Table Games Dealer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 21, 2018
I work for sands corporation for over ten years, they have great health benefit and decent meal program for the employee, however management is another story. Most managers I work with are uneducated, over paid, arrogant, pretentious, sanctimonious and very corrupt. Favoritism is rampant, advancement is nil unless you are brown noser in management circle. Remember this is the company where low level hourly service employee shot two executive managers and kill one. Many employees are marginalized unless you are managers.
A great company to work for....sad that I had to leave. Darn heat
Sweeper Driver (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – May 13, 2018
A great company to work for....sad that I had to leave. Darn heat. Otherwise I would have gladly stayed on for as long as needed or a dozen or more years at least. Loved Vegas, loved the job, and even loved the "night shift".
Cyber Security Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 1, 2018
Great place to intern. Pay is really good for all positions including entry level. Benefits are free meaning the company covers the premium costs. Las Vegas traffic can be a hassle getting to work everyday.
Beverage Director (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 22, 2018
While sometimes stressful, definitely a great place to work. Great sense of family and community. The benefits are outstanding. Career advancement is there for the taking so long as you put in the work.
Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 12, 2017
Mostly good things to say. Can only speak for my position, but advancement opportunities are limited. Like most other places, co-workers and management are a mixed bag. Seems like the company overall looks out for the hourly workers more than they do middle management. My experience in my department is good, in my opinion very talented co-workers, both line and management. Very high expectations, but still hard to get rid of entrenched employees with sub-par ability/work ethic/attitude.
Pay, benefits, experience, talent, fast paced, rewarding
Executive (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 9, 2017
I am speaking from my personal experience and others who worked in my role. I was fired without a stated reason. I received no feedback prior to losing my job. My five year pin was practically tossed to me. No loyalty to their employees. No respect for those who are looking out for the company. Most of the bad actors are gone. Maybe things are different now, but I doubt it.
No place to build a career. Could be fired and you won't even know why.
Player Development/Tournament Supervisor (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 20, 2017
My typical day at work involves managing tournaments ranging from 40 to 4,000 entries and a staff of as many as 6 Tournament Coordinators and 100 dealers. I'm also required to help develop new tournament ideas as well as control labor costs. I am involved in targeting higher revenue generating events and tracking our guests play in cash games before and after tournaments. I am also involved in the discipline process as well as training and hiring of new employees. My typical day also includes constant review and creation of upcoming Deepsatck Extravaganza schedule of events and structure sheets.
Free Health Insurance, Paid Vacation Time, 401K Match
Non Traditional Work Schedule, Days Off, and Holidays
Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 31, 2017
Typical day at work usually starts with any issues regarding checkpoint firewalls or any switch related issues mostly.Work environment is usually corporate style focusing on the issues with utmost care to ensure that the company management rules are met and satisfied by making sure the clients are given high priority regarding any issue related to their networking outrages.
Prefer not to say (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 11, 2017
The management staff does not build their employees up for success and instead enables an unprofessional working environment in which staff and managers continuously talks negatively about each other. Feedback from long term employees who are negative and stuck in their ways is what is valued most because "they can't change how they act". Many of the managers are immature and would not be managers in otner companys. Las Vegas Sands prides itself in claiming to be the best resort to work at but it is far from that. Extrememly unprofessional working environment.
Free cafeteria food for employees, beautiful resort, some good employees
Unprofessional management, lack of structure, negative culture
Management and HR are horrible at their jobs, unprofessional staff
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – April 18, 2017
Terrible company to work for that does not value their employees. Incompetent managers that treat most staff horribly. Some of the security staff (who think they're police officers) are unprofessional and rude, and managers/ supervisors do nothing about it. There is plenty of favoritism within the department. Seemed to be no room for advancement.
I completely understand why there is such a high turnover rate for this department. Human Resources that I've dealt with are absolutely incompetent as well. Hopefully MGM straightens these problems out.
free subpar lunch
incompetent managers and HR, horrible workplace culture, standing in one spot for hours