team, especially at AVP / VP / Director level


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Royal Caribbean Cruises full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    For the front of the house flights and hotels are paid after your first contract. If you have any extra languages you will be sent to different parts of the world. I got to go to England, Ireland, Germany, Colombia, Panama, France, Italy, Portugal, most of the caribbean all while getting paid.

    You have to posibility to save your entire paycheck because you don't pay rent, utilities or food. So while it might not be amazing money it works because you dont have expenses.

    If you know how to deal with the distance you will make some amazing and unique memories along with friends from all over the world.

    The job is easy, you have to use a lot of common sense, be very fond of customer service and really enjoy what you do. If you have a positive attitude you and people around you will have a fantastic time.

    I met my husband there.

    Cons

    Distance and holidays can be though, you work long hours on special days and have to make the best of it.

    Scheduling once you are in a couple is a nightmare even if you are married. In order to cut costs they have to put you on different ships which then complicates your relationship.

    When there is a bad influence it tends to have a huge effect on people around them, which makes things very difficult.

    Sometimes new policies will apply and they are not well thought, they are great on paper but not so much in real life.

    More and more they are bringing more responsibilities and cutting back on staff, it only means more stress.

    Advice to Management

    After years of working in a company like this people create bonds and there should be a huge program to allow couples to stay together. Have ten spots for couples in each ship or come up with a policy where couples are responsible for paying half of their travels to make up for the cost of removing other people and I am sure you will create fantastic crew satisfaction and will save some money too.

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