Topics regarding layoffs at Marriott

Topics regarding layoffs at Marriott

How is Marriott these days?

I moved from New Orleans to NYC and I was considering applying. It used to be a decent place to work but I haven't worked at one since before the pandemic. My guess is things might have changed drastically in the last five years, so any input would... —  read more 

Good ol’ Boy’s club

In retrospective. It was logical for Marriott to layoff employees due to the pandemic etc. however, being still with the company, I am still in disbelief on how they had selected who goes and who stays... Before the announcement , most of us in my... —  read more 

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Competitors are struggling

There you go... Four Seasons, Bellevue lay off more hotel employees as business declines continue Additional rounds of pandemic-related layoffs have hit two prominent Philadelphia hotels as the hospitality industry prepares for a holiday travel... —  read more 

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No Union

Laid Off Oakland Marriot Workers Can't Weigh In On Union The union argued that workers who were part of the May layoffs should be eligible to ... That decision said a layoff is temporary if an employee has a reasonable... —  read more 

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How will the process work?

I read on another thread that layoff announcements are coming any day now. Does anyone have any information on how we are being told? Will it be through email, phone call or some type of group conference call? If not notified does that mean we are... —  read more 

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October layoffs

I've heard there'll be major layoffs in October at HQ - does anybody know more about who will be targeted? My husband works there and he's been a nervous wreck for the past several weeks. A few months ago he had job security but now because of the... —  read more 

Ski Resorts

So just got word that they will be mothballing Ski Resorts since of the covid-19 and such dramatic loss in revenue and reservations. We started out fantastic early snow, great economy. Now total 180 no one would have ever thought. Been in sales many... —  read more 

Where's my money

I have been laid off from my job at Residence Inn Marriott, and have yet to receive my paycheck. What's really happening here. I've contacted my supervisor and I keep getting the run-around. Who do I need to speak to.

Zero Hour Schedules

Soruce below. This may be helpful for non-Marriott hotel employees, who are being put on ZERO HOUR SCHEDULES: Restaurants, hotels, and other companies across the US are laying off workers or severely cutting hours as the coronavirus pandemic... —  read more 

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Will get better

Everyone is in the dark until yesterday, I do not want to complain much but this is somewhat unfair. We are the people who do grunt work everyday. I feel like Marriott has too many "talkers" who focus on initiating meetings rather than doers. Too... —  read more 

SF / Layoffs Are rampant

In San Francisco, the W San Francisco, Suites at Fisherman’s Wharf, Harbor Court, Hotel G, Hotel Drisco, Inn at the Opera, and the Donatello, along with the Oceano Hotel & Spa Half Moon Bay Harbor, all confirmed to The Chronicle that they have... —  read more 

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Very uncertain time

Corp execs offered little clarity to us in terms of prospects. Marriott is a good company but suffers from too much bureaucracy, which is especially fatal during crisis. It is way too hierarchical to be agile and nimble.

We will get through this

It’s rough and it will get rougher, at least in the short term. If you are struggling with bills, reach out to the folks you owe money to – people are accommodating nowadays. Hunker down for a while, we’ll ride this out – they are working on a... —  read more 

One Million Hotel Jobs Lost

The American Hotel & Lodging Association and the U.S. Travel Association estimated that 1 million hotel jobs, or about 45% of the industry's employment, "have either been eliminated or will be eliminated in the next few weeks."

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