Valet Attendant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 30, 2017
It was a job, it was relaxed for the most part, but there were a few managers that didn't want to be there, and it showed. It was my first valet job in las vegas , and then i got a job at cosmopolitan.
System admin (Former Employee) – Lautoka – October 29, 2017
will definitely work with them if i ever go back to Fiji islands. my first job had great experience with people and also building my skills. can never go wrong when it comes to feeling comfortable at your job.
Maid (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 28, 2017
16 years and every time it changed owners it got worse. At the end management expected the impossible and had no sympathy for anyone. It is management that determins whether you are a happy and work hard or miserable and do the bare minimum. The managers are not properly trained or respectful to any employee under them. I had witnessed yelling, cussing,and even throwing things when they in front of guest. There is no praise but plenty of degrading. They will lie to cover their own butts knowing full well your job could be on the line. The place is filthy and again nobody seems to care about ACTUALLY making things better. STAY AWAY!! When you don't take care of your employees don't expect them to take care of you.
I met some very nice people, and benefits were good.
Hotel Coordinator (Former Employee) – Welch, MN – October 2, 2017
over worked, under paid, poor management, there nothing else to say about this company. If you open your mouth about anything being wrong or someone or something is not following their own rules, you are "walked". Meaning terminated.
Retail Sales Associate/ jeweler in training (Former Employee) – Alexandria Bay, NY – August 28, 2017
I loved what I was SUPPOSED to do here, however the owners didn't create a good work environment. Although my manager and I were close and she is incredible, we both ended up leaving due to the owners in consistency and the stressful work environment we were placed under. Starting off, I did love my job and how creative I got to be through making jewelry and working with customers... it just didn't end so well.
Discounts, creative atmosphere
Often inconsistent schedules, stressful work place.
Produce Associate (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 14, 2017
They are very inconsiderate with their fellow employees. Managers do not know how to speak or treat an employee, my experience there with the produce manager was horrible, he was very unprofessional yelling at me in front of customers.
I'm not saying (Current Employee) – Red Wing, MN – August 13, 2017
Great money and benefits, but it's hard to have a family life. I get along with almost everyone but the higher ups protect some of the most awful people who are not good at their job and are just there for a paycheck then that just leaves the rest of us to pick up the slack. That sucks.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Welch, MN – July 23, 2017
if you are a hard worker b prepard to do your work plus everyone elses. if you are a slacker no worries someone else will finish your work for you. management sucks they will not work with you no matter the situation and do not appreciate the hard workers and baby the ones who do nothing all day
incentive, paid lunch, good benefits
horrible supervisors, have to do everyones work for them on top of your own
Poker room supervisor (Former Employee) – Welch, MN – June 19, 2017
your in a temperature controlled environment so its nice i the winter and summer. for the area the pay is fair. you work a lot of hours and its a great starting job but if you have any criminal history its really hard to get in.
ok place to work if you dont have any other options
Bartender/Apprentice Bartender (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 4, 2017
Gilleys was a typical fun bar environment, until upper management started being replaced every 3 to 6 months and hiring bar managers with not having a clue to what goes on in a bar, due to no previous management experience. workplace culture was very good and fun when everyone wasn't being micromanaged. the hardest part of the job was honestly just putting my head down and letting the managers walk all over everyone including myself. because I had a family to support. the best part of the job was all those great nights when things were busy and people were happy. I didn't see many of those days in the last year of employment. I would not recommend any one to seek employment here..
energetic fun place from time to time with great co-workers
poor poor managment, in the last two years and not getting better.