Utility/Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Tuolumne County, CA – March 5, 2018
It was a difficult place to work for mainly because the management was hard to work with and the hours were terrible. I would run an entire industrial dishpit by myself for 6 hours sometimes then get called into the office to get called useless and lazy to my face by the supervisor. The people were good to work with but the management was terrible in the hospitality department.
Hard work but good chances of going up in the company
Porter (Former Employee) – Tuolumne, CA – February 11, 2018
A typical day as a porter was cleaning industrial and it was hard but consistent and my fellow employees were nice and they welcomed me. I felt overall pretty comfortable at this job but the work was too hard on my back. That was the hardest part of the job but I didn't really enjoy this job. I learned different ways of cleaning and the management was so-so. The workplace environment was a gambling environment so it was a culture of money. I would recommend this position only if you like hard work however there are many other jobs available at this place that are not as hard and demanding.
Cook III Main Kitchen (Former Employee) – Tuolumne, CA 95379 – February 6, 2018
produce all items on our prep list using the given recipes adding or subtracting amounts that vary from actual recipe to ordered amount for night also including 911 items which are items that they run out of and we have to make immediately so they can accommodate every guest that may order that item.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Tuolumne, CA – April 3, 2017
Great place to work and play. Management could use a bit of help in my old department, I absolutely loved the environment and guests. The cigarette smoke was hard to deal with at first but it was a great job all and all, i left because of better pay and wanted to advance.
Vault Cashier (Current Employee) – Tuolumne, CA – March 13, 2017
Good overall place to work, most of the other team members are easy to get along with. If you're dedicated their is ample opportunity to advance i went from part time to a lead in 6 months. Hardest part for me was working graveyard. Best part is I liked and became friends with akmost everyone I worked with.
Porter (Former Employee) – Tuolumne, CA – January 25, 2017
It is a Good place to work....IF you get into the right department. Other than that, It is a Very Unsafe Place to Work. They TRY to strip you of your 1st Amendment Right. If you want a 2nd Job, While Employed here, YOU HAVE TO ASK FOR THEIR PERMISSION!! They DO NOT CARE about their Employees Safety.
Amazing health benefits
Will Fire You for anything they see fit, whether its Legal or Not
F&B utility/food prep (Former Employee) – Tuolumne, CA – November 15, 2016
Like all other jobs, you have the ones that work and those that don't and a lot of unneeded drama. Good work for those that want a job to just go and work...as long as you stay out of drama, which is not easy. Good steady work.
The worst place I have ever worked.Benifits are o.k, MANAGEMENT and wages are the problem.POORLY RUN,little to no advancement,raises are few and far.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Sonora, CA – August 6, 2016
Exhaust all other options before considering a job at this place.They go through people like toilet paper.You will not be happy working there.I personaly only stayed the years I worked there to pay for medical bills. Good luck with your search.
Management, Pay, Hours, your a number on a badge not a person.
busser (Current Employee) – Sonora, CA – May 27, 2016
I'm a bus person and I usely get too work and I clean the tables I scrape the food of the dishes I also make sure the tables are in place and in order the most common thing Is being myself and also I like too work on my own sometimes the hardest thing about the job is everyone is gonna talk behind ur back I jus learned too cope with that, my coworkers are the best I have made friends there
Retail Cashier (Current Employee) – Tuolumne, CA 95379 – May 25, 2016
As someone who works in a very small store in a very large department of the Casino, there is a particular list of steps that I need to take to ensure that my shift runs smoothly. Besides making sure that punctuality is a top priority, it is important that all paperwork is accounted for when handling large quantities of money. As a Retail Cashier, it is important to make sure that your knowledge of the product being carried in the store is updated regularly, which means active communication with your fellow employees and superiors.
Cook (Current Employee) – Tuolumne, CA – February 25, 2016
Like the title says, it's a good starting job for people who just want some extra income while going to college. It all depends on what job you have and are you able to fill in if the other person called in or didn't show up. Except there really no advancement within the company.