Service assistant (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – June 7, 2016
Very busy business during holidays and weekend.Compensation very good.empyees and management get along very well and very clean work environment..I think the hardest part of this job was that it never really slowed down.
They wanted me gone, so I quit before I was terminated.
Utility Person (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 27, 2015
This place was by far the worst job I have ever worked. The only reason I stayed as long as I did was because of the benefits health, dental, vision, and life insurance. Management is unproductive and uncaring. The union I was in was useless, if you have a problem with a coworker or manager good luck trying to get help from them. Most of my coworkers were very lazy. I was put with many of them on numerous occasions. And when I complained about this nothing was done. Management just wanted us to get into an argument and then they could terminate both of us. BEWARE OF THIS PLACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's good for people who want to go back to school so they need a job to keep them afloat until they graduate. Or for some who just needs a part time job. But to try and make this place your permanent job will not work out for you.
The weekly pay and the pay rate.
Management, lazy coworkers, . So much gossip going around in this place most of it vicious lies. Created by heartless people.
Change Attendant (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 4, 2015
Count bank in with a witness (another employee or supervisor) for accurate amount for bank balance how to multi task wonderful work well with others mid shift bank transfer how the company always thank you for your dedication
Coat Check Host/ On-Call (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 30, 2015
It was a great place to work for. I would highly recomend this job to anyone. The people are friendly and very helpful to new hirers. They give you uniforms and clean them for you. They feed you for free. We have our own caffiteria. and there is always room for advancement. The hardest part was when the season was over
free breakfast, lunch and dinner, they clean your uniforms
I never seemed to find anything wrong with this company
Cook (Former Employee) – Detroit mi – August 12, 2015
The job wasn't geared towards learning and crafting your learned skills however it was more so geared towards finding ways to make employees miserable divided and paranoid about loosing their job. Management is unproductive,mean, and avoid employees unless their targeted for being fired.
cocktail server (Former Employee) – Detroit,Michigan – May 5, 2015
The pay was good for the position. Serve drinks and get paid up to about 12 an hour. They have a union and got raises. It's best to just keep to yourself because there is so much drama in this place with the servers and bartenders. This position is not meant to be a career, I would highly recommend this for anyone ages 21-30 and 30 is pushing it. Management very strict about liquor cleanup after last call, they do not hesitate to give write-ups for any issues so DO YOUR JOB. Tips are great if you smile and work hard for your money. Some days can get really slow but don't get caught "doing nothing". I would say they do have a high turnover for this position but there is a lot of longevity within this company. Overall its a very fun job, it only requires you to look cute, smile and serve drinks for the most part and who wouldn't like that? There is tons of security and cameras everywhere, I felt safe leaving!
I am a people's person. (Former Employee) – Detroit Michigan – December 9, 2014
I have been a cashier for eight years at Vicki's B B q and I love it. I prepare the customer food service them and ring them up for the price of food. And also get to no my customer and their name ; how they like their prepare.
food for free
short break is 15min. healthcare is insurance that you pay into that is use for emergency.
Line Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 23, 2014
rite after I punch the clock I feel that im on a mission to get the job done that means preparing quality fresh great tasting food for our guests.I had the pleasure of working with a great group of men,women and chefs who worked closely together ,it was like family.I really enjoied working at motorcity casino.
great benefits, associates, learning possibilities
Food and Beverage (Current Employee) – Detroit,MI – August 11, 2013
There is only ONE good thing about this job and that is the hourly pay you receive. I have never seen an establishment pay their employees as much as they do here. But just because they pay you good does not mean that it is a great company to work for. No one cares about anyone else but themselves. Many of the workers are LAZY because they have a union standing behind them. If you are a part-time employee you will NEVER matter to anyone even if you work a million times harder than full-timers that have been there since day one. And to the reviews before mine... yes it is true that MMC workers are mostly AA. But I have never seen management poorly treat co-workers because of their skin color. On another note.. good luck to whoever gets hired. Just remember your here because of one thing and one thing only and that is a PAYCHECK.
Travel (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – May 10, 2013
I have work for this company for a couple years and Its an exciting work environment to work in, but the management sucks particularly the male bosses. Someone stated that the management in their department is borderline racist toward AA, which is very true. The casino is predominantly employes AAmericas but all the mangers are White, that's descrimitory within its self IMO. The food & Beverage department has very few if any non colored employees but predominantly white mangers and i don't understand how a couple of these guys haven't got this casino sued.
advancement oppurtunities, great enviorment, easy positions
A typical work day was a progression f going to work day after day and receiving the benefits that were offered.
Human Resources Benefits Representative (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 10, 2013
A typical work day is going to work to deal with the same issues and being stagnate within the same position currently held. There is no ongoing meetings, training or cross training within the department. I have learned a great deal of information in all aspects of Human Resources. Management is inexperienced and not fully knowledgeable in leadership. With the exception of a couple, my co-workers are great to work with. The hardest part of the job is dealing with inexperienced managers with no leadership experience and who micro-managed. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with my co-workers, experiencing all aspects of personalities within the different departments and being educated in Human Resources.