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A day at Resorts World Casino
Cage Shift Manger (Current Employee), Queens, NYMay 28, 2013
Pros: meet nice people
Cons: no break and the food is horrible
A typical day is coming about 30 minutes before my scheduled time to check emails, call outs, approved time off, and have a shift briefing with the previous shift manager. The biggest learning experience for me was learning how to open a casino.The hardest part of my job is trying to stay busy. I am very organize and within the 30 before my shift I answer emails and issue disciplinary write ups. Th most enjoyable part of my day is when all of the banks balance without my help.
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Steady Work, Fast Pace Environment and Plenty of Diversity.
Public Area Cleaner (Former Employee), Queens, NYOctober 9, 2012
Pros: $2.50 lunch everyday with a wide variety of choices, good health benefits and dental.
Cons: lack of union at the time, rude customers & unfair supervisors.
Weekdays were not so busy but weekends were packed. Since I worked overnight must of the general cleaning took place between closed hours of 4am-8am, which included cleaning & sanitizing bathrooms,sweeping and mopping. I've learned how to manage time and work as a team to get the work done.