Pros: exposure to many areas of hospitality, company's reputation dating back to good days
Cons: benefits, horrible and dishonest leadership, promoting unqualified people to make senior leaders appear more capable
Company is nearing bankruptcy, so everyone is worried about job security. It's turned into a nasty environment of favoritism, competition, and uneducated overwhelmed senior leadership trying to save their own jobs.
Company talks about hiring top talent, but highest ranking execs did not attend college and are threatened by young educated talent.
Company – more... promises promotions while pushing employees to work late, work weekends, and take on additional work, while the promotion promises are all lies. Known in the gaming industry to lie to employees.
Benefits are terrible, health insurance annual deductible was $1750 and resorts cannot compete with modern, renovated completion across the US.
I wish I had left Caesars far sooner than I did, awful leadership, awful experience, worst place I've ever worked. – less