Young company more focused on competition
Security Ambassador; Mentor (Current Employee) – Hanover, MD – May 12, 2015
I have worked there for more than a year, and have nothing to say that is too thrilling about this place. With the high volume of employees, there is no true intimate surroundings, and everyone there has the focus of a high-school student. There is too much gossip and foolishness, degrees are valued more than work ethic (yes, those with degrees typically are very half-baked, lethargic, boondoggling individuals who have never worked in a casino environment before), yet have education that is somewhat compatible with the gaming environment.
BUT! Most of these issues are due to the fact of it being such a new company in an environment that has never truly experienced gaming/gambling environments on a day-to-day basis. If you have patience (LOTS OF IT), then you will find that certain key employers and managers will see you as valuable and will invest in you properly.
Cheap food court, variety of people, Many departments
"Benign Crab" management strategy mostly, Investment in employees, Egos of Managers