Moxy hotels Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Marriott International, Inc. is an American multinational diversified hospitality company that manages and franchises a broad portfolio of hotels and related lodging facilities. Founded by J. Willard Marriott, the company is now led by his son, executive chairman Bill Marriott, and president and chief executive officer Arne Sorenson. Marriott International is the largest hotel chain in the world.It has 30 brands with 7,484 properties in 131 countries and territories around the world, over 1,400,693 rooms as of June 30 2020 including 2,104 that are managed with 573,043 rooms, 5,314 that are franchised or licensed with 812,006 rooms, and 66 that are owned or leased with 15,644 rooms,plus an additional 510,000 rooms in the development pipeline, including 230,000 that were under construction, and an additional 28,000 rooms approved for development but not yet under signed contracts. Moxy is a hotel brand with Marriott.
Melville NY, in Aug 2020, a disappointed former employee share his experience in a review published by Indeed : I would not work for the Marriott again. The pay was not good sometimes you were not treated well. If you worked a catering job management would keep the tips. I was very disappointed as I Iove to stay at Marriott hotels. I feel the employees could be treated better.
Crew Member (Current Employee) says"Inconsistent and lazy management. Not paid enough for what is expected of you. Building can be unsafe, with no security provided and you work alone a lot. Cons: Not paid enough. No breaks sometimes."
Director of Food and Beverage (Former Employee) says"The Moxy on Broadway Nashville has eclectic charm with a hip industrial vibe. If you’re a guest of the hotel, it’s fun energetic and loud with being the only hotel on Downtown Broadway. There’s live music and partying everywhere. It’s a party hotel. To work for this particular Moxy hotel which is a franchise owned by a family, utter nightmare. Micromanaged, under budget, unprofessional, cheap and over their heads. They constantly put their energy towards the lobby bar which generates 5% of the daily sales instead of concentrating on expanding and improving the room aspect for guests which comprises 95% of the daily revenue. No employee parking, no health insurance or benefits for the employees, no staff meals, Does not follow industry standards in wage compensation. Overall, this hotel could have been really awesome as a place to work if they adhered to Marriott standards. The owners of this particular hotel are too cheap and inexperienced in this vast and bigger scope of the industry. Their prior experience and property is a motel on the side of a highway in Kentucky. Fair fetched to say it’s the same and proceeds to run it the same. Do yourself a favor and don’t work here. You’ll thank me later. I’ve got 30 plus yrs of experience in the industry and by far this place was the worst. Cons: Everything else!!!"
Crew Member (Former Employee) says"Die Arbeit wäre sehr gut wenn die Bezahlung passen würde und genug personal vorhanden wäre..."
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