They cared for your needs and was willing to help work with you to make sure we all come together annd knew we were a team, was here for one another.
busser (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – March 30, 2016
I always looked forward going in, everyday they would teach us something new during staff meeting before our shift began. The place always got packed, and I have never seen a group of individuals come together as a team to help one another, let alone how they spoke to customers that came in. I felt I got to learn as I worked throughout the whole night. I have never found another company that has worked in the way they had function, I do miss my peers and wish that I will come across some bright individuals that come together as they did, not only were they co-workers, they were friends like I have never seen before and that is what makes a team, in my eyes.
Free breakfast, lunch, dinner, no matter what shift, you were taken care of.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – March 12, 2016
dont work there and expect to be treated fairly .It is an envirement of friends defend friends .Your work ethic means nothing .The management is more interested with telling on each other for a favorable "that a boy " from the bosses ,they encourage a place of racism and hate,mistrust and bigotry. Worst place I have ever worked at and was not able to defend myself.
Snitches, Racism, Bigotry, and an HR that was designed for the company not the employee
Buffet Busperson (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – August 8, 2015
The company needs obvious improvement in a slew of areas but honestly it is one of the best jobs in the area. Take that with a grain of salt because the area does not offer too many jobs with the same benefits/ pay rates.
Event Specialist (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – July 10, 2015
I worked for Beau Rivage for right around 5 years. My typical day at work was never typical. I had days in the office, days on the gaming floor, and occasionally a day at the golf course. My management changed several times over the years, but they all had various strengths and were some of the most intelligent people I have ever met. My coworkers became my family. The hardest part of my job was dealing with technical issues that upset customers. The most enjoyable part of my job was the relationships I had with customers and coworkers.
Dealer (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – May 4, 2015
Beau Rivage was a great place to work. Beau Rivage cared for the employee and showed employees appreciation. The supervisors and coworkers were pretty cool. I would love another opportunity to be apart of the Beau Rivage Family.
Assistant Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – March 30, 2015
There is no such thing as a typical day when working at a casino, you could run into so many different types of situations in one day. Classes are offered to assist in possible advancement. Management is competent and shows decent leadership, the co-workers are among of the best people I ever have the honor to work with.
Brakes were alittler short, no time for personal life.
Service Associate (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – January 13, 2015
Learning about coffee and how it really should taste and be preserved. True espresso making and how really drinks are made. Being able to cut up with the guest and enjoy everyone's company, regardless of how long you personally have been on your feet. Being able to merchandise coffee bags and retail merchandise on displays and given credit for doing so.
I also worked Snacks, Scoops and Showroom Which all of these locations were fun. Being able to communicate more with the guest and have fun with them making their experience fun and them coming back again. Which during my time at the Beau, I had many return guest and many that requested for me.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Biloxi, Ms – January 3, 2015
The Beau Rivage was a very exciting places to work. With new star's coming in monthly. Also, meeting new co workers all the time because there was a big turn over. The Beau also, feed us and clothed us. Our uniforms were clean at the MGM Cleaners and we had a Buffet everyday to choose what we wanted to eat. So, all and all it's a great place to work.
cashier (Former Employee) – biloxi Ms – November 25, 2014
i would come in to work go straight to the job bank where i get my bank for the day. then ill go down stairs to my department and set up for the day . a usual day we open up busy and close busy i would ring customers up with money or comps throw the day.
great environment and company to work for
had to deal with angry customers that lost their money
Bartender (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – September 8, 2014
A typicl day began at 10 in the morning prepping for the sporting events for the day. I learned how to be very proficient and fast. I also learned an assortment of drinks not of the norm. I absolutely loved the management there. My co-workers were very good at their jobs. Hardest part of the day was getting super busy, especially during football games. The most enjoyable part of the day was knowing that people had a great time.
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – April 10, 2014
Working for casino and gaming was a unique work experience. The staff and management for the most part are friendly, but not in a sincere way. Unfortunately, the casino is a very competitive place to work. There are very strict policy when it comes to appearance and customer relations. Management decides your appearance all the way down to your nail polish. They promote diversity but want you to all look the same. Instead of promoting teamwork, you are encouraged to stand out, to do better then your co-workers. In my opinion that type of training causes tension between employess.
i got to meet a lot of celebrities and attend free shows
bad pay, short lunch breaks, and a long distance to walk to take a break
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Biloxi, MS – February 22, 2014
The Beau operates on high expectations for customer service. Which I totally understand. It is usually busy from the time I start till the end of the day. I really like meeting new people and learning new things about the system and the back of the house and how different departments operates.