-I spent most days opening doors for customers, checking employee i.d.s, escorting applicatins to H.R., and patrolling Casino floors and parking lots. At dispatch I wrangled all radio traffic and phone calls as well.
-I learned better communication skills. I had my first experience with office politics there as well.
-Some managers were fine, others were overbearing and stress-inducing.
-Co-workers were generally fine. we kept each other going.
-Easily offended customers and employees made things very difficult. Every few days someone was complaining about security and being "deeply offended".
-I mostly enjoyed talking with people at the entrance as they came in and out. Running errands to the main office was a nice relaxing drive as well which afforded time from the casino.
micromanagment from supervisors, no communication between supervisors, rules change several times a day, surveilance team set on busting security rather than watching the guests.