keno supervisor (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 24, 2016
A day at the Flamingo was always full of excitement just about everyday.You see new faces all the time and meet people from all over the world. I learned a lot about customer service and how to deal with their problems. At times it can be a bit tricky, but you just service them to the best of your abilities.
free, lunch, tickets to events and show, excellent healthcare
Traffic on the strip, walking across the parking lot to get to your vehicle
Food and Beverage Cashier (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 16, 2015
13 years at the Flamingo. Now all the restaurants are closing. They don't want to pay union workers. They have more managers than actual workers. I'm just glad to be out of there. I hope it gets imploded.
I have worked there for 25 years, look to work off the strip after the major accident. Looking forward to work off the strip and in a small casino..
Field Training Officer (Current Employee) – 3555 Las Vegas Blvd South – February 25, 2013
Start early morning with briefing, Go out on the floor to your schedual assigned area, If not busy on work details, initiates a friendly verbal conversation with guests and build a relationship with them. Offer the guests additional products and services of the hotel. This is my most enjoyable part of the job. I enjoy meeting people from all over the world. There's nothing like endorsing great customer service to our guests and expressing appreciation for their business and extending parting remark.There is simply nohard part about doing this job. .
Bellman (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 19, 2012
Did check ins check outs luggage assist, wheelchair assist, fed ex delivery, room changes, delivered tour groups, work as doorman, kept driveway clear. I learned a lot about Las Vegas and how the Flamingo played a role in the beginning of Las Vegas. I met a lot of great people that were my co -workers
Hardest part was pushing a load of luggage Most Enjoyable was The Tips