Avis des employés pour Front Desk Clerk/Night Auditor chez Courtyard by Marriott
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Flexible shifts for those who may need it, great benefits within the corporate logistics, and co-workers are amazing.
$2 lunch/dinner, 30 min break, great employees
terrible management, inconsistent with schedule and reprimands
I was still in the learning phase when the pandemic happened. Everyone treated me very politely and with great care. Overall I was happy to be there,even the customer were a pleasure to be around.
Discount Hotel Benefits, I had some down time early in the morning. My coworkers always were on time to relieve me.
I was part time
In 2 years with this company I saw at minimum 75 employees come and go. Never could keep staff and moral is low. No good incentives. Always called you in but no benefit for being the go to person once the chaos is calmed. Wouldnt recommend until higher ups are held accountable for the lack of follow through and teamwork. No true organization on team building.
They let you know how expendable you are from week 1. You are over worked and seriously underpaid. They will make sue to cut corners with you by "forgetting" to register your benefits on time. There is no opportunity for growth or promotion.
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While working for this company I dealt with things that are beyond the word "work-life stress". Management never managed until Audit season was in then it was rush rush to make sure things would be able to pass. There was never a easy day at work whether it was leaks in building, guest stuck on elevators, out of items in the Bistro that was a necessity every other week, all the way to management throwing each other under the bus in order to get good reviews from the guest. I habe neverlk
I don't believe that any customer service field or is it specially Hospitality that you should be a robot. At the Marriott that is exactly what they want you to be everything the scripted which I believe does it make the customer or guests feel welcome to they can tell you're reading off a script and it feels disingenuine.
It's a good company with many entry level work force opportunities. There is room for growth with management opportunities. It's a clean work facility.
Many different schedules
Most positions are hourly pay
Everyone I’ve ever know tho work at this hotel is out through such a test of ability that success in this hotel earns you respect and future jobs within the industry. Every hotel in the area knows what this hotel is like during busy season, it’s a fast track through the hospitality industry and into management if you put the work in.
Don’t be fooled. It may say “Marriott” but the management company “Rudra Management” is a complete joke. When I first started we were run by a different company and things were beyond amazing! After the buyout things went down hill quickly! Barely any training provided. Cut your hours without notice, then overwork you the next week. No time off. Property owner and manager do not care about this property at all. It may as well just go up in flames!
I was originally hired in on a set schedule working night audit.At night there isnt much guest interaction and I like that.I was part time,which means I didnt qualify for any benefits.I did get PTO and not VTO.Fulltine employees get both.They have free life insurance and affordable health insurance,plus many other,but this is for full time employees.My problem was I was Part time,but there were many consecutive weeks I work full time hours and still wasnt able to get any of these benefits.The turn over rate is very high.Ive saw many people(more than 20) come and go and I've only been there a year.I dont really work with manager but alot of my co-workers would complain when they worked with a certain mgr.Also,the mgrs come when they want.They could be on schedule and you would think a manager is coming and but they dont.Therefor the whole day there is no mgr.From my mgrs I notice I could be doing the exact same thing for a whole year,and all of sudden I'm getting yelled at becuase I've been doing It wrong.Thus that's how I trained to do it.The pay is low.where I'm located you could work at target,meijers, and get paid more.Do not work for the courtyard bistro u get paid min. Wage and have to do everything by yourself.Clean,cook,make drinks.I worked FD and it many times they wanted me to stop what I was doing to help bistro breakfast.I wasnt trained for it and all of a sudden they expect me to know how to serve and cook the sandwiches and stuff.It can be stressful. I just try to work my shift and leave.And oh,its plenty of times they call u ,when you are off,to ask question - plus...
Sometime u can get the expired food
No lunches, no breaks, wants you do do extra stuff you didnt get hired to do
Overall it was a good experience, I got to advance my customer service skills, guest satisfaction was a big one, and also guest recovery. I loved helping the guests that made it fun and exciting everyday.
Night Audit duties previously mentioned in addition to: Balancing the ledger and monies owed by the hotel to vendors and various accounts Processing accommodation payments Responding to phone calls and directing guest mail Assist guests with basic information and/or modifications to reservation(s). Posting the day's room rate and room tax to each guest folio at the close of business Ensure the accuracy of the charges to the guest folios, ensuring that the sum of revenues due to accounts receivable from the various departments (i.e. Food & Beverage, Sales, gift shop) Work alongside a security officer to maintain a level of security during late-night hours for both night staff and guests Balance the advance ledger and monies owed to the hotel by credit card companies, third-party commissions, and direct bill accounts. Settle invoices from Accounts Payable and schedule auto-payments for specific accounts (i.e. SYSCO, Sam’s Club, etc.)
Nice quite area, fun to work here. Great if you are in school, you can get your school work done while at work. if your a mother it is also very convenient.
lots of free time
hotel departments are not always in sync
The job was relaxing for sure and SOME management showed like they cared. Eliot McDowell is the man to be under. The most chill and respected Manger I ever seen.. Worst part is that all employees act like desperate teens lol All male employee try to flirt with the women and the women are just out there.. so becareful...
Messed up team, poor pay, unreasonable management