Table Games Dealer (Current Employee) – Chester, PA – September 2, 2017
You have to make sure the money is correct. set up you table then when u get a customer make sure u are helping them understand the game and not just play. also helping people that don't know he game understand the game is the best part of the job very exciting.
you get alot of tips vacation time paid and meet alot of people
you have to be around alot of smoke and people that are beyond drunk
Fun place to work meeting new people and great employees
Dealer (Former Employee) – Metropolis, IL – August 30, 2017
Awesome place to work but if you are married with children and expect the 9-5 work day you better start looking somewhere else. Expect to start working the night shift going in anywhere from 5-9 pm and getting home 2-7 am. Nothing bad to really say about the place except the hours of work. You can advance up getting the better days off like weekends (which are basically mandatory as well as holidays) but be prepared to work for 10-20 years before that happens.
breaks, pay, employees
cant play when you are an employee, no life at all
Assistant Executive Steward (Manager) (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 22, 2017
Harrah's New Orleans was a pretty "Good" place to work when it comes to the atmosphere. I must add that the management proved to be a little less moral that I would have expected from a very large corporation.
Great team environment; ability to meet people because it's a casino
Supervior (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 16, 2017
Great employess and management, management is always there to help you learn more or if you have any concerns at all you will be addressed. There is room to advance within the company if you choose to or transfer departments.