Main Banker (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – August 6, 2018
It's crowded dirty but your working money with 15 cameras on you people you with are generally nice. We work in real time so what ever machines that need money now or later we refill them. Hardest part of the job is always weekends and holidays.
Table Games Dealer (Current Employee) – Hanover, MD – August 5, 2018
My transition to the Gaming industry may have been easier than others coming from a Hospitality background. A typical day at the casino would consist of a lot of smiling and laughter and a whole lot of cheering for our players to do well. The hardest part about this job learning the actual games themselves if you aren't accustomed to being in that type of setting. I've learned a great deal since becoming a Table Games Dealer. One of the things I learned is Black Jack is a "Team Sport". I learned that although there are some days that are a little tougher than others, customers just want someone to vent to and not to take their frustrations personally. The Gaming industry is a very fast-paced environment so be prepared for a change in the game plan at a moment's notice. I will say that our Management Team is there for our associates if there are problems that arise and are very hands-on in the everyday operations of the casino. Overall, Maryland Live! Casino is a very nice place to work if you want to explore a new adventure!
Patrolled the premises and reported any suspicious activity to my supervisor. Also, assisted in vehicle collisions, vehicle breakdowns, vehicle booting, patron intoxication, escorting patrons to their vehicles, and ensuring the safety of all patrons attending the casino, including the casino employees. Patrolling premises developed my relationship and ability to influence and collaborate with others outside our reporting authority to achieve shared goals, which would provide the safety and integrity of the casino. Provide personal customer service to multiple demographics to convey interest in building relationships. learned from managers that you must always stay vigilant while ensuring patrons safety.
Lead Cashier/Prep (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – June 3, 2018
Maryland Live Casino would be one of the best jobs I've had since I've graduated high school. It was a lot of hard work and effort to deal with while being there but for the most part it was fun and if I had a chance to work there again I would.
My 1st time stripping & waxing was so much fun because I'm only 5'1 and weight about 110 lbs. At first the side by side was throwing me around until I realize I had to be in-control and ever since 2012 I'm a pro.
Lead Cashier/main Banker (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD 21076 – May 23, 2018
Maryland live is a new casino to the area, privately owned so lots to learn.. myself being from Nevada and working at a casino before I found how much training my management and co workers actually needed being new to the business..
casinos are new to that area so they are learning!
Unknown (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – May 21, 2018
The culture created by management lets the guests dictate everything from game pace to hand decisions. It was extremely out of control. I would recomend this place to somebody only if you are from that area and are a custom to the "entitelment" attitude that is catered to by management.
Poker Dealer (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – May 10, 2018
It was an okay experience there. The company offered good benefits and 401k. The real cons is working hours are tough in the casino business. It’s not gurantted that you will get day shifts and most likely no weekends off or holidays.
Internship through Howard County School Systems (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – May 9, 2018
I did work at Maryland Live Casino& Hotel from December 2017 to May 2018. I worked as an intern. I worked up in Main Cage. The pay was decent. I was paid $12.50 per hour. I worked there as a student full time. I liked most of the managers there. However, there were a couple of managers I didn't particularly care for. Now, a typical work day at Maryland Live Casino was fast paced and productive. I enjoyed the pay and experience. The hardest part of the job was the issuing of a marker. There were a lot of steps involved.
Maryland Live is a vibrant entertainment scene. I've learned that business never stops. From sun up to sun down its a battle between wins and losses. The hardest part of my job at Live! was escorting a customer from the casino after too many alcoholic beverages. On average a day at Maryland is filled with earnings from tips to valuable customer relationships.
This is a fun place to work. I love how the casino do fun things to keep their employees happy and excited to work there. Certain departments don't match the pay rate. Also sometimes you ring issues and problems to management they listen when they want to.
Security Ambassador (Current Employee) – Maryland – April 30, 2018
We offer a valuable work experience with growth potential, generous benefits, good money and a fun environment. Fast track your career with us!Hey, we’re in the business of entertainment, right? We’ll make sure we all work together to get the job done, and have a good time doing it!
Cashier (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – April 17, 2018
Don't work here if you don't have tough skin HORRIBLE management and employees work here for other 3 years and dealt with smart mouth management and employees keep your points down because they can fire you for anything. don't work in food and beverage also dealers have the worst attitudes because they get short breaks so watch out for them. your probably better off working in tables all of the other positions throw it in the trash can!