Stylist (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – June 5, 2016
Nevada is a "right to work" state, which means they don't need to do the 3 strikes you're out. And they don't! They don't care about any of their employees. They have tons of applicants and you can be replaced in a minute. So they think......not the really good ones. My advice...if you want a long term job look elsewhere. Too much turn over. Really unhappy people working all in one place.
Pay, hours, easy to get to, beautiful environment.
Poor management, procrastination in management, no respect, you can be replaced in an instant in their eyes.
Terrible position most EMT's leave after a few days.
EMT-Security (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – June 24, 2016
The pay is low. The company is very unorganized. They tell their EMT's that they will get 14hr then you end up with 12hr. They dont provide the proper supplies. You will have no medical director to work under and will be told what to do in medical situations by managers that at most are CPR certified. Terrible work enviroment would avoid working here like at all costs.
Great supervisors, demanding but fair. Allowed me to run department as I saw fit; did not micro manage. Great teachers, if I made a mistake, it was brought to my attention as a learning experience and not so much a disciplinary action.
room for advancement, great salary and benefits
need better bonus program for management when goals are met/exceeded
Hostess/Cashier (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – June 27, 2016
Being a hostess/cashier is exciting. You meet a lot of regular customers, you get to engage in different people, different personalities. The only hard part about the job is guests that think they have seniority are not as respectful. You get yelled at when the tables are full, or if there's any complications/confusions.
Guest Service Rep (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – April 14, 2016
I would go in at 8 am and sign on to my bank and verify that the money that was in the drawer was in the drawer and then I would log onto the program that we used to give the employees there banks and count and verify any banks that needed to be counted and put back In the system I would also if I needed to do a bank deposit if my money that was in my drawer was to high
health care was to expensive and didn't cover anything
Management (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – February 16, 2016
Company has a huge turnover rate. They treat employees very poorly. New owners eliminated massive amounts of staff by eliminating job titles and getting rid of good people. HR staff changes completely every few months. Same with Marketing, Sales, and others. Very unethical place to work. People are very unhappy there and morale is horrible. Many Directors and managers are looking to get out. Work there at your own risk. They will steal your ideas for their own then kick you out the door.
Setting up and getting the restaurant ready for the opening shift. Rotation through different positions varying from taking orders, making drinks, back stocking, receiving, unpacking order and cleaning.
There are some management that are great leaders, while others not so much. The people you work with are great and they have an overall friendly feel. The accounting office is one of the hardest to work in out of the entire building.
Attendant (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – August 22, 2015
Working at GSR has taught me a lot about customer service and food & beverage. My managers always know what to expect and are always making sure we are ready for whatever life throws at us. Whenever we have a big show, or huge conventions we are always making sure to stay stocked up and ready. I have yet to see an angry guest.
A day at GSR was a little stressful. When it was shift change I had to go get all new food and the cart were not stable. It was fun because I was able to try all kinds of deserts. The hardest part was the holidays because it would be super busy. The management was okay along with the co workers.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Reno,NV – July 23, 2015
I would not recommend anyone working at GSR. They do not treat there employees fair. Long hrs for not so great pay. Point system is ridiculous. To many rooms for an 8hr day. No free lunchs,short breaks,horrible management.
Was always a treat working in an arcade. I loved how we got to host games and be a part of the fun with our customers. Management was a joy to work with and so were the co workers. Never was a typical day very new everyday.
Bartender/Server (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – July 21, 2015
Lots of great staff. Plenty of hours to go around. The casino is under constant remodel so its an exciting place to work! Theres plenty of room to transfer in the company. I loved working all the big outdoor events.