A great place to work, with diverse atmosphere and fun
Status Board clerk I provide Guests in the resort (Current Employee) – Valley Center, CA – November 18, 2016
most of my day was spent on the phone with guests. I was a dispatcher and also managed the day to day (daily schedules, and weekly schedules) operations for all of the housekeepers on property. Management was good and my coworkers were all great, and I had a great time getting to know all of them. What I learned and was also one of the hardest parts of my job was, multitasking. Although it was hard to multitask it was also fun, there was always something to do.
Valet (Former Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – November 2, 2016
Very rewarding job with several return customers that I grew to know very well throughout the years. I enjoyed working with the public and building rapport with clientele. The hardest part for working for tips and never knowing if your shift was going to be busy or not. I enjoy working concerts when Stir Concert Cove is open.
Customer loyalty and working with Stir concert cove.
I spent 7 years in the hotel reservation and 5 years at VIP Services. Always been pleasant on the phone and reached the goals for phone calls per hour. Issued complimentary room, food, and show vouchers based on gaming activity. The most enjoyable part of the job when Guest remembers for your excellent service and they know you by name.
Good working hours, free employee meals, good medical benefits
Cashier (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ 08401 – November 14, 2016
a typical day was stressful! as an employee your constantly being watched and Criticized. I have learned that its really important to have a college degree that why i started school this year. management was a bit unorganized. the hardest part was when it goy really busy and we were short staff. the most enjoyable part was getting paid every week.
Total Rewards Representative (Current Employee) – Valley Center, CA – August 16, 2016
A typical day at Total Rewards is greeting and signing up guests, selling all casino gaming, promotions, and issuing out comps. I learned how to print cards and be a information hub for guests. Management onna scale from 1 to 10 is a 3! Poorly managed and no leadership in Total Rewards. The co-workers are not supervised nor managed effectively. In addition, I was constantly verbally harassed and ganged up on by several associates in front of guests and staff! Hardest part of the job was the poor compensation and commute. The best part was the guests that played there; the guests are fun people.
Micromanaged to death, low growth, poor wages, hostile staff
Fun part was meeting new people and working with fellow workers
Table Games Supervisor (Former Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – October 17, 2016
Hardest part is the boredom. Standing for 8 hour shifts. Most enjoyable part was meeting and helping people. Everyday was a learning experience. The management was very understanding and helpful with the needs of the employees.
Assistant Hotel Manager (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – November 7, 2016
This company takes pride in ensuring that the proper candidates are selected for the job. Employees have larger than life personalities and know how to make guests feel welcomed. the benefits are amazing with an unbeatable 401k plan.
provides parking for employees, separate dining area for employees
Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 17, 2016
I am a hard worker, but this company will work you to the bone and spread you super thin - assigning you multiple properties, yet not compensating you for the aditional workload. They say they promote a job/work life balance, but if you are in management,don't count on it!
Large company, lots of opprtunities
The pay for the workload is not properly balanced.
Ordinary Seaman (Former Employee) – East Chicago, IN – October 29, 2016
I worked on the ship most of the day, cleaning and painting the ship. I learned a lot about safety, fire fighting and sailing. The management were nice and fare. The co-workers were great people to work with. There was no hard part of the job I had a great time working there.
Stock Associate (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 26, 2016
A typical day at work for me is just coming into work ready to work with a great attitude. I learned nobody and nothing you do is perfect as long as you work hard and keep a positive mindset. My co workers and managers love my work ethic because I like to work very fast and try to keep everything nice and clean. Also I tend to over think the day or situation but as I get through the day, I know I can get through anything as long as I stay patient and keep a positive attitude. I enjoy working because I like to keep myself busy and motivated to achive succes.
Cook 2/ lead supervisor (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – July 16, 2016
Monitored kitchen inventory and re-ordered food and supplies as needed. Maintained kitchen condition to standards exceeding health regulations. Prepared food cooked to order in a fast-paced, short-order diner. Supervised and trained restaurant staff including sous chefs and food handlers. Handled all aspects of food service management
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Maricopa, AZ – July 22, 2016
I would of never left this company if it wasn't for an incident that I had. It was a good environment, great guest. Some of the employees were very underrated as well. They seem to focus more on certain aspects of the Casino then that of a low level employee and that will hurt in the long end.
Bartender (Former Employee) – Chester, PA – June 6, 2016
A typical day at work depends on where you are scheduled The Service Wells is away from customers and you deal with only cocktail waitress who were very easy to get along with and helpful. The CoWorkers here for the most part got along very well with eachother and were a mature group of people. The down side is the management was very poor, lacked leadership and communication which could make work sometimes unpleasant but with the other workers there we managed to work together and figure things out unless management was really needed. A pretty good experience and helped build team work skills.
Spa (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 14, 2016
Management is horrible...your not treated with respect, your talked down to, and nothing is confidential between managers. Spa manager is the worst about letting employee's personal issues, the next days gossip amongst other employees. She can't be trusted and somehow remains in management. Spa supervisor lied on her application and doesn't even have a high school diploma or GED, But yet she was promoted to a supervisor position, because of lack of applicants, merely by the manager so she herself does not have any extra work. Horrible pay for amount of hours required to work. Company and management allow guests to get in employees faces and yell at them and just pretend they don't see. Manager allows employees to come in high on marajuana and no drug tests are enforced.
Stewarding Supervisor (Former Employee) – Robinsonville, MS – June 7, 2016
Enjoyed my time there, I worked my way up from setting up banquets to working concerts and then finally working at the buffet and becoming supervisor. During my time there I was fortunate enough to win the Chairman's Award for Superior Internal Service. I hated the closing, over my 17 years there I had made many friends and met wonderful people visiting the casino.
My workday was never dull or boring. If you like fast paced and meeting different people of all types of cultures , then you would enjoy working for Harrah's. I learned a lot from my coworkers every day as well as trained new employees in our area that came in. I also worked all 3 shifts to make sure we had enough people to cover due to being short handed. I did love all the different tasks. From time edits to inventory to confidential processing of employee paperwork. We were always busy. The time went by fast. If my husband,s job had not relocated him, I would still be there. Lots of chances for advancement.