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Overall great place to work, and learn exceptional customer service
E.V.S. Attendant (Former Employee), Valley Center, CANovember 4, 2013
Pros: free meals, paid breaks, and great benifits
Cons: management neglecting to follow company policy
I enjoyed this job very much. Although challenging, learning the required E.V.S. skills was very rewarding. I became part of a team to be proud of and made good friends with my co-workers and supervisors. I do feel management may not have followed company policy. I miss my relationships and my work to this day.
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Great place to work, they also provide food for breaks!
Table Games Dealer (Former Employee), Valley Center, CAOctober 1, 2013
Pros: free food
Cons: location
Valley View is a great place to work, very friendly management. Days are never the same.
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Team Member Dining Room (Former Employee), Valley Center, CAJuly 25, 2012
Pros: free lunch
Cons: sometimes no breaks, low pay, (see description)
Started on graveyard despite my overwhelming experience for that positon and relatively small establishment. Graveyard shift also enlisted very short breaks, if any, and the responsibility for the graveyard cook was well beyond the compensation considering the responsibilities required. The graveyard cook was sometimes the only BOH employee for the – more... whole casino. Responsible for finishing dinner for employees, prepping breakfast, and serving other grave employees, simultaneously supporting any culinary needs for the rest of the casino. Without my vast experience, I probably would have been completely lost with no one to ask, not to mention fighting having to stay up all night. After a year of toughing out this job and at the same time I was eligible for a promotion, I was discharged for "lack of experience"(?). I only liked this job because it was barely keeping my head above water but figured that the payout from staying would be worthwhile considering what I had to do. I was sorely disappointed. In my opinion, management had poor skills when it came to discussing alternatives to my complaints, showed below average food knowledge in general, and overall made my tenure at this establishment a very sour one in retrospect. – less