Journeyman HVAC / Refrigeration (Former Employee) – Canyonville, OR – January 19, 2018
It was a fine place to work, good people. But pay and morale was low. I was offered a large array of duties, Electrical and HVAC&R but, was soon narrowed down to 90percent kitchen appliance repair work. thx C
Temporary associate (Former Employee) – Canyonville, OR – August 22, 2017
I really enjoyed it there, it was laid back and wasn't too stressful. I enjoyed the food and the guests that came, along with all of the events that we hosted. Management was fairly good, but sometimes things were missed.
Different rooms everyday and everyone was really nice to each other.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Canyonville, OR – January 30, 2017
The job was regular hours 9-5. I learned to make beds several different ways to crunch down on time management. The workplace was great and we kept it cleaning. The hardest part was finding a way to make the rooms better ever time. Most enjoyable part about the job, I never had a bad score on any of my rooms.
Sometimes there wasn't enough sheets to get all your rooms done.
Good co-workers, bad management and overall just draining
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Canyonville, OR – January 16, 2017
A typical day is boring but if you aren't constantly doing something you are getting yelled at. I learned that I never want to work here again. This job taught me the skills for the job that I was performing and that is the only good thing they taught me. Management is terrible and they never work with the employees. You could have had wrist surgery and they would have you back on schedule for busing a week later for 7 days straight. the co-workers are great people, probably some of the nicest people you could meet because everyone there knows how much is sucks to get screwed over by management. the hardest part is knowing you have to go back the next day. Also knowing no matter what you do there unless you're a boss then you're getting screwed. The entire job was draining and I worked in 3 different departments by the time I quite. The best part is how many people you meet, your co-workers and going home at the end of the shift.
Busperson (Former Employee) – Canyonville, OR – January 9, 2017
Working as a busperson was extremely tiring, constantly on my feet and when it got busy I could hardly take a break, varying from decently slow to absolutely crazy. Working as a server is even more challenging for obvious reasons, but the pay in tips far exceeded my monthly check in bussing. An alright job to start with, but holds a lot of potential to make a career, starting from a busser to a server for example.
Keeps you busy and provides a sense of teamwork and camaraderie.
Management is very poor with unreasonable expectations.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Canyonville, OR – July 21, 2016
I have been with Seven Feathers Casino Resort for almost 10 years. I am only looking for employment elsewhere because I plan on relocating. I have enjoyed working here and would recommend them all day.
line cook 2 (Current Employee) – Canyonville, OR – January 13, 2016
i go in and cook and clean. i always learn how to cook different things for the customers. management is really good to me for the most part. i have great coworkers. but i mainly do my shift by myself. the hardest part of the job is when they have something going on at seven feathers and i get slammed and im all byself with no one to help me. the most enjoyable part of the job is getting to work with different people.my boss sent me a card saying he appreciated me and my work.
1/2 hour lunch break
i only get 1 break, and i work alone sometimes it gets really busy.
Assisting other mechanics (Former Employee) – Canyonville – March 15, 2015
A typical day of work at Seven Feathers would include clocking in 10 minutes prior to my shift to prepare food service stations for the buffet, food preparation, sanitation procedures, and customer service. The most enjoyable part of the job were customers that came in on a regular basis. I learned it is easier to make a friend than it is to make a customer. I enjoyed the conversations and anticipating the needs of those customers. There were times that it was difficult to please customers, however I adapted to their needs when dissatisfaction was at play.
Chief Miwaleta Lane Cayonville, (Former Employee) – Cayonville Or – March 5, 2014
Audited all departments in the casino, Table games, Cage cashier, Keno, Bingo and all food outlets. Enter data into spreedsheet to balance each department daily. Posted all credit card transactions. Work with W2G's fill and submitted them for taxes.