chef (Former Employee) – Michigan City, IN – March 7, 2014
I was the most qualified. I was liked by the chefs. I was basically told I had the job then discriminated against because I have a medical marijuana card ;( Their loss... I am creative, hardworking, loyal and great at what I do.
Design Manager (Current Employee) – Dubuque, IA – August 14, 2017
If you enjoy being stressed everyday by unorganized management, and receiving a 1% raise each year, this is the company for you. This could be a great place to work, but the entire structure needs an overhaul. Unqualified people with no experience in design are the ones who run the show.
Valet (Former Employee) – East Peoria, IL – July 11, 2017
This job was very easy, the people and management were very pleasant to work with and talk to, and so long as i wasn't at the register i could play games or watch TV on my phone while we weren't moving cars.
Bell Person (Former Employee) – Michigan city indiana – June 24, 2017
Job was good but one of two of my supervisors were unfit for the position mentally. He liked to belittle people and call them names. Brakes were good free if not dirt cheap meals.. And actuallt good meals. I wasnt full time so didnt recieve PTO. Or benifits. But they were offered to full time/part-time employees. Decent hours about 20-25 a week as a on call-steady extra. Lime the job as a whole over all.
Good brakes, staff, and overall job. And tips are good
Lot of experience because you are over worked and under paid
INTERNAL AUDITOR (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 18, 2017
I learned a lot at Boyd because they expect a lot. There is a very high turnover because they over qualify you and basically hand you over to someone who will pay and treat you right. The recent tone at the top has been cut cost at any cost; under pay employees, deny maternity leave benefits, condense jobs, cut health options and retirement contributions.
Casino Porter (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV 89145 – June 10, 2017
Even though it is a interesting place to work, the smoke environment and loud music are not a plus and if you like rude customers and gambling. it is the place for you. also advancement in your field is almost non-existence.
Slots Technician (Current Employee) – Amelia, LA – May 25, 2017
The typical work day consisted of being exposed to second hand, cigarette smoke on a shift which typically lasted for seven hours. Some of the customers became disrespectful when they became intoxicated. You had to watch your own back because some employees were quick to tell a lie in order to exonerate themselves while you were tossed under the bus. This is a typical night people job. However, the applicant was not in that deep. Therefore, he chose to disassociate himself from a potential unlawful situation.
Restricted to being on the vessel continually exposed to second hand smoke.
Food and Beverage (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – May 1, 2017
Not the best place to work at. Pay not worth the work they want you to do. A lot of corruption go on in that place of business. Nothing ever gets done about anything personal as to co workers being bullied and business wise.
Casino Floor Supervisor (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 13, 2017
Used to be a good place to work. Going down hill fast. Good job security, almost impossible to get fired. Raises and promotions are nearly non-existent. They claim they need to cut benefits because there isn't enough money but they continue to buy more casinos all the time.
Impossible to get fired
Being stuck working with people who should be fired, benefits not what they used to be
Surveillance Operator (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – March 25, 2017
Well developed training program, definatley the best in this area. After a couple of years experience one is able to move up to a lead position. I love being able to see everything that goes on at this property. Job is pretty exciting at times.
Clean work environment, insurance/HRA, 401K contributions
A lot of work for the pay, food prices a little high in the employee dining hall
Surveillance Agent (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – March 25, 2017
Overall, they have a good group of people working in this particular department, especially the shift I was on. There is a lot more to this job than you would imagine, but with time you'll pick it up, they have a really good management team. Had a real friendly atmosphere, but when its time to work and get stuff done, then its time to work and get stuff done. Really enjoyed the limited time I had at this job, unfortunately I had to vacate my position for another opportunity that unexpectedly came up.
Aside from the people in the Surveillance Department, everyone else throughout the building I had the pleasure of coming across was very friendly and helpful.
Paid breaks, friendly atmosphere, great management team and coworkers
Table Games Dealer (Former Employee) – Sun Coast Hotel and Casino – March 21, 2017
Nice to work with people. No complains about the co workers. We help each other. Friendly people. Working in this company is help you to have good benefits, insurance and help you to save your money from 401K.
I was a security officer (Former Employee) – Gold Coast Casino – February 15, 2017
I worked security at the Gold Coast for about 3 years. Security supervisors , from the head of security to the Sergeants to the corporals were very unprofessional. There were a very few exceptions. If you were former law enforcement, they let you know you did not belong. If you were not one of their friends, you had a ruff time. When there written complaints against the supervisors, Human Resources basically ignored them. I have to admit, the training Security got was impressive. Overall don't work there