Your typical day will change with the needs of what fire to put out in which department. Your co-workers will ever be changing since the turn over rate is higher than McDonalds. Just wish some one was in charge of anything, Its crazy with all the micromanaging and know one can make a decision. SMH.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – May 13, 2014
Typical day was busy always doing something. What I learned how to disassemble and reassemble parts to slot machines, learned how to gut a slot machine and clean it and how to put it back. Management was awesome I loved my bosses and supervisor and they liked me. Co-workers were awesome I liked all of them worked well as a team to meet our numbers needed reached. The hardest part was getting all the machines broke down cleaned, and pushed out to be put back together. And if had to be there at 5am kinda hard get up at 3;30am. Most enjoyable part was the free lunches, the lockers we had, the fun but always work we had.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Ruckersville, VA – May 9, 2012
Overall OK company. Somewhat political. Good benefits. Lack of technologies and excitement for engineers. Been very stable for last 6 years. Mediocre management. Actively downsizing in the midst of agile transition which is not accepted by many senior developers.
management very mediocre, inattentive to engineers
Field Service Technician II (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 13, 2014
Typical day would be servicing slot machines. Non typical day moving games running Cat6 to new locations waiting on the casinos. working 10 to 16 hour days. You caould always count on team members for help. and there was never dull moment.