I have learned a lot about the Seminole Indians and their culture and language. A typical day at work was always fun and demanding which created a nice working environment. Management and co-workers were always a pleasure to work with.
High School Recruiter (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – April 15, 2016
Wonderful place to work. Regular hours with excellent pay; Able to interact with wonderful students, and potential students. The staff was great and upper management was helpful and easy to talk to at the time employed there.
Assistant Director of Information Technology (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – September 18, 2015
Great place to work. IT folks were talented and delightful to work with. Tribal members were very appreciative of hard work and dedication of all of the non-tribal member employees. The hardest part of the job was navigating the political minefields. The best part of the job was contributing to the ever improving technology usage at both the Government level and the Gaming level.
I enjoyed my job and learned a lot from several people, some co- workers were nice and very helpful they also made me feel welcomed. The hardest part of my job was having to deal with the way my manager communicated with me ( there was no communication) and the way they laid me off was uncalled for and was not done in a professional manor
IT System Administrator (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – June 5, 2015
A typical 9-5 day in which we assist users with problems in their computer. Basically if you are entry level person and looking to get your foot in the door to gain expreirience then go for it. but just be quiet and dont expect to be helped and learn new stuff from anyone unless they like you. co-workers and managment work together to pick out favrorites in the job and give them better task and training and overtime. and if you are not in that group they will try to find ways to make you quit or get fired. the most hardest part of the job is pleasing the tribal members and management. the most enjoyble part is getting paid weekly, enjoying paid holidays and going home. fyi this is not a job where you can have close coworkers you can confide on with issues you are having at work and outside work they will stab in the back before you know it. no one is your friend there.
favoritism, instilling to fear tribal members. high turnover
A very interesting workplace with sovereign immunity business advantages
Director of Business Development (Former Employee) – Hollywood Florida – May 7, 2015
Every day presented great opportunities and different challenges. By creating a new category of business for the company, we had to operate as a start up within the company. Along with the new electronic cigarette business I created, we also had other products that were looking for distribution i.e. Hard Rock Energy Drink, Seminole Orange Juice. We won every critics choice award and the eCigar we created is still the best in the industry.
Director of Nursing/ARNP (Current Employee) – Immokalee, FL – April 23, 2015
Work schedule is 8-5. Make sure all the clinics have provider coverage, review schedule and take sick calls. Make sure no clinic is short any nurses for the day that require coverage. See patient myself if ARNP coverage is needed at one of the clinics.
Poor management. Doesn't resolve any problems. Supervisor is not professional. You are not allow to speak spanish in the clients house nor at the work place. Co-workers are all about drama drama drama. Please avoid! you will regret it! 5 people fire because of supervisor! she is nasty and sneaky! ALSO, supervisor and Manager are BEST FRIENDS..so no matter what negative comments you have to say about the supervisor, the manager will have her back!
Lunch break is an hour long.
you have to help clean the senior center, cook meals, CARWASH!!!