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Ritz Crackers are a brand of snack cracker introduced by Nabisco in 1934. Outside the United States, the Ritz Cracker brand is made by a subsidiary of Mondelēz International. They are circular, salted lightly on one side, and have a small scalloped edge. A single serving (about 5 crackers) contains 79 calories, 1 gram of protein and 4 grams of fat, or 70 calories and 2.5 grams of fat for the for the whole-wheat variety.

A consumer said this in a review "Ritz Crackers are way too salty I wish they had them with less salt and more of the cookie I love it but more for snacks like for a break with some cheese or some butter it would be the best I highly recommend you trying it"

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Sales Executive/Account Manager (Current Employee) says

"Worked here at the ritz carlton yacht. Collection side for over a year ... I was the number 1 producer for thid company from fay one to the day I quit .. this is the worst unethical .. underpaid ... worst mangerial staff I have ever had the issues to work with in my entire life... not to mention they keep selling voyages to guest that the company knows aren't going to happen because theirs another yacht delay coming .. disgusting !!! Cons: Eeveything"

Engineer (Former Employee) says

"Complete waste of time grow your career elsewhere. They hire children were impressionable 0 loyalty. Forget having your own opinions. You will not be what involved in the planning of the work that affects you. Felt shame working here my life improved when I left"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"I have worked at many other RC’s. This one is the worst. The building is falling apart. The owners won’t invest back into the property. Ownership only cares about revenue. Guest experience is horrible because the labor is constantly being cut to squeeze every possible cent out of the employees and guests. Salary’s are laughable for the cost of living in Denver, and considering every leader is pulling more duties than humanly possible"

Loss Prevention Officer (Former Employee) says

"The Ritz-Carlton Dallas Loss Prevention Department needs to clean house. There is a Loss Prevention Manager, a Morning Supervisor, a Night Supervisor, and about 13 other Loss Prevention Officers. The Director of Loss Prevention is the person who is supposed to be in charge of the manager, the supervisors, and all of the loss prevention officers. Sadly, the Director of Loss Prevention appoints to the Loss Prevention Manager and takes orders from the Loss Prevention Manager. I have been working for the Ritz-Carlton Dallas as a Loss Prevention Officer for nearly 10 years. The Loss Prevention Manager has been with the Ritz-Carlton Dallas for 13 years. From the 10 years I have been working for the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, there have been nearly 6 people in the Director of Loss Prevention role who have either been terminated, or have left on their own terms. There has also been nearly 50 Loss Prevention Officers who have been terminated, or have left on their own terms within the 10 years I have been working for the Dallas hotel. As long as the Loss Prevention Manager is running the show at the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT apply for the Director of Loss Prevention or the Loss Prevention Officer position at the Riz-Carlton Dallas. Even though you are the director, you will have to take orders and obey all of the orders given to you by the Loss Prevention Manager. There are also Loss Prevention Officers who sleep on duty but nothing is done about this. In fact, there are Loss Prevention Officers who show up to work 30 minutes, sometimes 45 minutes late EVERY SINGLE DAY"

f&b (Former Employee) says

"Horrible managers and management at Ritz in Virginia. Worst experience ever."

Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) says

"The Ritz is a luxury brand focused on the guest satisfaction but they don't care about the employees. Cons: Short breaks, long hours and bad management"

Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) says

"Overall didn’t experience working in a hotel fully. Management didn’t treat employees properly and with care. Management didn’t care about the individuals at all."

Shift Lead (Former Employee) says

"This is a very fast paced position. You’re looking to be dealing with anywhere from 100-350 cars a day. You’re constantly running and standing for a whole straight 8 hours sometimes longer. Cons: Terrible tip tracking system they have"

F&B /Ritz-Kids Manager (Former Employee) says

"Poor management to work with , you have to kiss boots to keep your job , saving the day kinda operated management, your work quality rates based on how long you work there not how much you know , many years to wish part of Ritz after all big disappointment"

Beach Attendant (Former Employee) says

"I worked for this company on their beach for two years until they literally told me “don’t come back we don’t want anymore blacks” those were my managers exact words."

