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MotorCity Casino Employer Reviews

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Loved it
Cocktail Server (Former Employee), Detroit, MIAugust 13, 2013
I loved working in the casino. It was like working and partying at the same time.
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Food and Beverage (Current Employee), Detroit,MIAugust 11, 2013
Pros: great pay.
Cons: no one will ever appreciate how hard you work.
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 – more... 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. – less
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I love Security work, period, it's what do. i have been security since the age of 19 and i'm now 49, 30 year of security experience and i still love i
security Officer II (Former Employee), Detroit, MIJuly 30, 2013
Motor city casino was my first real security experience in terms of true responsibility. report writing, arrest procedures, radio response and the true meaning of protection of life and property.
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Easy Jobs, Bad Management
Travel (Former Employee), Detroit, MIMay 10, 2013
Pros: advancement oppurtunities, great enviorment, easy positions
Cons: slave driver management, fees and dues
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 – more... 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. – less
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Fun exciting
Theater Event Staff (Former Employee), Detroit, MIApril 24, 2013
make an enourmus amount of tips, management sucked the are border line racisit towards african americans.
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a company with the right stuff
Tactical Support Deputy (Former Employee), Detroit, MIJanuary 12, 2013
Pros: growth, pay, engagement of employees outstanding
Cons: unions
overall good solid company. the management team understood tyhe value of its employess and work toward creating a good organizational environment
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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, MIJanuary 10, 2013
Pros: free lunches with employee cafeteria
Cons: management
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. – more... 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. – less