Laundry Attendant (Former Employee), Sparks, NV – December 4, 2013
Pros: free lunches. fast pace, there was always something that had to be done
Cons: sorting dirty linnin, no pay raise in 2 years
Bosses were mixed in what they wanted. One boss would say to do one thing the other would tell me to go work in another area. when there was nothing else to do in my station my supervisor would send me to another station and the manager would come behind the supervisor and tell me to go back to my first station.
Income Auditor (Current Employee), Biloxi, MS – September 26, 2013
This position is a great way to prefect being attentive to detail and problem solving. Although it can be a bit mundane with completing the same function everyday, it still possesses challenges everyday.
The downside includes inadequate training, inconsistent communciation internally and externally, lack of clear direction within the department, and – more... unprofessional behavior.
The company is eager to progress forward, yet holds itself back with many manual processes as well as "stuck in a rut" mentality. – less
Security dept management doesn't care of there employees sad to say but they kill anyone spirit if u happy not good for the company happy employees ha
Security dept (Current Employee), Atlantic city New Jersey – September 11, 2013
Pros: free lunch break
Cons: not a friendly place
No good spirit in that worked place security dept is no communication always threating to fired ppl hostile place to work for from director to management has no respect for employees as well no back none for the dept
Room Attendant (Former Employee), Sparks, NV – August 15, 2013
I would come to work to clean room and replenish amenities. I learned how to properly clean rooms in a fast manner. The hardest part of the job was getting the room done on time, but the most enjoyable was the feeling after it was accomplished.
poker dealer (Former Employee), Las Vegas – April 17, 2013
Pros: a job
Cons: mostly everything till you find a better job
One of the lowest tipping jobs in Vegas because of 50 cent pieces in dealers trays. Soon it will be quarters because of outdated Vegas clueless poker management. Too many drunks and very slow service.Break in dealers until they find a better job.
Maintence (Current Employee), Laughlin, Nv – March 21, 2013
Pros: free lunch, 401k, tight knit group of employees
Cons: raises do not cover increases in taxes or insurances, vegas running to the ground due to lack of understanding
Working has always been enjoyable and the department managment has always backed the employees. Higher managment on the hand is either been there forever or rotating out all the time. Houston rotates GMs so often the guys have no understanding of the Laughlin business and are easily swayed by those others that have been sitting in managment a long time. Las – more... Vegas has most of the say which is not helping either. They refuse to open their eyes that Laughlin could be the next big thing with a little creative marketing and an open mind. laughlin is not Vegas and has a different selling point. They need to reconize this and see that Laughlin did better without Las Vegas watching our every move All in all I love the employees closeness and wish that Houston would let Laughlin stand on her own as she use to and maybe the business would pick up and it could go back to being number 1 all the way. – less
the job is good the changes make it challenging daily
Cage Supervisor (Current Employee), Laughlin, NV – February 16, 2013
Pros: free lunch in edr/ 401 k offered / health insurance
Cons: short breaks/ am salary cover hsifts with no compensation
Start 8 am count and verify money and banks, put together and record bank deposits. thoughout day make and oversee transactions with guest and fellow employees. Management has changed thoughout years now everything literally has to be okayed by Mother company in Las Vegas. I get along with my co-workers. We work together in close proximity. The hardest – more... part of the job is having to wait on important decisions to be made by Las Vegas first; even if it is the same solution we come up with, we are not allowed to move without Vegas okay. The most enjoyable part of the job is when things run smoothly. Meeting people and interacting with fellow employees – less