Marketing Assistant (Current Employee) – Stellenbosch, Western Cape – 11 July 2018
Nothing bad to say as it has a brilliant GM and Marriott creates an infectious culture in all of their brands. Staff are spoiled by the TakeCare initiative which provides financial advise, health activities and much mre.
All staffs we were very productive and friendly which made job succussfuly
Waiter (Former Employee) – City of Cape Town, Western Cape – 14 June 2018
The staff were very friendly for the new comer, told me a good stories about the company which made me very confident to work there. Staff were professional and with my experience i real enjoyed working with them.
Yes, all of the staff were received a breakfast and lunch coupon
Front office / Night auditor (Current Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 16 February 2018
I have really enjoyed my time working at Protea Hotel by Marriott Cape town North Wharf, the work environment is excellent however I feel that it is time for me to take a different route outside of hospitality. As is the case with all jobs there are ups and downs, ups being that I get to meet and acquire new guests everyday and no two days are ever the same, downs being the shifts - you never get to see your family. I am very family orientated so I am looking for something that only requires me to work weekdays and maybe alternate Saturdays.
It is a great company to work for with lots of growth
Government Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Bloemfontein, Free State – 2 February 2018
This was one of the most unpredictable jobs i ever done, i learned never to relax and trust clients with continious business because they might change jobs and that particular account end up not producing. it is important to constantly being it touch with all existing clients as well finding new ones every month.
Management was awsome because they are not far from the employees, they always involve the staff about any new developments and changes
Workplace culture is of team spirit, once one dont beome part of the team you suffer a lot in as far as success is concrned.
The hardest part of the job is once you get sick and be hospitilised or be absent from work for a longer period for wat ever reason, the business moves away from you. our clients needs assistant now if they dont get it they move to the next service provider without hesitant.
The most enjoyable part is being being able to meet and engage with clients from all walks of life, seeing that you have sold them a solution to their needs is so satisfactory.
Manager (Current Employee) – Durban, KwaZulu-Natal – 18 November 2017
If you looking to grow and better your self - this is the hotel to strengthen ALL your skills... and teach you new ones... Full service hotel, 24hr room service, amazing people and beautiful hotel - known as the "Old Lady" of the beachfront area in its ripe age of 106 years - this Grande Dame keeps you on your toes.
Waiter/Barman (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 30 March 2017
Alway a great vibe at work! Learned allot ! Great management always supportive and give the best service! Hardest part of the job is to keep all the customers happy at the same time when it's busy but you as you learn , you learn how to manage it and it later becomes a challenge for yourself and that is what you work for to better yourself!
The most enjoyable part of the job was the people you work with! They become your family and some your best friends!