Food Server (Former Employee) – Mayetta, KS – September 29, 2017
Great guests in a friendly manner. Up-sale food. Provide excellent customer service. Ring food in in timely manner. Bring food out in a timely manner. Get check cashed out in a timely manner. Fast paced during summer and slow during the winter. Great coworkers!
I loved my job great benefits,great working environment.I worked the graveyard shift,so I'd rarely cleaned rooms,unless there were early outs and they really needed the room,other then that,i would deliver newspapers to all the rooms,answer calls from the front desk,pertaining to the guest,take amenities,like towels,soda etc to the room that's asking for it.more room attendant than housekeeping.
Busser (Former Employee) – Mayetta, KS – May 3, 2017
Work environment was busy but the staff always kept it professional and fun! The most enjoyable part of my job was probably when the buffet would close. The way we all cleaned and moped everything was peaceful.
A great placed to be, a different culture being a Tribal Casino, different policies and state laws. I was also responsible for the ball room which would be for weddings, meetings boat shows etc. All of the set up and preparation including meals, decorations etc. Was a great and rewarding experience.
very enjoyable and interesting job. Good supervisors check equipment and do daily assignments. Training on the varies casino games. Co-workers will to help if you had questions. Hardest part was following radio traffic. Most enjoyable was the investigation and determining if any improper activity occurred
working at a casino is rough hours and days you are worked if you have a family or any other responsibilities. when starting here you will most likely work swing or grave and will always work weekends and major holidays such as Christmas, new years, etc..
Banquet Server (Former Employee) – Mayetta, KS 66509 – March 2, 2016
A typical day was preping for upcoming events and dinnners for big partys. I enjoyed the atmosphere the people whom I worked for also the customers talking with them. The hardest part of the day was the end of the day but lots of team work made it possible to get the job done.
No answer (Former Employee) – Mayetta, KS – January 12, 2016
So the company from what I saw is only looking for people to snitch to management. And the lazy people who don't wanna work. If I would have been able to transfer Dept like I put in from the beginning I would have loved it better. Drive is l9ng pay isn't worth it.
While working as an Casino Marketing Administrator I would start the day by making phone calls to guest to promote upcoming promotions and events. Then i would open up the Premiere Lounge. I would provide Guest Service to top tiered guest, such as fixing any problems they had, Taking complaints, Contacting Casino Host for them. I would do this all the while assisting the Casino Host. by making reservation, by making comps for the host, or whatever else the would need. Occasionally I would provide assistance our Players Club and Hotel Front Desk and i would also assist at events as well as promotions. Slot tournaments, Concerts, Golf tournaments.
Great employees, just don't plan on having any holidays
Busser- Three Fires Steakhouse (Current Employee) – Mayetta, Ks – August 17, 2015
The day would start in the steakhouse by going to "buzz" or whats going on that day in the casino, we would open the doors to anyone who came in, even the couples who decide to show up a few minutes before closing, but that's just business I learned things from cleaning the floors, to garnishing food Management was good, sometimes a little overstaffed, but that just made the night easier Hardest part of the job would be definitely restocking during business hours, just you cant maintain tables and restock at the same time, time management skills are needed Most enjoyable part would be the employees, they are just some people that you can talk too and easy to get along witj
Beverage Server (Former Employee) – Mayetta, KS – June 23, 2013
On a regular work day I would serve drinks to any guests that were on the casino floor. I learned not to rush to fast and also how to count money back. The management was great. Everybody I worked with was really nice, I enjoyed it a lot. The hardest part of the job was probably having to know all of the alcohol that they served. The most enjoyable part was getting to interact with so many people in one night.