Engineer 2&3 (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON 90 biscayne crescent – 19 April 2016
A typical day at work would be doing my daily checks around the hotel, preventive maintenance in a few rooms, a bit of chit-chat with co-workers they are easy to talk to. The job is not too hard, and the most enjoyable part are the co-workers.
Room Attendant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 April 2016
Overall, the co-workers at the workplace are amazing and helpful. Management can do some improvments on organization of documents and work. The job is physically demanding and give you too many rooms to clean without enough time.
Banquet Server (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 April 2016
I personally take everyday as a new opportunity which helps me bring out best out of me. I have a zest of being better and more productive everyday. And, that is what paid off in terms of "Employee of the Month ".
Global Sales and Reservations (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 4 March 2016
Booking reservations how to book a hotel room Management is very helpful co-workers are really nice Having to listen to happy people all day booking vacations and watching people spend money like its going out of style.
over 25 years of experience in major culinary operations
Executive Chef (Current Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 20 December 2015
Managing kitchen brigade efficiently.Building a team by inspiring, training and motivating young chef with little experience. Keeping the kitchen operation efficient, profitable and interresting to work for.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 24 November 2015
Hospitality Management Experiences Plan and direct operations of all departments. Evaluate changes and guest needs and insure fulfillment Monitor and maintain financial performance Responsible for overall guest satisfaction Resolve guests problems Conduct daily standup meetings with stuff especially during shift changes Oversee employees to insure provision of quality service
customer service representative (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – 3 November 2015
Wonderful workplace with good managers that allow you to do your job well while growing in the company. I used to love going to work everyday knowing I will meet and help new people and get to welcome those returning to our hotel.
Attendent (Former Employee) – 345 Jefferson Rd – 25 September 2015
A typical work day for me was to arrive at 7:00 A.M. I was in charge of the front of the laundrymat. I would first check all washers and dryers to see if any clothes were left overnight. If so i would bag and tag it with the date on it and put it aside in case the owner came back. Then i would go and start my accounts that i had for that day and any fluff and folds from the night before. At 8:00 i would open the laundrymat for the customers. The rest of the day i would continue my accounts. The accounts came from alot of different clients. Wich conconsist of Doctor offices, Dentist, Hotels, Nursing homes, gyms, Resturants, and fluff and folds from customers. I would also be charge of cleanig the laundrymat and helping out the customers with change and other questions. I loved all of my co-workers there and still do they are like family there. The hardest part of my job was when i had to work two shifts in one day. The most enjoyable part of my job there was the atmosphere never a dull moment.
Audio Visual Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 September 2015
Demanding schedules requiring a lot of creativity and attention to details. Gives you a great insight into people's way of thinking, their nature, their concerns and fears and creative ways to abate them and assist them to have a great event. Time management is so critical as sometimes the customers are highly anxious about the success of their event and sometimes unreasonable and/or too demanding. Also learned how to deal without taking things personally. Co workers are fabulous. The focus is on customer satisfaction. They set aside personal differences and politics and cooperate unconditionally to meet the company goals. The hardest part of the job is to bite your tongue at unwarranted rudeness especially when you are going out of the way to please and make them comfortable. This is more so when customers try to take advantage of your hospitality. The most enjoyable part is the satisfaction you get when you see the look on the customer's faces at the completion of event. It makes going all out of the way and the exhaustion all worthwhile.
Reservation Specialist (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 22 August 2015
At the Marriott I answered calls and answered questions about hotel facilities and went through prices and perks of hotels used for either business or pleasure. I enjoy working with the public and I enjoyed the co-workers.