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Amazing pay, amazing benefits, easy job, bad hours, bad management
Guest Services Coordinator (Former Employee), Venetian Las VegasSeptember 22, 2014
Pros: amazing pay, amazing benefits, easy job
Cons: horrible hours, bad favoritism, horrible middle management
Amazing pay. Started off as a Venetian Coordinator in Guest Services, full time, $18hr., amazing benefits, free benefits, generic prescription free, hands down amazing pay and benefits.

This job was fairly easy.

I did anything from dispatching luggage to being at the GS podium upstairs in sight of the breath taking views..

This job was a miracle – more... for me, especially being new to Las Vegas.

During the first week I became friends with many coworkers and they had advised me that it is not the best place to work for at times but they are only there for the pay and to provide for their family.

I wondered why this was and thought to myself no that will never be me.

I been realized a couple months in that when you are bottom of seniority you have the scraps of hours I am talking about overnight shift swing shift and many times over time but the only problem is there's not much life hours that they give you between the shift but I still continue to do so to provide for myself and my fiance at the time.

I thought to myself if I only had a child would I be completely miserable with the hours it did not matter how good of a worker or team member you would call I was I would still end up with horrible hours.

Even if I switched positions, you start at the bottom which is even worse than you are right now.

I also realized that the executive director has daytime hours and is not paying any attention to middle management all of middle management are on different pages. Managers are not following the guidelines and the rules as you would call it, and it is extremely confusing and difficult knowing that you cannot change something that is not in your power.

This company is far too big for my knowledge.
Management " party" with coworkers have clicks and gossip just as bad as anybody else it is almost like high school, but I stayed with my head up high and did not go in that favouritism route that everyone else got caught in.

I personally advise you that anybody and I mean anybody with the brains just as good as a dog can be promoted to management.

Its all in who you know, not who you are

As a team member, you are also allowed to know anybody and be related to anybody that works for this company which actually is not professional at all.

The company actually suggests that you know somebody in order to even get the job in which I did know somebody.

This whole situation really got to me. All the affairs between co workers, gossip, and ultimate favoritism depressed me. When I first began working for this company my only goal was to advance higher, seeing what was in store for me I did not want to be management anymore

If you end up working for this company I should just to keep your head up high and start to mingle nicely with all managers. – less
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It was Cool
Housekeeper (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVSeptember 19, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: no insurance
It really didnt have any problems just the sweat I Break every day
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5 Star Hotel, great benefits, good co-workers, mediocre management team
Resort Concierge Agent (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVSeptember 6, 2014
Pros: great benefits, 2 meals/shift, uniforms provided and maintained, employee parking
Cons: busy all the time in the venetian, need good shoes for standing for long periods of time
Arrive ready for work. It's usually very busy and you're put to work immediately. There's no time to check emails and very little to no down time.(On Venetian side of property) The quality of guests has changed over past few years and expectations of Concierge have changed as well Seasoned guests know what services a Concierge can provide, others are – more... not sure and have no regard for the experience, value or knowledge of a Concierge. It's always refreshing to teach a guest how to best utilize their time while in Vegas and how a Concierge can assist with the planning of a great vacation. A good Concierge is always learning something new in Las Vegas. There's always a new show, new restaurant, new attraction and other things as well. The company has been making new attempts at attractive team member perks. There are reduced cost movie tickets, in house day care, free employee parking and other perks available. The company has a history of showing the employees how much they appreciate hard work. It goes rewarded with special invites, dinners, etc. Management is changing and with that comes high turn over, new rules and lack of understanding as to how a cohesive concierge team works. The Concierge team at Venetian/Palazzo is great and works well together. There is no hard part for a Concierge. Some guest look for coupons or free items. The hardest part is explaining the value of things to a guest who doesn't come prepared to spend "some" money. One of the most enjoyable perks of the job is when a guest comes back to thank you for a service, advise or recommendation. The other is that the Venetian/Palazzo are very beautiful properties to work at. The history is rich and it holds everything under its roof from a convention center, over 30 wonderful restaurants, a full service spa, great shopping, over 7,000 beautiful suites and much more. – less
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I learned a lot
Brand Marketing Manager (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVAugust 11, 2014
The Venetian/The Palazzo have an amazing culture of quality. They promote from within in many cases - and the leadership is top notch.
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Productive fun work place
Dispatcher/Customer Service (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVJune 30, 2014
Pros: hotels discounts
Cons: very busy place
Clock in, log in to my phone, answering all incoming calls from customers, vendors, guest, front desk, VIP.
Run daily reports of lost and founds.o
Translate from guest from Spanish to English form house keepers, maintenance workers as well as guest.
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5 Diamond Resort
Kitchen Engineer (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVMay 20, 2014
Pros: free food all hours of the day
Cons: 8200 team members a major corporation
Top pay
Excellent Benefits
Las Vegas Strip Leader
1st Green property and Highest achieved Green certified
7000 suite rooms
2 Hotels
Best of the Best
Part of Sands Corporation
Community oriented
Team member oriented
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A great place to have the opportunity to grow with!
Equipment Coordinator/Telecommunications Operator (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVMay 18, 2014
Spending over 10 years with this company provided the unique experience of helping a company grow from unprecedented to international with a family of team members beside me. I was afforded the opportunity to learn so many new things during my time there, and was able to spend time with everyone from Executive staff to contracted on-site staff. There – more... are difficulties associated with every pioneer trek, simply because no one has ever done it before! I believe each one was handled with a combination of teamwork, communication and positive reinforcement. I loved being able to branch out and learn, and felt very blessed to be used in a variety of roles to benefit both myself and the company. – less
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Very kind to their employees.
GRA (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVMay 13, 2014
They are completely kind and understanding of the needs of the employee.
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Good place to work
Security Officer (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVApril 28, 2014
Pros: over time and benifits
Cons: the place is huge. be prepaired to walk
Always something new. Great benifits. Co-workers and management were good together
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Great Company to work for
Security Officer (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVMarch 20, 2014
Pros: free lunch, free helathcare good hourly pay
A typical work day as a Security Officer at the Venetian is an 8 hour shift filled with all kinds of events that you could not make up. I learned a lot about how to Treat Guests and make their experience as memorable as possible. My Co-workers are awesome couldn't ask for a better crew. The hardest part of my job is working the overnight schedule. I – more... enjoy the interaction with guests and people from all over the world everyday. – less
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Architectural Design Intern (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NevadaMarch 19, 2014
It is a great environment, but the workload and management style can be a bit of an issue.
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The company itself was spectacular!
Floor Shift Supervisor (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: "politics"
This is a corporate company: multiple businesses in multiple countries. In some regards, it operates like a business, as in you are given a number that is required everywhere you go. But at the same time, The Venetian is very much a family business. You become very attached to the people you work with and relationships come easy. This makes it a very – more... enjoyable place to work.
Workers are compensated very well financially and with benefits. This is a positive, however it is also a springboard for very "political" practices by those in upper management. Your advancement (and even your current position) is directly related to your relationship with your department head. – less
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work with a good enviroment
housekeeping floor manager (Former Employee), las vegasDecember 26, 2013
star working on time, give each employee the assignment list for the day. Be specific if there something special to take care.
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Learning to be the Best
Guest Services Front Drive Manager (Current Employee), Las Vegas NevadaOctober 23, 2013
Pros: two meals were included everyday and great benefits
Cons: equal partnership insurance
A typical work day is making sure not only the guest but also my team was happy. I have learned what it has mean to be the best but providing the best services. Many of the managers that you will work with has been there since day one so they have seen the company grow and seen alot of things that will help you move forward with your career there.

