Cook (Former Employee) – Salisbury, MD – January 6, 2016
A typical day is making sure that I have everything that I need for my customers. I learned that you have to be very fast an remember what orders comes next. Management is wonderful they work with you and my co-workers are very nice people to work with. The hardest part is not jumping over any one orders they don't like that. I like most is getting to know new people and just having fun.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Trenton, NJ – March 31, 2015
Come sign in at the front desk, log in and receive a bank bag which included money for the cashier register, sign off. Go upstairs to the concession stand I was assigned too for the day, and help other employees get ready for the event for that particular day. I learn that its important to always give excellent service to the customers. My co-workers are very easily to work with, friendly and we all come together as a team and get all task done for the day. The hardest part of the job is checking inventory and checking my bank at the end of my shift. The most enjoyable is making sure that our customers are taking care of and our satisfied with out services.
This is a fun place to work. I work usually just the ice hockey games, the circus and Disney shows. Occasionally they have concerts, I work most of those but this is just an as needed job. Not even considered part time. I mostly work in the same stand for every event and I work well with other in the same stand. It is all based on the customers. My coworker are usually the same people each event and we all get along great. Management is run as well as it could be. the hardest part of the job is an irate customer. You just have to satisfy customer the best way you can. The most enjoyable part is our regular customers and getting to know them.
it is fun and work with the same people usually
summer months are very slow. not alot of events at the coliseum in the summer
Cashier (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 7, 2014
The process and procedures that help the stands run efficiently is in really good shape. the supervisors and runners seem to always keep up with what we need from the warehouse to replenish stock during the shift.
Server/Bartender (Current Employee) – Lawton, OK – August 24, 2014
I enjoyed working with a select few employees. My supervisor is easy to get a long with. The hardest part of the job is there aren't that many people who are in the casino to make money off of tips. With more and more new hires its almost impossible to have a good section. On a typical day off work (when it isn't payday) it is really slow. You have to know people to actually make good tips.
no health insurance, paid time off, sick leave, hired on as part time with no chance of full time.
Crew Leader (Current Employee) – Atlantic City, NJ – April 15, 2013
customer service i always have a smile on my face and i encourage the staff to do the same. i interact with and work with management/co-workers when ever we are at work. always encouraging everyone to have a positive day. i don't think any part of my job is hard. i love working with people.
Nice place to work some stressfull times in the begginning yet professional and an overall great place to work.
Warehouse worker (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – May 3, 2012
Upon starting it was a bit rough to understand what was intended for the job. I was hired as a Warehouse worker and seince the manangment was new they had to revamp the apperiance of the stadium.. Cleaning and such was in order for a month. As of results when the season started we were hurled into our responsabilies and hailed for the quick and smooth transision.Mostly its a tight shift we start and go from there along with waiting on counts we keep busy by checking dispencers for condomets and freezers for stock. As part of a union i have no quarls about the pay..yet it seems like more would be needed but seeing as its a seasonal job nothing less could be expected.