Cage Cashier (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – November 21, 2014
Responsible for exchanging cash for casino tokens, and vice versa Handled financial transactions for casino patrons with skill and integrity Exchanged chips for cash, cash checks, pay out credit card advances and wire transfers Handled paperwork Summarized daily transactions, balancing books and cash drawers
Floor Supervisor (Former Employee), Chester, PA – July 2, 2014
Pros: health insurance
Cons: everything about table games
Management is impossible to work with or for. The room is full of little clicks and the favoritism hits you in the face from the moment you start. The director of Table Games (Susan) is NEVER AROUND but that doesn't stop her from forming an opinion about anyone. In 16 years of casino employment, I've never witnessed a worse director. The is 0 job security – more... as everyone is nothing more than a number. Someone simply saying that you said or did something will result in an IMMEDIATE termination with NO INVESTIGATION. After only 8 days of employment; I had seen enough and I quit!! – less
V.I.P. Customer Service Agent (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – June 11, 2014
The most enjoyable part of the job was talking to the different people from other cities coming to visit the casino. Hearing about their last stay with our casino and how much fun they had really let's us know that we are doing our job at keeping our customers happy when they visit our casinos
Cashier (Former Employee), New Orleans,La. – June 4, 2014
Pros: meeting a lot of new people from different parts of the world.
Cons: benefit packages were very expensive.
I operated the cash register everyday. My co workers and I provided excellent customer service to very large volumes of people. The work load was kind of overwhelming at times. The part I enjoyed the most was meeting new people from all over the world.
Slot/Beverage/Casino Service Supervisor (Current Employee), New Orleans, LA – June 4, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: very demanding
Paying out jackpots, providing great customer service. I learned at Harrahs, never be afraid to go out for higher positions. Management, was great and taught me alot about the casino business. My co-workers were like family. The hardest part of my job was dealing with difficult guest. The most enjoyable part of my job, we were like family
front desk (Former Employee), Atlantic City – May 28, 2014
Pros: co-worker s
Cons: management is young and needs training
Job was eliminated and outsourced. Went to a different department where itnwasn improperly managed. Loved my co-worker but the supervisors and managers only had their own backs. Always understaffed and was not able to get proper breaks.
Night Hotel Services Supervisor (Former Employee), Laughlin, NV – May 27, 2014
Pros: the people i worked with.
I worked there before they contracted out a lot of the jobs. Most of the people I worked with, not just in my department, were a great group of people. The departments all worked together to get things done.
Cook (Current Employee), Metropolis, IL – May 27, 2014
Pros: the people i work with.
Cons: my drive.
I work a station, where I keep the food replaced and looking good. I also cook the food. I have learned to prepare food in differemt ways.I have great bosses. I work with the best group you could ever work with.The hardest part of my job is not living up to my own set goals for the day. What I love most about my job is working with the public.