Support Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 6, 2018
I had to quit this job because the management refused to hire enough employees to adequately handle the work load. We would have a backlog of calls 15 deep for the entire day, with dozens of callers quitting every half hour. These conditions would last from when the day shift started to shortly after it ended. This amount of work was left to a team of about 4 people, even though we had room in the office for 12.
Buffet Server (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 3, 2018
Very professional place from both team members and management. Good incentives. Great atmosphere to work. Attracted great clientele. Very liberal on meal policies. Management very accessible to employee needs. Excellent training program
Computer Operator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 16, 2017
I was impressed that so many employees have stayed with Boyd for decades, a sign that for the stability-minded this might be a great place to work. Average salaries seem to be on the low side, however.
Slot Tech Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 10, 2017
Very different culture. The culture at Boyd Gaming supports individuals. Once at Boyd Gaming in management, you had more visibility than at any other corporation. Boyd seriously looks to advance current team members first.
part time Security Officer (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – October 30, 2017
Go about the duties of a Security Officer. Usually different duty stations each workday. One is customer service first. Security Officer duties are required always. Our presence is a deterrent and when necessary, we may be called upon to escort individuals off of our property. We oversee the safety of our guests and ensure they have a wonderful time while visiting our property. My manager is fair, pleasant,and expects you to perform professionally when on the job. No complains about my manager. I do not have a "Hardest part of the job". The most enjoyable is interacting with the customers and my fellow workers.
We have free breakfast food, bread, milk, chocolate milk, sodas. A variety of vendings machine. A deli to purchase food at a discount. Good benefits.
Ticket Writer (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 29, 2017
They don’t care for there employees they will fire you and have no reason . They never want to move up in-house always hiring out source to take higher positions instead of giving it to someone who deserves it .
Line Cook-F&B (Current Employee) – East Peoria, IL – October 14, 2017
I love my job. I always will love that job. I enjoyed everyone who worked there and there silly smiles and there hilarious selves they are fun people to work with if I had of worked there much longer I would have had so much fun.
Executive Human Resources Director (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 26, 2017
The best leadership ever worked in any casino environment, Management was sensitive for all employee needs and interests, The company was with well defined mission, goals and objectives. employees were treated with lot of respect. team working environment was second to none in like casino. The corporate level support to the local level casinos was outstanding
Specialty Server (Current Employee) – Biloxi, MS – September 11, 2017
Everyone works well with eachother. The managers make sure everyone is happy and all the staff are doing what they need to be doing. The company as a whole loves their employees and will often give us alot of rewards.
Hostess/Cashier (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – August 25, 2017
As a Hostess/cashier my job kept me on the move, but learning different areas in the beverage/food service kept me on my toes with customer service, learning how each customer needed to be treated and remembering their names and faces producing better recognition and tips for myself.