Depending on where you work and what you do, GCA could be a great, or an abysmal company. What I do, cashier work, is not the best position, and the customers make the job much harder than it needs to be. If you work at Corporate in Las Vegas, you will probably find the job much like any other in a large company.
I know none of the higher positions in this company. The highest person in the chain of 'command' I know of is our branch manager.
A typical days requires you to SLOWLY, METICULOUSLY, explain every detail of a transaction to each and every customer, unless they have already been to the booth before. In which case, the transaction goes smoothly. You will usually get yelled at at least once or twice a day.
I have not learned much at this job. It requires you to count. I learned that before I went to school. I have made it far with my life I suppose.
The co-workers are the best part of the job. You can share in your misery of being at the casino and working there.
The hardest part of the job is the customers. They are all terrible people. Maybe 1 out of every 10 will be nice. Usually they are not. They also cannot listen and cannot hear a word you say no matter how many times you tell them something.
The best part of the job, as stated above, are your coworkers normally. Aside from that, watching people get frustrated at machines is pretty funny. Or the benefits. They are quite nice, but they also cut into your paycheck by a large amount.
Um... You meet new people?
Short breaks, including lunches, Horrible work environment, Customers do not like you.