Security Relief Supervisor (Current Employee) – Coachella, CA – May 10, 2013
Meeting a lot of new people which helps to understand the diversity of ethnicity which helps you how to react when approaching. my management helps me with growing whiting the company. As far with co workers there is a lot of communication within us. The worst part is to back up another department when they had say no to a guest and I have to enforce it because I work in Security. The most rewarding part of my job is helping people when they are looking for help and I'm able to help them.
Table Games (Former Employee) – Coachella Valley, CA – December 31, 2016
Lots of promises, so much "opportunity". The place has a lot of potential but it's run by some very poor management at least in the pit. You have directors that brag about the years of humble experience they have to offer you but then lose patience with you the next day and fire you. Every day I'd go in wondering if I was going to lose my job, did I forget something, did I make a mistake, did I go to the bathroom to long, did I spend to much time in the back room. Constantly under pressure each day. It's a place with a picture friendly face till you work for them. Maybe with a different model and new management it could be a better place glad I left when I did better opportunity elsewhere.
Customer Service Representative/Gift (Former Employee) – Coachella, CA – August 4, 2015
I worked ten years for this company. Interacting with different people everyday made it a fun enviroment. I learned to deal with different personalities from the guest that attended the casino. I always had a very positive relationship with my managers and supervisors, I rarely had any complains regarding my work. The hardest part for me everyday was dealing with the second hand smoke. One thing I enjoy the most about working for this company was having an awesome group of coe-workers.
fun working enviroment
Learning to deal with the smoke when you are not a smoker
Fun place to work, diversity of people made it interesting.
Surveillance Agent (Former Employee) – Coachella, CA – January 13, 2014
A typical day included being on the casino floor and answering various radio calls. I was able to learn about table games and the way the slots machines operated. Overall the management left a lot to be desired, It often appeared they were there to collect a paycheck and often their favorite people got promoted or less favorite were let go. Personally the hardest part of the job was finding enough to do to keep me busy for 10 hours. The most enjoyable was the people, both coworkers and the customers.
Surveillance Agent (Former Employee) – Indio, CA – September 17, 2013
Surveillance in at Augustine Casino is all digital. Agents are required to monitor hundreds of cameras and multiple display screens to protect the Casino assets. The Surveillance Department is overseen by the Augustine Gaming Commission and works closely with our staff in all aspects of the Casino floor. One of the challenges of this type of job is learning all of the casino games, payouts, transactions, etc. Not to mention, all of the equipment involved in that process. Comfortable work environment.
count room clerk (Former Employee) – coachella, ca – September 12, 2013
typical day at work is a very simple and fastpace it starts very early in the morning and it ends in also in the morning. What I have learned is that you get up early and try to work fast as you can also try to be focused. My management are very understanding also my co-workers just mind there business the hardest part of the jobs is when you need to pick up the 8 stackers and put them in the cart the enjoyable part is when we get together as a team.
Cashier Supervisor (Former Employee) – Coachella, CA – August 22, 2013
Provide excellent customer service, Supervise Cage personnel, assist the Cage Manager in the implementation of procedures and policies necessary to ensure that cash handling is performed within accepted standards establish by management, accounting and regulatory requirements, ensure that all assigned tasks within a shift are completed as required and that all items are balanced at the close of business, approved check cashing according to policy, responsible for the accurate posting of safekeeping and or credit transactions to customer accounts and in the computer, responsible for the final balancing of funds and assets assigned during a shift, investigate variances and assist the Cage Manager in the shift’s staffing and work requirements.