Bartender (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – December 12, 2017
You better be good at what you do to work at ballys..Most employees have been there for 10+ years. Its fast and furious and fun . Theres no such thing as training so you better already know there computer system , stations in the clubs and recipes
Ex Surveillance Operator (Former Employee) – Biloxi, MS – October 11, 2017
The environment was poor. The employees in the surveillance department wasn't knowledgeable after being employed for 10 to 20 plus years (Old & set in their ways) which doesn't work well with a forever fast changing environment. The other department had no respect for the surveillance department. Lastly, The entire company wasn't organized.
Fast pace and exciting.Every day was a different and great customers
Table Games Supervisor (Former Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – October 10, 2017
Supervised table game operation for integrity and customer service. Supervised slot attendants service response time and large jackpot payouts. Supervised beverage service response time and customer satisfaction The day was fast pace and each day had new challanges and customers
Direct Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 9, 2017
Previous leadership has been pretty good but current leadership lacks care and desire to create a positive atmosphere. Company tries to reward employees but due to the large size, unable to fairly do so. Very fast-paced, "always on", environment since the casino is open 24 hours.
Regional Special Events Coordinator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 8, 2017
Special Events is a fun department to work in, You're in contact with leading roles in every department. Work a long side hard workers and enjoy the event. Hardest part could be the long hours with children at home but it is only on event days. You get to network with everyone and meet a lot of great people. Everyone on the team is hard working, you have to be for a successful event.
ACCOUNT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 5, 2017
There isn't any micromanaging, management is understanding & easy to work with. Your accounts are yours to managed at your pace. Flexible hours. Number can get boring after a while is my only down fall.
Financial Staff Accountant (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 5, 2017
Keeping employees happy and motivated is not a priority for management. I will only see manager on average once a week. They do not micromanage which is a pro of course. Work and task are not challenging, job responsibilities feel more like data entry work and not accounting work. I receive hundreds of company wide emails a day and 2% of them are useful, but then there's a huge lack of communication from management. Most days are relaxed but on stressful days it is extremely stressful. Most of the time they become a stressful week. On those stressful days you are not thanked by management for the great work done. Never considered advancing because of the lack of training. After a couple of years being employed here I still do not feel equipped with the skills required to advance. Most people I've seen advance have acquired their skills with a prior employer.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 30, 2017
Caesars prides its self on guest satisfation and attention to details. Guests needs are to be ment but apear to be effortless. To give the guest the expierance of being a pharaoh for the duration of their stay.
Fountain worker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 28, 2017
Management at the Linq (Flamingo Starbucks) sucks. Too many young kids that are there to make money and not really work. Tons of favoritism. Loved the customers but that's it. It's foot in the door if you're new to Vegas or the corporation. Otherwise, stay away
Table Games Dealer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 25, 2017
Caesars Palace was great the first several years I worked there. Once the bankruptcy started it became very stressful. They kept adding responsibities for us to follow and adding more and more games to learn without training properly.
Casino host (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – September 25, 2017
I started in the casino when there was more companies owning each property before all these mergers started to happen. I loved working for Caesars Entertainment and I would still be with them if they did not phase out my position.