utility porter (Former Employee) – luxor – December 15, 2016
A great place to work. Company have a lot to offer, Good benefit, free food and also really nice managers. The only cons is been on call and if you didn't answer right away they call another person really frustrated.
Slot Embassador (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 8, 2017
The work is very fluent in the fact that once you are there for a month you automatically know what to do because its pretty much the same thing every day and thats not a bad thing and also you get tips too wich is a big plus.
Chris Angel Sales Clerk (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 20, 2016
A Typical day at work is taking care of the customer's needs. Pleasantly greet the customers, offer to answer any questions, and provide information. Explain any product information. Help them find the right item There looking for & always keeping a smile on my face while doing it. I learned to handle financial transactions, such as receiving payment and making any necessary change. If opening or closing a shift, I was required to count the contents of a cash register. documenting all money that was provided and collected at the beginning & end of shift . I stocked and replaced shelves from the store's stockroom. Management was great and easy people to work with loved working with them. My co-workers were easy to train with great people to work around. There wasn't really any hard part of the job wonderful place to work. The most enjoyable day at work was working around alot of the customers just seeing all the smiles on there face when buying something they really wanted or what the kids wanted.
Free Lunches, Great place to get your foot in the door
Project Manager. Part time (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 8, 2015
excellent work to life balance, you will work hard and enjoy it, the organizations culture is that of having fun while gaining the best experience in the profession of project management consulting. the job may be monotonous and you may find your self doing the same things over and over again. but apart from that you will love working here.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – San Juan, Puerto Rico – January 3, 2015
A typical work day consisted on the ability to solve challenging issues on a daily basis. Many types of instruments were available in which came in handy in the in learning how to use them. Management was excellent in communicating with employees, and coworkers relationship among each other was at 100%. Found no hard part to the any job,and just a great environment to which I would like to return too.
I have worked for Luxor Hotel for nine years, generally that is the best looking hotel on Strip. I have learned what pleasure is to work in multicultural environment. I leaved trough many changes and learned a lot about great hospitality. Overall, good teamwork and benefits.
Being able to interact with people of all walks of life, and do your job to the fullest
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 10, 2013
Every day was different with the variety of people who came to the hotel. From serious issues such as medicals and dealing with EMS, to report writing for alleged stolen/missing property from guests. Employees were also vital as they not only worked for the company, but injuries, and on rare occasions thefts occurred in which it was vital to keep the incident private, Security knowledge was to be kept to just those who needed to know. You worked with not just guests, employees, but general managers and all managers on property to keep not just Security, but all departments working together. In all jobs there are good and bad days, and it is in how you handle each incident, or crisis which matters the most. It is not just a job, but how you present yourself and act in each and every incident on your property.
The people and variety of positions from cross-training
Tour Leader (Current Employee) – Luxor – August 17, 2013
Working at this company was a very enjoyable time .Working with a very helpful mangment and cooperative team making me very happy and like to work all the time.The dardest time in my work after the revolution because there is no work ,no salary.
F&B Cashier (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 5, 2013
Enters purchases into cash register to calculate total purchase price. • Accepts cash, checks, or bankcards for payment; completes transactions according to established procedure. • Counts money, gives change and issues receipt for funds received. • Calculates discounts requests customer identification for certain discounts and receipts as required. • Help and provide excellent customer service • Operates POS system
Director of Operations (Former Employee) – Carolina – January 11, 2015
Being an important part of this company helped me grown in personal level, making me more demmanding, perfectionist, responsable and caring about the employees. I had in charged more than 150 security officers that teached me all those things with situations and daily stuff according to the nature of the job.
Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 2, 2013
Typical work day consists of a plethera of kind managment willing to provide assistance and help at any given moment, very comfortable work environment. Learned that not every manager/suprivisor is stubborn and that there are some reasonable people that do exist out there.
the employee dining room (edr) compensated well for its employees.
Lounge Server (Former Employee) – Luxor – February 15, 2013
I worked in cocktails for the lounges. the tips were usually bad, often due the large number of free drink tickets given to the customers and the lounges often were not busy, especially the Aurora Lounge