Special Events Representative (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – February 15, 2018
A typical day working as a Special Events Representative was very different day to day. You do many different events but it is fun and exciting. You may have trying guest but as long as you stay upbeat and positive you will do just great. If you love helping people and having fun Caesars Entertainment is perfect for you!
Collector (Former Employee) – Atlantic City,NJ reporting to mgt in L V, NV – February 17, 2018
I enjoyed my time at Caesars but I left to pursue a business opportunity. Management for my position was located in Las Vegas and my position was located in Atlantic City, NJ along with another collector. I felt that the long distance working conditions were not the most efficient.
Guest Services Agent (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 13, 2018
Managers hold grudges and the demeanor has gotten stricter as various departments within the wide berth of the call center eat each other whole with demands. Management tries to keep a cheerful tone with various fun days and dress downs, but overall it's set dressing despite low employee morale. Often they seem aloof of what's going on and refuse to admit to fault on their behalf. Lower supervisor counts are laid back but falter under pressure. Feels like it's a chain of yelling that goes down to the front line employees.
Employees themselves are usually fine and pleasurable, just watch out for a prickly management staff. Not to mention forced overtime at points which is outright insane.
Great benefits, vacation days, Edr
Not enough breaks, forced overtime, bad management
The security department at Harrahs Reno is so Dysfunctional. Three different shifts all being trained Different ways and going in 3 different directions the department has no manager and no direction. Worst so called Corp. Security department I have ever seen. Lack of Officer safety training, Lack of any training really.
Deal with domestic violence and deal with street people and the homeless who are sometimes violent. Deal with intoxicated visitors and guest. Check persons in vehicles and much more, all without anything on your belt to protect yourself....No vest. If you are former Law Enforcement do not even waste your time. 36 years in Law Enforcement and Corp Protection.
Swingshift lead officer is great. As are the other lead officers.
Very poor supervisors, Lack of training, A department thst is Dysfunctional. Waited 3 months and still had no direct deposit, one officer waited 5 weeks for his first check.
Hospitality Host (Current Employee) – South Lake Tahoe, CA – February 7, 2018
Fast paced! I enhanced my customers service skills. The experience you will learn from working a big property like this are priceless and will certainly help anyone who's looking for advancement in their career path.
Standard corporate job with good pay but has problems with honoring salary and gaining paid time off.
Chef Tournant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 5, 2018
Overall was a good job but in my salaried position I would have times where I'd work 2-3 weeks straight and retain regular pay but when there would be a closure for renovations or seasonal closures, the days missed or closed would be removed from regular salary and in order to accrue PTO is a long, slow process.
Great work environment, learned a lot and challenged at a good level
My employment at Caesars Entertainment is one of the best workplaces that I have ever had
Payroll Representative (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 2, 2018
I started working at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in 1989 as a guest room attendant, later transferred to the property payroll department as a payroll clerk, and finally moved to Caesars Entertainment corporate office as payroll processor. Caesars Entertainment was a great opportunity for me because the company used to hold courses related to my job to boost my performance and also will offer tuition reimbursement. My typical day at Caesars was different every day; as soon as the workday will start the department was very alive. We will have a good size workload since we were processing payroll for the whole corporation. We were a very productive team and each of us will have her assigned duties. We were pulled from all directions. I was assigned to process the payroll cycle for Laughlin, Reno, and Caesars Palace, so my daily challenge was prioritizing. My daily duties will depend on who's turn was to get paid, at the same time I will answer phone calls, run any needed reports, issue all kinds of checks; such as, daily banquet checks, vacation checks, and adjustment checks. Among my duties was also to process stop payments, direct deposit reversals, re-issue voided checks, print checks, and solve any issues that could arise. I enjoyed every day working at Caesars Entertainment and I learned that with the help of my employer I have the opportunity to advance and do my job better.
I had the privilege to work with Caesars Entertainment.
Marketing Campaign Manager (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 28, 2018
Working here involves some very complicated procedures for some tasks that require a lot of experience and knowledge in order to use them. Which is why it is so jarring that the team plays games and walks around talking to each other constantly, even when under strict deadlines that often go unmet.
Great place to work if you want to have fun, but you will often be labeled as the black sheep for wanting to stay late to get extra things done, or if you don't want to play games with the team every day.
Banquet Food Server (Holiday-Temporary) (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 19, 2018
It was a fine temporary position. I worked during the holiday season, over Christmas & New Years. It was in the banquet department & I had a banquet partner and we had a great rapport with one another.
Trainer (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 17, 2018
Caesars Entertainment is a company that is willing to take a chance on people who prove themselves to be diligent, hardworking, team players. Advancement is not considered by tenure. It's about what you want to do with your time with the company. The opportunities are there for those who want it.
Free employment parking, medical/dental/vision benefits, 401K, management is approachable and open to suggestions
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 12, 2018
Worked in security for 4 years. Never missed a day, nevver late, no write ups. The scale for your yearly review is role model, strong performer, and needs improvement. First two years, I got role model. 3rd year got strong performer. No reason given. 4th year, again never missed a day and never late, no write ups, strong performer again. I worked with people who called out multiple times and they got role model and a higher raise.( 4% as RM and 2% for SP). Management plays favorites. They don’t pay for performance. You have to kiss the managers butt to get noticed. I can’t speak for other Caesars properties, but at Philadelphia, that’s how it works and you can either deal with it or leave. I left and took my work ethic with me.
Free lunch is just ok. Usually left overs from the diamond room from the day before