Hostess/Cashier (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 3, 2016
I was a hostess/ cashier. Everyone was friendly to work with but once you became close to the people who worked there, you would find out a little to much and would have personal problems with them. other then that, it was a great place to work at. manager was a wonder person.
Table Games Dealer (Former Employee) – Mesquite, NV – November 5, 2015
Ever worked for a Sweat Joint? This is a tough one. Cliques matter here, find a boss and befriend! But in 2 years, we went through 7 pit bosses!!! Incompetence is the norm, and sweating is a full time job here. They offer Craps, Blackjack, Pai-Gow, UTH, 3-Card, Roulette, and Super Fun 21. They are very harsh on dealers who are losing. They prefer dealers who do not talk, and reward those who win for the house. The Table Games Manager, can be heard telling players they don't have to tip that much, or seen pushing back dealer bets. There is little to no comp discretion, which can keep disgruntled players coming back. Food in the EDR is left out for several hours. They CAN make you a sandwich and some custom foods, if there is someone behind the counter. Dealers get a 20 minute break, and you will lose 5 mins total to and from the EDR. Restaurants dispose of old foods by sending it to the EDR. Often late at night, there are decent deserts, watch for mold. Infestations of bugs and roaches in locker rooms, restaurants, dropping to table games during the workday. Restaurant workers may or may not do anything about the roaches, which also plague the buffet. I have seen managers get fired for saying something wrong to the workers, such as "go do this" which the worker doesn't want to do. Smoking is outside by the entrance, there are butane heaters for the winter, but non-smokers have to walk through it. Once a month, trucks take away the sewage from the casino, employees have to walk past the gagging stench on swing shift. Management goes out the front door, avoiding the nasties.more... You should get the basic insurance, and not bother with anything else. The one doctor in town that accepts the insurance, refuses to take new clients with the insurance. So it's down to Vegas or upto St. George to the nearest doctor, which is 30-80 minutes away. Overall, this is a horrible company to work for, and I don't have enough space to list everything wrong with the casino, the company, nor the management.less
the worst place I ever worked. Many haters there if you're not part of their little click. Management expects you to be available any time they choose to change the schedule. Raises are not given. The facility is old, outdated and dirty. The free meal offered in the employee dining room is terrible - the food they offer should've been thrown out days before so check for mold & pray for no food poisoning. Don't expect consistency from management, nor any support if you have personal problems. Insurance is offered but very expensive. Second-hand smoke is disgusting. Policy/rules are not the same for everyone - it depends on who likes you.
Cashier/room service (Former Employee) – Mesquite, NV – September 22, 2015
Been in the working Industry for about 10 years now, this place, by far is the most hostile, over nit picking, micro managing place i have ever worked. The people who work here are bad too, so much tension and drama between employees, the back talk, back stab, and passive aggressive managers makes this place by far, the worst. If i were anyone, i would seriously consider looking elsewhere for work. They offer 1 free meal a day, and its old stale food. This by the way is only the start of it. This place is just downright horrible. The customers treat you badly too.
Hotel Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mesquite, Nv – January 30, 2013
I worked for company for many years. It used to be a fun place to work until the beginning of 2012 when new micromanager was hired. If you want to work anywhere in this company that is not gaming related I would not recomment it. The company rarely gives raises and almost all benefits have been taken away. There tends to be poor communication skills from upper management to subordinates