Suffers from upper management communication hindering progress and quality
LEAD BUFFET RUNNER (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – September 9, 2017
Direct management for most departments consists of dedicated people who genuinely want the business to excel for both employees and guests. Upper management consists of the same level of commitment, but with a distinct lack of communication and job understanding of lower positions. Employees often feel under valued, ignored, and given instructions or requirements that conflict with daily operations and quality goals. There always seems to be either a lack of oversight, or to much to the point of micro management halting progress and harming morale. Employees are paid fairly for THEIR job for the most part, but many find themselves doing more than one job without increased pay. Employees are also penalized on a point based system for absences and misconducts. Many factors that result in points being earned however are often things that should be ignored or forgiven based on situational necessities but management is not given the authority to make those decisions. It is an EXTREAMLY unforgiving and inflexible system. While working here I lost a few good employees who were fired for to many points earned despite being our best workers.
competive environment with decent benefits.
poor management and communication with work loads exceeding employee job descriptions and pay.
Gift Shop Cashier (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – August 26, 2017
This casio has to be the worst place to work at. The hours are consistant but they don't have to pay minimum wage. The benefits are nice because they are free, but the pay just sucks. The mangament at this place is very biased also
Cashier (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – June 8, 2016
I really loved my job. The only thing i did not enjoy or like was the point system that put a lot of pressure on you as an employee. All the emolyees were really fun to work with. the job was demanding but fun at the same time.
Beverage Supervisor (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – March 12, 2015
They speak of a team concept and communication and integrity, not. I never felt I was on a team except by the staff I supervised, they were great, but upper management is very belittling. Great benefits. Point system is harsh and lazy supervisors are rewarded.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – January 21, 2014
The pay was good for being a 19 year old. I made a lot of life long friends working there and enjoyed working with patrons. It sparked an interest in the criminal justice field for me. Working with Tribal Police was fun as well.