Cage Cashier/Credit (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 20, 2018
They need more people to cover all the areas that need covering. You have 1 person working 2 and sometimes 3 areas to get the job done. If you make a mistake it's ure mistake and possibly reprimanded when you should not have been given the overload without help from the beginning.
Great benefits, room for advancements
Accommodate the raises that fits the work you put out.
Gaming Host (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – June 16, 2018
I preface this by saying that I personally can't enjoy the table game culture as I did when I first started dealing. But if you need a place to break into dealing; I'm sure this is a great place for that. The only problem is that of other casinos I worked at. Third shift, difficult regulars, and yahoos who forget how to act in public because they think it's Vegas( just off the top of my head ). There were a handful of skilled dealers and supervisors there to learn from, as well as sloppy ones, but I would say the ratio leans more to the former.
Cook (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 15, 2018
Set schedules, PTO, union support, and plenty of opportunity. Harrah's is a great casino for an entry level position. Room for advancement in most departments and friendly staff. Very high passed and stressful at times.
Lots of giveaways to free shows, and guaranteed lunch breaks.
Valet Cashier (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 6, 2018
Harrahs is a fun atmosphere, you get to interact with different people from across the world .Often celebrities come and enjoy themselves.Theres the masquerade club inside that draws a crown often and it's interesting to see different cultures come together and have fun.
the management sucked, coworkers and managers were unprofessional and rude constantly, The supervisors wouldn't follow proper protocol for sanitation and biohazards. Made employees that weren't their favorite feel inferior
Casino Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 2, 2018
I prefer not to review a company I currently work for. there are many pros and cons as with any company and any position. if hospitality, service, and entertainment is what you want to do this company may be good for you.
Sous Chef (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – June 1, 2018
Harrah's Casino is a fun and vibrant place to work. You get to meet new people from all walks of life. They train there employees, pay is good, benefits are good and the opportunity to advance within the company is good
Harrah's is all about employee's which then in return employee's work hard fro the company
HUMAN RESOURCE COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – North Kansas City, Mo – May 22, 2018
I looked forward to going to work everyday, I learned a lot from working closely with several wonderful people. Management worked hard and was not only there for the guest but the employee's as well. The culture is fun and out going. There was nothing hard about the job. I enjoyed all the different thing I got to learn and experiences.
Free Lunch 5 days a week, activities and gift all the time
A great place to work as long as you have fun doing what you do
Housekeeping, GRA (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 11, 2018
I would recommend anyone to work there it's a great place to work. As long as you can get along with others and follow directions you have no problem being a great employee all you have to do is follow directions and do your job. The supervisors are very helpful and being in the union is a great opportunity for growth
Customer Service Supervisor, Staff Trainer (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 7, 2018
A typical day was varied and as I received three promotions it was always changing. Management support was exceptional. Workplace culture was comfortable and I got to know a wide variety of people. The hardest part of the job was dealing with unhappy guests which is part of the culture of casinos. The most enjoyable was the great music and environment.
Flexible hours and ever changing responsibilities.
Surveillance Agent/Surveillance Supervisor (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 6, 2018
During my time at Harrah's Casino, I started as a surveillance agent and within a few months, was promoted to shift supervisor, Technology was incredible and assisted all of the department daily. I worked the night shift from 6pm until 6 am but rarely left at the end of the shift due to having to pass on pertinent information to the oncoming shift
pay, time off
the hours were rough, a lot of different personalities that clashed daily