Bewertungen für Royal Caribbean Group
72 % würden es einer/m Freund:in weiterempfehlen
(1762 Bewertungen insgesamt)
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- 2,03. Nov. 2023Anonymer MitarbeiterAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 10 JahreMiami, FL
Your coworkers are incredible. They are truly passionate and skilled and you learn something every day.
The culture is doing a somersault. The CEO and now senior leadership is enforcing a strict 9-5 work schedule which would be fine if so many of us didn’t put in countless hours after 5pm and on weekends. We have been told that they are tracking our movements during the day and don’t care about what we do off-hours. All of this is happening while we are having a successful year. It’s changing the morale from wanting to put in the extra hours after work to launch amazing products to ‘screw it. Not worth it’. No one likes feeling like they’re in a prison. So when the clock strikes 5, we’re not putting one more minute of work. Top performing friends who have been rated 3 are adopting this same mentality. The culture change is not the Royal Caribbean, the brand that innovates. It is not going to continue leading the way if its people are burnt out and no longer believing in the culture of what makes us the best. On top of all of this, salaries are not competitive. Benefits are standard. Upside of being able to go on a weekend cruise for cheap is not worth it.2
- 3,024. Sep. 2023Casino CashierAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 5 JahreMiami, FL
If you get a good itinerary you get to see lots of new places. It opens your eyes to diversity and how to work within different cultures. Being a Casino Cashier it really makes a difference if your Cash Desk Manager and your Casino manager work well together. If they work well you will have a great contract for the most part. Your contract can be anywhere from 6-9 months at a time depending on business needs. It is difficult to work away from home for so long so it is best to prepare yourself if you have never worked away from home. The first 6 weeks are crucial if you will make it or break it. The salary is great if you are based in the US in the Casino. However, anywhere else in the world it will drop down to minimum as tipping is generally part of the US culture and not the rest of the world.
You will be tired. You will be stressed. You will feel alone in the beginning. You may feel alone, but you are never alone because unless you are a manager you will be sharing your living space with a complete stranger. Sometimes they can be your best friend, sometimes your enemy due to culture clashes, lack of common courtesy and common sense. The lack of privacy drives most crew crazy. The only privacy you get is in your 1x2 sized toilet which is so tiny you can literally poop, shower and brush your teeth all at once. I am only speaking truths.
- 3,014. Nov. 2023Waiter/WaitressAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 3 JahreMiami, FL
The opportunity to travel the world and meet new people The salary is ok if you are from a 3rd world country
The manpower quality is low, according with the income Contracts are between 7,5 - 8,5 months You don't improve your language skills because of ship's slang and broken english which goes hand in hand with low quality of manpower It's very hard to move up on career ladder regardless of your credentials (company doesn't care about your education or experience) unless you have some management positions to push you up Long days, no off, dealing with micromanaging and with staff & managers which are doing these jobs for so long that are not capable to have a regular job/career & life on land
- 2,025. Nov. 2023ManagerEhem. Mitarbeiter, weniger als 1 JahrMiami, FL
-Overall benefits are above average -Large amount of employee with diverse backgrounds working in the office so great opportunity for socializing -Cafeteria is amazingly cheap
-Extremely political in every aspect of the business -Rarely hear employee saying he/she feels truly respected and valued in the company -DOERS are not appreciated TALKERS are -High turnover rate1
- 3,015. Nov. 2023Lead Data AnalyticsAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 5 JahreMiami, FL
Some of the best people you will meet. Really kind, creative, hardworking and pleasant people who actually care and want to make things better. Halloween is the best big event, where everyone goes all out to dress up and create themed workspaces. Obviously, cruise perks (though stand-by requests are harder to get on nowadays) like new-ship shakedown cruises and the once-in-a-lifetime Familiarization cruise. They also have good perks at the Port Miami offices: 50% off Starbucks and cafeteria, dental/vision/masseuse/chiropractor/doctor on site.