Club concierge (Former Employee) says

"Discrimination. I was warned about how terrible they are and didnt listen. I do not want to say too much. But, I was poorly treated, lied to and harrassed."

Waiter (Former Employee) says

"The worst place to work, as well as the excessive exploitation of labor overtime and the lack of respect and racial discrimination and I advise you brother sister do not think to work in this place it was the worst experience in my life Cons: bad dirty accomandation"

Sales Account Manager & Event CoordinatOR (Former Employee) says

"If you did not kiss butt to the guests, even if the guest was irate, you were let go or just sent home until you quit yourself. Their unrealistic call scenerios they ask you to follow are absurd and unrealistic"

Security Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The place is very sexiest and has a air of racism on a daily basis. The talk down to you and also about you to the point they will say in your face or to others that work with you. The dont adhere by giving brakes to everyone and management will threaten you and cuss without getting in trouble. this is one of the worst jobs I EVER HAD IN MY LIFE."

Guest Recognition Coordinator and Concierge (Former Employee) says

"The Ritz-Carlton orientation was amazing. It sets you up to thinks you are going into a job that will respect and cherish you. To then be paid bare minimum for doing more than just one job. I had to do two jobs one up which was the job I was hired for and another I was not even properly trained in. Management was unbelievably disappointing. At the time my manager cared for his staff but was unable to actually do anything about our unhappiness. He would promise change and then nothing would happen. All I can say is that a Forbes Five Star resort like the Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain is a bought title not earned. Such a disappointment."

Sous Chef (Former Employee) says

"the worst so called Luxury hotel to expect!!!!!Better not to join this place if you are looking to develop yourself in hospitality business unless if you are looking just to work i mean to make a pay check Cons: too many to mention!!!!!!! please avoid this place"

Naturalist (Former Employee) says

"Try hard to sell you on the ability to ascend and the culture around the place. Really it is just an uptight atmosphere where the job descriptions do not line up, and there was no room for promotion. The pay was laughable for a full time position in southern california at a place that brings in millions. Helped secure a $600,000 account with the hotel and was not compensated; Instead they will cap your tip amounts in the event a rich individual wants to reward to handsomely. Your discount does not apply to the hotel you work at. They dont want staff to be seen among the common guests I guess... A truly mind numbing, life sucking type of environment. Cons: see above"

Bartender (Former Employee) says

"Great company globally but very poor management at that location.The St. Thomas location does provide health benefits for free after 90 days. unorganized but very nice guests. beautiful location but high rent. independent water and electricity"

Bartender (Former Employee) says

"No communication and a lot of standing around with out work to do... Insurance does not start till 8 months of employment. The management was the worst I have ever worked with and I have worked in the industry for 20 years. Cons: Management"

Executive Chef (Former Employee) says

"I was an executive chef for the ritz Carlton for 7 years in two locations and opened another . I have them 7years of my life I will never get back . Now that I get to work and have a job I love , I look back on it. It wasn’t worth any of it . The Ritz Carlton just knows how to abuse staff , good talent , and then spit them out . Take it from me one of there top chefs , also cooked for the Marriott family a number of times . They don’t care about you , you are just a number ."

Former Employee - Valet Attendant says

"I worked at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than a year Cons: Higher management is shady and unprofessional"

Former Employee - Loss Prevention says

"I worked at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Management sucks and if your black prepare to be stuck in low positions"

Former Employee - Sales says

"I worked at Ritz-Carlton full-time Cons: Favoritism environment in the sales department, hotel looks nice in the outside but gross in the back of the house. No one cleans the sales department-full of gnats. The Sales leader does not offer any support to any of their team members and does not know what goes on in the sales office. Does not value the ones who have long standing tenure-ship with the company and listen to what others say. Lots of chit chatting."

