productive, suppresive work environment with NO room for advancement.
Buffet Cook (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 29, 2017
The work culture there is to work until you have dies on the floor, at which point, they push your lifeless body into a corner until the end of service, then call for medical assistance. They will eat you alive and spit you out with no care whatsoever about your own personal well-being.It is a cutthroat place to work at, and they will kill you in every way possible..
Data Modeler (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 7, 2017
The draw of the cosmopolitan it its small size and independent status. The opportunities to participate in new projects and learn new skills have been far greater than anywhere else I have worked. On the down side, there exists no process for either annual reviews or the accompanying merit raises.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 29, 2017
Cosmo is probably the best place to work on the strip. My co workers and management team were absolutely amazing! The environment there was so relaxed. I must say that you definitely feel like you are a part of something when you are there, working or playing lol. Go check it out, work or play😎
VIP Services & Resort Services Operations (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 5, 2017
I loved working at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. It also helps my favorite color is purple, so I was easily on brand. I love the innovation the property offered in every nook & cranny. It is purely beautiful.
Barback/Bar Porter (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 26, 2017
The Cosmopolitan embraces uniqueness and this makes for an amazing staff to work with! The Cosmopolitan's style also attracts unique guests from all over the world and this makes every shift different and usually enjoyable.
Casino Services Lead Agent (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 6, 2017
Cosmopolitan's vision for its CoStars (employees) are based on 4 Core values: Community, Compassion, Courage, and Conscience. These values are encouraged to be used daily with internal and external guests.
BEVERAGE SERVER (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 14, 2017
Still a modern hotel concept that brings great guests. Twist to the originals, the Cosmopolitan pushes the comfort zone and invites the curious. Hiring the right people to bring this concept to life, there are many great coworkers to enjoy your shift with, no matter the department.
Beverage Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 8, 2016
The director of beverage doesn't know how to speak to his employees and managers let alone manage them. Instead of working with his management he cuts them off without a chance to work. He will not give you a chance to manage and show your experience and skills. He is still stuck in his Station Casino ways. Their job requirements are minimum 3 years of experience but they only want managers with no experience so the director has more experience than them. They are write up happy here and will put your job and family against the wall just to protect themselves. The VP's need to realize the unprofessional work environment their directors produce for their co-stars and move on to a professional, more experienced director. The rest of the management is a bunch of washed up Caesars employees. Im upset I left a good job to come work here.
Employee meals, managers park on property.
Everyone else parks off site, inexperienced upper management.
Food and Beverage Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 18, 2016
upper management is very inexperience hiring make no sense went to work one day and someone we passed over as a bus-boy was running an outlet as the manager no wonder this property has just started to make money. The F&B is staffed with people that worked in their moms restaurant that is what makes-up the leadership from the director down The food side does well because the are good landlords the house owned outlets are at best poor