Terrible and/or non-existent processes and documentation. For such a big company, a lot of it is held together by really piecemeal or archaic systems (or just plain tape & Excel). We should be a lot more efficient and organized, but everything is a late-minute emergency. Leadership makes decisions without questioning if its even possible to track whatever arbitrary target they’ve set. And to top it all off — the headquarters is at the Port of Miami. Traffic gets worse by the day, cost of living gets worse by the hour. Yet, they’ve doubled down on in-office work recently, for absolutely no reason. Some teams, who were able to, were privileged to have 3 days in, 2 days remote (everyone else had 4/1). However, everyone had flexibility to do what they needed. I saw people getting in around 6/7am to leave at. 2/3pm very often. Now, they’ve mandated that everyone must return full 4/1 and from 9am-5pm. The order came down from managers to employees; they made sure there was no written announcements or communication. Leadership has completely avoided talking about it at all, despite everyone being tense and bitter about it. We’re a multinational company whose next closest population size is based out of the PHILIPPINES, 12-13hrs away. All they’ve managed to do with this hours mandate is frustrate everyone who has to work with international teams, let alone all the ones now newly suffering high peak traffic. Meanwhile, the CEO and CFO can be seen leaving the office early pretty much daily. It feels like leadership is seeing how much they can push before people leave, and then not believing anyone will. But of course, no one will leave until after Icon shakedown in January and bonuses in February. The company culture has taken a huge step backwards regarding trust, autonomy, and loyalty. All the Employee Resource Groups have fallen apart. It doesn’t feel like they have as much commitment to anything as they do to the bottom line. Shortsighted.
- 3,011. Nov. 2023Human Resources ManagerEhem. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 3 JahreMiami, FL
Compensation and benefits, plus the perks are great. Recommend RCG to early career since it is great to have on your resume.
The overall culture. So many employee surveys and leadership completely ignores the data of wanting more flexible work hours. Leadership is very much against remote work and pushing for a stricter workplace by setting a set schedule and monitoring computer usage. Not great for someone who is a caretaker and/or unable to live close to the port office. You sell a piece of your soul once you find out what really goes on shipboard and in the cruise industry.1
- 5,029. Nov. 2023Risk AnalystAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 1 JahrMiami, FL
Lots of benefits, great work environment and opportunity to grow from within
I honestly can't think of any. The best company I ever worked at.
- 2,018. Okt. 2023Account ExecutiveAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 1 JahrMiramar, FL
Fun product, lots of exciting innovation and ships are amazing.
CEO recently flipped like a switch and went from preaching about making sure you’re able to leave work to make it to your kids games to enforcing you to be in office 9-5, NO EXCEPTIONS. Truly heartbreaking. This is an attack on mothers and caregivers who now have to choose between their careers and being able to tend to family matters or simply just to be on time to pick our kids up from school. What a way to compensate your employees after all the hard work put in after the pandemic.3
Häufig gestellte Fragen zu Royal Caribbean Group Bewertungen
Royal Caribbean Group wurde insgesamt mit 3,9 von 5 Sternen bewertet, basierend auf über 2 754 Bewertungen, die Beschäftigte anonym abgegeben haben. 72 % der Beschäftigten würden Royal Caribbean Group als Arbeitgeber einem Freund oder einer Freundin empfehlen und 69 % sehen die Zukunft des Unternehmens positiv. Diese Bewertung ist in den letzten 12 Monaten um -4 % gesunken.
Ausgehend von den anonym auf Glassdoor abgegebenen Bewertungen erhält Royal Caribbean Group von seinen Beschäftigten bei der Vergütung und den Zusatzleistungen 3,8 von 5 Sternen. Holen Sie sich weitere Informationen zu den Gehältern und Zusatzleistungen bei Royal Caribbean Group. Diese Bewertung ist in den letzten 12 Monaten um -2 % gesunken.
72 % der bei Royal Caribbean Group Beschäftigten würden das Unternehmen einem Freund oder einer Freundin als Arbeitgeber weiterempfehlen. Grundlage sind die Glassdoor-Bewertungen. Beschäftigte bewerteten Royal Caribbean Group mit 3,4 von 5 Sternen bei der Work-Life-Balance, mit 3,8 für die Kultur und Werte und mit 3,9 für die Karrierechancen.