Former Employee - SPA Director says

"I worked at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Executive Leadership is young, first time in role. Exploits department leaders to use as their own success with ownership."

Current Employee - Loss Prevention Officer says

"I have been working at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Snobby inexperienced leadership, lack of any direction, they run the departments like dictatorships or union hotels without any of the benefits. Directors hire favorites with no experience. Horrible co-workers."

Current Employee - Housekeeper says

"I have been working at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Managment looks down on everyone but them self . Favorites from oc in the office .pay is low long hours and board's"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Ritz-Carlton full-time Cons: Very poor culture. Departments work in silos with zero collaboration. Crossover teamwork, leadership, opinions or ideas are taken as a threat instead of welcomed and entertained. Some of the most unprofessional and rude employees reside in human resources - of all places. There are double standards galore and age discrimination taking place. The problems are not with the individual contributors (the worker-bees who do everything) but with supervisors and management. Such a shame."

Current Employee - Server says

"I have been working at Ritz-Carlton part-time Cons: poor management on all levels"

Former Employee - Server/Bartender says

"I worked at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than 8 years Cons: They promote from within - management doesn't know how to manage. Wages for Charlotte were $4.32. Not livable - even after 10 years of employment. RC Charlotte is owned by BofA and they do not care about their employees - only their bottom line."

Current Employee - Bartender says

"I have been working at Ritz-Carlton full-time for more than 8 years Cons: A toxic work environment results from a failure of leadership starting at the top of the organization and filtering all the way down. You cannot fix a toxic culture with imposing vision and mission statements. It takes more than some catchy phrases to create a great culture. It's been my experience that toxic work cultures are caused by bad bosses. This is because of their corrosive effects on employee morale and job satisfaction. Toxicity is lethal to growth, innovation and creativity. It can also make employees sick. Disengaged employees, high turnover, poor customer relations and lower profits are examples of how the wrong culture can negatively impact the bottom line."

Andrew Mcmenamin says

"We stayed at the hotel in Lisbon, completely overrated, food was a disgrace and the service was appalling, you have to wear a cap to go into the swimming pool, they put items on your bill that are not even associated to your room, unsigned bills being billed in your name, we had to send the food back twice in one night when a party of 23 people dined in the restaurant. More than half of us walked out of the restaurant in disgust, they blaimed it on new staff not being experienced. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone"

