Pool Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 5, 2018
This company was the worst I have ever worked for. Very poor management. Extremely unorganized and corrupt. Upper management will do anything they have to to get what they need done without any consideration for their employees. Nobody takes responsibility for their actions leaving others to get blamed.
The buildings are in poor repair, upper management does not care about the well being of their employees, pay is low, upper management is incompetent and takes people from roles unrelated to what they are being promoted to. The upper management allows for dangerous situations and will even place employees in dangerous situations. Do not work here!
poor communication between managers and employees, inconsistent management practices
Concessions Manager (Former Employee) – Council Bluffs, IA – November 26, 2018
The General Manager is very involved in all areas of the operations of the arena. To be fair , I have to mention that this is the first time Caesars Entertainment took on management of a Convention Center. So I am sure there are a lot of adaptions to be made to the practices of running a casino that don't fit in the operations of a City owned convention center. I was retained in the take over from Aramark , one of the few that stayed on, because of my knowledge of the Concession operations. In fact I actually was the only employee with the knowledge of all equipment functions and uses, from grills, ovens, coolers, freezers, beer taps, cash registers and signage ie: menu boards . I trained all food and beverage managers and supervisors how to program, use, and maintain all equipment.
Hotel Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 22, 2018
Caesars is structured and they invest in training, management is committed specially to employee satisfactions, benefits are great and tones of events. Best part of job is the people, toughest part is the union
The last restaurant and bar that I managed was Cabo Wabo Cantina. So managing a restaurant and bar and coming up with retail idea's presented it's challenges. The establishment was open for about 20 hours a day and if someone called in due to budget problems and staffing issues you could be the one there for the duration. Though It was fun with the bands and this place could get rocking and we did quite successful with all the challenges upper management put on us with the expectations of our P&L'S and profitability. We built a great menu and came up with new and innovative concepts that stayed well after I left though all in all it foundered eventually due to constant overcharging of a tired product.
Fun place to work, Great people and rocking atmospher litterally.
People who don't deal with customers telling you how to. Constant medeling in operations.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 16, 2018
The management in housekeeping is the worst I've ever experienced in a work environment. The work is basically slave labor. They pay well but it's not worth it in my opinion. They could careless if you get a break, you just better get those 15 rooms done or you'll get written up and belittled. The management will make mistakes and when called out on it the b look and is on you. The rooms sometimes are so filthy, and it's impossible to do 15 rooms in 8 hours with multiple beds to make, trash everywhere and fully cleaning the bathrooms, windows, vents, light fixtures. Every piece of everything in the rooms basically in 15 to 20 mins per room. The make up rooms also have to be cleaned fully like the check out rooms. No one talked to me because I didn't speak Spanish, it was like being the new kid at school everyday. The company itself is okay I may have liked it better if I was doing something other than housekeeping. Or at a different hotel other than Caesars Palace. They also make you wait 6 months before you could switch jobs. I refuse to be miserable for 6 months for any type of money. The whole housekeeping department at Caesars entertainment needs to be reevaluated but especially Caesars palace.
Pay, free lunch when you actually had time to go eat, full benefits.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Robinsonville, MS – November 15, 2018
Horseshoe was a good place to work, the staff was friendly and willing to help the new people learn as much as possible. As apart of security we was the front of the house always having that positive upbeat attitude
Dealer/Guest Service Member (Former Employee) – Tunica, MS – November 15, 2018
The Casino life was fast and productive. Being a host you meet many people from all different lifestyles. You are able to entertain and enjoy being in the company of all types of people. The experience is unforgettable.