PBX Switchboard Operator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 4, 2017
Co workers were amazing team but micro managing and threats that someone else was always waiting for your position was pretty intimidating to work under . Felt like a number not an employee who had been working for 7 years and never been late or missed a day . I was an asset and they lost many good employees
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 21, 2017
Basic work duties each day, learned basic office skills, management is fair and very skilled in what they do, most enjoyable part of the job was working with the great staff and assisting the courteous residents of the building each day coming to work.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Garfield, NJ – October 8, 2017
The Venetian is a breath taking catering hall that goes above and beyond for every client on a personal level. The clients happiness is their #1 priority shown with the time they spend with each client to understand their wants, needs and desires. They pay exceptional attention to detail and all workers are extremely attentive.
Bartender (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 3, 2017
The Venetian is a place of elegance and beauty. We create an environment based on the culture of Italy. We have gondolas and singers for guests to enjoy. Our architecture takes our imagination into another world. We pride ourselves on the creative fantasy we offer to our guests with our top service.
Employee dining room discount hotel rooms
Health care is based on how many hours we work...sometimes no work
Banquet Server/Bartender (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 16, 2017
We would start with a pre shift meeting. Our mangers would delegate responsibilities for the function being held. Then we would break into teams to set up the event. Once the event starts we would cater go guests accordingly. When the event is over we break down the function.
Engagement & Communications Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 17, 2017
As in any workplace, as long as you get on board with genuine intentions to learn, add value, and share and accept information, there will always be a place for you at The Venetian. I had the fortunate experience to wrap up my Vegas sojourn with this company, and it was a truly unique and unforgettable experience. The team I as on was the HR Engagement Team. This team is made up of smart and witty people. They value knowledge sharing as much as they value the task at hand. It is imperative to provide support if you expect to ask for support as well. This is something that they do not force on you, but something that you will learn to be a success. It is always a two-way street in that you will receive feedback, and you will be asked for it to make sure they are doing everything they can to keep their Team Members happy and satisfied, as well as ensure that the policies and procedures in place are understandable by anybody in the property.
Two free meals during your shift, benefits, culture
Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 13, 2017
Venetian has the best benefits in Las Vegas. If you are leaving the company to work for competitors such as Wynn, MGM and Caesars, you are looking to lose 5K+ in benefits and potential medical costs due to bi-weekly insurance payments and worse coverage. You don't have to pay a dime for medical, dental and vision insurance and almost everything is covered with a small copay. Great employee dining room. Great co-workers. Only downside is that it's very hard to move up and when people leave their job, their positions don't get filled and you get more work without being compensated. Management doesn't care if you're unhappy about the situation as long as they can save money by having fewer and fewer staff. Job is pretty secured because firing is a multi-step process so it's hard to even get rid of the worst employee ever. I've seen people who haven't been working for years and they still have their jobs. Higher-up management is not approachable.
Great Benefits, free lunch buffet, fair starting salary, great same level co-workers, job security
Hard to move up, vacant positions don't get filled, resulting in more work for non-managerial employees, workplace injustice
Box Office Agent (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 28, 2017
A nice place to work. Management can be stressful but that happens when you work on the strip. It really depends on which department your are working in. If you have to deal with guests be very patient.
The work was honestly, the co workers were friendly and very helpful. The people in charged or management were also working on the ground floor with the rest of the employes. I'll say the hardest part about the job was carrying all the glass cups and plates back and forth without the thought of dropping it. the most enjoyable part about the job was looking at all the clients smile and having a good time.
Leisure Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 29, 2016
The company does a great job of giving benefits to the employees. However, management for the most part have toxic attitudes and mostly people aren't trying to improve their job life or others, they are simply surviving in hopes for another paycheck and another month of amazing health insurance. The walking dead.