The – more... hardest part of the job is that you cannot make everyone happy no matter how much you try. Sometimes the guest will not understand no matter how hard you try.

I enjoy making smiles on my teams faces and guest. Always seeing people saying this is my second home is very rewarding. – less
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A very enjoyable place to work!
Luxury Services Sales Coordinator (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NevadaOctober 11, 2013
Pros: free lunches, paid 1 hour breaks and free insurance.
Cons: the hotel is gigantic!
I have been at the Venetian Since 2007 and ever since that day when I started, the workplace and the employees have been exceptional!
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Well structured and rewarding work
Pool Cocktail Server (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVOctober 10, 2013
Pros: cafeteria for free lunch
At times it was a little hard to do work when management was hard to find. It was difficult, but very fun to work at the pool. Some of the co-workers were fun and really hardworking. Because of some of the work relationships that I developed, I stayed with the company for several years. There were, however, several girls who did not work hard and did – more... what they wanted. Management seemed to have a hard time with any punishment. The hardest part of the job was when the pool deck was very busy and it was hard to take orders from all the guest. I felt that this made if very difficult for me to do my job and represent the Venetian well. – less
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5 Star 5 Diamond Property that Provides unmatched guest service and is a global corp.
Lead Guest Service Agent Supervisor Manager (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NVJune 7, 2013
Pros: paid lunch full benifits great employees. amazing environment.
5 star 5 diamond global company with over 7,326 Suites says it all!!!
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Independent Job - productive
Accounting Clerk (Contract) (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVMarch 9, 2013
Performed Non-Gaming Revenue Audits (audited Revenue turned in against register reports to define variances and code daily revenue).
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fun work place
Lifeguard position, 5 diamond guest service (Former Employee), Las Vegas stripDecember 22, 2012
Pros: 2 meal swipes daily, health care, 1 hour paid lunch
Cons: seasonal, management for pool wasnt all that great
Had a great time working here, the benefits were nice also!
My co workers were like family
Management had its ups and downs
Hardest part of the job was getting paid
most enjoyable part was getting a tan
learned that guest service goes a long ways
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DAILY WORK SCHUDULE
Waiter/Server (Former Employee), Garfield, NJNovember 25, 2012
Pros: the hours
WHEN WE ARRIVED WE HAD TO CHECK OUR TABLES. WE THEN HAD TO GREET OUR CUSTOMERS AND SEE WHAT THEY WANTED AT THAT TIME. tHEN WE SERVED DIINER AND THEN DESSERTS. WE HAD TO STRIP THE TABLES AND RESET WHEN THE PARTY WAS OVER.MY COWORKER WERE GREAT TO WORK WITH,ALWAYS TRYING TO HELP EACH OTHER.THE HARDEST PART OF THE JOB WAS SETTING BACK-UP THE ROOMS.WORKING – more... WITH MY COWORKER WERE THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF THE JOB. – less

About Venetian

Las Vegas Sands brings a touch of Venice to the US and China. Replete with gondoliers and a replica of the Rialto Bridge, the – Read more