Kitchen worker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 26, 2016
Stewarding dept slaves employees. You will be forced to do multiple jobs as people call out they wont call oncall help tell you to deal with it. Most out of country workers so they make sure if you american to not fit in supv has self esteem issues he admitted to so what you think he do to you. Knit pick and hound you. Pressure. Pressure pressure. Make you very uncomfortable. Especially if you not Latin.
Lunch time. Pay check cashed onsite
Slave labor pay to do much more work in little time. Mgmt trash. Kitxhen workers that is.
poker dealer (Former Employee) – east side cannery – April 24, 2016
the management at eastside cannery had no clue when it came to running the poker room.it was run from the bj pit. they tried to run it like the black jack pit and that will not work, it is two totally different games and mind set. after a while I gave up and moved on.
Hostess and Cashier (Former Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – March 11, 2016
If you don't want a permanent shift and health benefits, I would highly recommend the Cannery. When I was working over there, the managers from the Food and Beverage department treated me like a child. Some of the co-workers were nice, but it wasn't a pleasant experience.
Dual Rate Floor Supervisor (Former Employee) – North Las Vegas, NV – October 15, 2015
Their motto is "Have fun, make money"' and they do. I learned that not every casino job has to be stressful, the Management was Top Notch, as well as the employees, The hardest part of the job for me was the commute, and the most enjoyable part of the job was the freshness, and the fun we had while working.