Arcade Attendant (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – April 26, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: closed down
This was my first job working on the attractions level at the Luxor and they had the Games of the Gods arcade (where i worked) and the IMAX theater, King Tut museum, Ridefilm, and the Atrium Showroom. I had the best times of my life working here the employees that used to work there were always fun and happy everyone mostly got along and the management – more... needed some help but they were cool to work for. Too bad that the shut down and closed everything up their for new and adult things to be up there. – less
Surveillance Supervisor (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – January 9, 2014
Pros: health care
Cons: short breaks
Report to work, work on training materials for new hire employees Learned the computer BJ Survey $25,000 computer that tells you if th e player is counting or not. My job at the Luxor was easy and the hard part was catching silver miners. We caught a band of gypsy's that robbed the cage.
Admin Assistant (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – August 23, 2013
Walk in to my office and read my emails, I learned how to do the reports, send them out to the VPs, I also learned some accounting and other different systems. My co-workers were super nice. The hardest part when my boss was replace and so was I. I enjoyed everything I did and all of my co-workers!
Fast paced environment with each day providing new challenges!
Assistant Front Office Manager/Supervisor (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – March 12, 2013
Pros: meals provided free, teamwork, fun atmosphere, unique building!
Cons: long hours, high turnover, 24/7 business-always open!
I learned to think on my feet and make quick reasonable decisions in a fast paced-24/7 environment. I had authority (comping privileges) to make things right for guests that encountered problems. Always the possibility to meet or encounter "celebrity" guests. There was a great team of employees throughout the property that would be there to assist one – more... another at any time! Luxor Hotel/Casino is built like a pyramid, it is a very unique building to go to work in everyday! – less
Asst. Store Manager (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – November 26, 2012
Pros: liked working with my sales associates
Cons: upper managment with poor work ethics
I had alot of management skills and experience to offer the team, but upper management which was the director and his store managers had a click of people they liked working only with. It was sad to see this day in and day out. It was clock work, to see the groupees(these managers) walk together like they had nothing to do on the sales floor and go – more... out to smoke 4 times a day. These groupees would have fun by trashing each others offices and one day they trashed our floor office. I told my manager that I wasn't happy seeing this behavior in our team and I wasn't going to clean that office and he had to clean it up. I realized how weak the management team was. I just worked with the staff and stayed focus on my work and then one day they're was a huge lay off and I was apart of it. The fire on top of Monte Carlo Hotel made it worse for our stability to stay in MGM as new employees. – less
fun working with co-workers and at the hotel & casino
Security Officer (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – September 6, 2012
Pros: free lunch and benefits
my co-workers are fun to work with we have alot of fun, we have training all the time, first aide/cpr training, weapons training, training on how to do the hotel & casino, bike training. we also have fun with our boss it's like working with family but better. sometimes the customers, the best part of the job is working with my co-workers. I rate this – more... company a 5 star rating. – less
For the most part, everyone hot along really well, that made working fun
Cocktail Server- Seasonal (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – August 9, 2012
Pros: great co-workers and managers
I enjoyed working at Luxor. It was the most fun I had on a job. Working at the pool in 06' was not only hard work but was the most memorable. For the Most part all the women got along well. The managers we're the greatest ever.