blind justice says

"I got an interview with one of the Room Service Manager Tarun, Bhatia he called me a day before to have a interview for the position they offer on the Ritz-Carlton website which was (Server Room service Brand The Ritz-Carlton Schedule Full-time) Job I have 8 years experience in the said position with one of the finest hotel in toronto as a incharge,I don't know what he think he is?but yes,I was quite surprised by Tarun, Bhatia (Room service Manager) his actions towards me which was very disrespectful and arrogant..extremely unprofessional A day before when he called me like 6.30pm he didn't even mentioned its part time mid night shift, which is quite unprofessional, even managers don't know that website shows full time not part time position, which is quite a big difference.he also mentioned that interview can take one hour or more (I was fine with that) and agreed to meet him.Before he starts interviewed me he asked me if I have any problem understanding question ask him.While interview first think he mentioned it's a Part time position (Mid Night), even though the website did not show part time and its saying full time,Asking me questions which I try my best to give answer and I did, he was insulting me in front of my face that "Don't be so philosopher and give me answer to the point" which is quite unacceptable. while interview his cell phone was continuously ringing and he said his wife called she stuck somewhere,Which was a quite big distraction and waste of time. Disrespectful towards me.Like almost in whole interview time he take 3 times calls and left the room. and at the end he ask me what do you know about Ritz-Carlton and I told him as I know its a world recognized big chane and where we get advancement in career and experience to deal with a client. He said this hotel charge $500 for a night with a guest and we believe on "wao" that everything will be best and perfect for them and he said allot of vvips come to our hotel and celebrities , which is quite funny for me as a manager he even don't know what he is doing saying and talking about. For me I think every guest who comes to hotel is vip not only rich people and second everyone is celebrity not only the people who have name and fame, if you get chance you can be actor or any other famous person, just need a chance. His attitude, body language was weird and arrogant, he said he knows about Ritz.carlton from toe to bottom, you work there so obviously you know everything about it and who ever get chance to work with the company get training and get information about property its your duty to trained them, no one dream about the property values. he was thinking he is the only one who is perfect and knowledgeable, did he even think when he applied for the job what he knows about the company or more focus on the position he is going to apply? but they think they are perfect and everyone is looser, dumb and unprofessional. He also insulted me that “You took one hour 40 mints for the interview asking questions” I was so shocked what the hell he is talking about he is the one who left to attend his wife calls and took almost 20 mints waste my time,and didn't respect me that he call me for meeting.So turn off the cell phone. But yes managers can do anything. My request is to Human Rights to take action against these kind of managers who play games with people and didn't give chance to others, everyone has family, have ability to learn it's NOT ROCKET SCIENCE that you can't learn, Discrimination should stop , for two days mid night shift post why too much drama. Its a server job not General Manager position. I get chance to go to the glass door and read the reviews about Ritz Carlton management, You should go to and read what people their own employee said about management, so you better understand.They are “RIGHT” Go to the glass door Ritz carlton review and read your own employees comments about management which shows about your performance. My experience with Ritz-Carlton Management is quite disappointed and not atall Cooperative or helping, very negative approach and discriminative not to give chance to others, I know who I am and how hard working I am, Company has no right to insult me and disgrace me, no one is perfect not even Ritz Carlton management. Shame on Heidi. Oehy (Human Resource manage) and Ryan Villa (F&B manager) who hired people like Tarun Bhatia (Room Service manager) who give bad repotation to company as a bad egg. Dont judge people with your negative thoughts. Giva a chance who knows they are better then you."

Rashid says

"I have been to three star hotels better than the Ritz-Carlton in Chicago. I'm very disappointed in the Ritz-Carlton for this crappy hotel. This has to be their crappiest hotel ever. I'm a Ritz-Carlton fan, I've been to multiple properties. I've been to countless hotels internationally and this is by far the worst "supposedly, 'luxury' hotel." The only thing luxurious about this hotel is the sign. I regret wasting money on this Chicago hotel. The lobby elevator was dirty for multiple hours. It has a strange old smell, as if something is old and rotten. This smell is in the hallways on multiple floors. The rooms are outdated. No technology at all, everything is manual and old, and its 2018. The carpet is old, the wallpaper is old, room looks gloomy. The tv in the room is very small (32 inch.). Gym hours are out of wack. Cheap with the heat. Customer service with multiple employees was anything but friendly. All horrible. But the other Ritz-Carlton hotels I've been to throughout the states is amazing."

Nel says

"My family and I stayed at the Ras al Khaimah Al Wadi desert in October for 3 days. From the moment we stepped in it was breathtaking! The decor, ambience and customer service was excellent. Our room was amazing as it resembled a luxurious tent with the draped sheets, probably the best I've ever experienced. On our 2nd evening there we were given delicious complimentary baklava sweets which we thoroughly enjoyed. However, on our first evening we went to one of their restaurants, the farm house. The food did not meet the standards we expected, the lobster was a total let down as I just about managed to scrape 2 teaspoons out of the shell! The salad was very similar to one my 11 year old made for his first cooking class, shabby with no dressing! It pains me to admit, that I paid about 200 Dhs for it. My husbands beef was similar, low quality with a high price tag. We also witnessed 2 other customers complaining about something. We were still hungry after the meal so we drove to the nearest mall and had to eat again! It's such a shame that this restaurant is getting away with this, someone needs to step in as it's not on par with the rest of the resort which is a shame."

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