Office cubicle environment where everyone is focused but willingly to help.
IT Intern (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 14, 2018
As an intern Boyd Gaming did it's best to prove to the interns that it is a good company to work for. And it definitely is! In the IT department, things were hectic but everyone was friendly enough to help get things settled. There were hidden conflicts between some people because a lack of communication, but things get settled eventually.
Valet Attendant (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – May 7, 2018
Management cares nothing about you. They let the high rollers treat us like dirt. Low pay, tip share, and the majority of the guests don't tip. They took out our cooked food that was delicious in the EDR and replaced it with expensive snack food.
Strategic Sourcing Category Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 23, 2018
Over the last few years Boyd style is gone. The company does not have a defined mentorship program and most Directors and VP's are concerned more about keeping their employment than nurturing team-members to advance in their career.
Team Member Services Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 20, 2018
Company boasts about "Boyd Style" but does not uphold that philosophy. According to Boyd style, I was encouraged to address any concerns, and when I did address a few observations/concerns in my training period they decided to term me 17 days into my employment having had positive reviews from coworker Trainer and Management. Was never told by management I wasn't performing well, on the contrary I received positive comments. Colleagues were not welcoming. Management plays favorites. Was forced to work in an 80 degree office. Training/Trainer was bad - either his way or no way at all. Be very wary about accepting a position within Human Resources.
the most expensive healthcare plan in the city, unwelcoming coworkers, management does not uphold the Boyd Style way, management plays favorites with their team memebers
Great work experience and challenging work provided.
DIRECTOR OF SLOT OPERATIONS (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 2, 2018
I would recommend Boyd Gaming willing to work in the Gaming sector. It is a smoke filled environment and requires customer service skills. There is ample room for advancement if you have a great work record and service skills.
Line Cook (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA – February 27, 2018
I'm currently still here but that place has a ton of issues and is very unorganized. I wouldn't recommend anyone to apply in the kitchen there. Other than that work would be great. I would love is the boss sholled some care in the employee's but they don't.
Graphic Designer (Current Employee) – Dubuque, IA – February 17, 2018
Boyd runs its business by chronically understaffing and underpaying their employees. Plan on skipping lunch breaks and staying late in order to get your work done. Corporate is rude and has ignored our plea for help. Everyone is exhausted and looking for another job. If you want to work here plan on being treated like a pawn to Boyd corporate. They somehow have enough money to buy 5 new casinos but don’t have enough to give us a livable wage. Employees are frustrated and have been taking it out on each other. It’s painful to have to go into work everyday knowing you work for such an evil corporation.
Free pop. Co-workers are fantastic. Mangers are great! It’s such a great department to work in.
Count Team Member (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 6, 2018
Posts at elevators, cash and chip escorts, perimeter checks. Gun safety, proper gaming protocol, report writing. Great supervisors, somewhat fair. For the most part all team members are easy to get along with. Standing and walking for long periods of time. I am from Hawaii, so I like that I get to see people where I am from. also I get to meet new and interesting people.
Samstown Hotel and Gambling Hall (Former Employee) – Robinsonville, MS – January 25, 2018
Loved it!!!! Great environment, lots of advcement, great benefits, wonderful bosses, great employees. Great training and support. Nice guests, coworkers were polite. Great personal and professional incentives.
Support Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 6, 2018
I had to quit this job because the management refused to hire enough employees to adequately handle the work load. We would have a backlog of calls 15 deep for the entire day, with dozens of callers quitting every half hour. These conditions would last from when the day shift started to shortly after it ended. This amount of work was left to a team of about 4 people, even though we had room in the office for 12.
Buffet Server (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 3, 2018
Very professional place from both team members and management. Good incentives. Great atmosphere to work. Attracted great clientele. Very liberal on meal policies. Management very accessible to employee needs. Excellent training program