Manager (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – February 8, 2019
Management is run poorly and staff are treated unfairly. Professional are treated unfairly with no respect. Highly stressful job and required to work well over 40 hours per week to complete all tasks assigned.
Busy environment as any corporate office and great pay but no job security. I worked several years here and enjoyed my time while employed and wore many different hats which led to much experience gained.
Great place to gain experience
Not a great place to work if you have experience unless its executive
Director of Marketing (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – August 22, 2018
over 30 years in the industry, I am not afraid of working hard or giving it my all 24/7. Under my time there, I moved the Titanic from 1 quarter behind budget to a full stretch -no comp or consideration. Not a company for me.
Operator (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – July 7, 2018
Over see the operations of the Water and Wastewater plant. Daily sample analysis, plant readings, and process adjustment as necessary. The job wasn't hard as long as you stay up to date on the process needs and laws that regulate the product. The Seminole Indians have a strong, proud culture, they embrace many of their ancestors past beliefs. I enjoyed being in the industry and being part of a operation that was proud to lead the way. The hardest part of the job wasn't the job itself, it was the hour and a half commute, one way.
anonymous (Current Employee) – Hollywood, FL – May 10, 2018
The Tribe has the resources ($$$) to attract the best talent available, however with their antiquated methods of managing their work force, people will not want to stay after realizing that they're being treated like high school students. There are a lot of employees in high level positions that have no qualifications to do those jobs, therefore things are rarely done correctly. It's the right place for some people, but if you want to be part of an organization where things are done efficiently, where everyone moves towards the same goal, where there are no political games hindering the success of projects, or where employees are trusted with their time, the Tribe is not for you.
The culture creates some hostility. At times, there was an ominous feeling in certain departments. They pay well, though employee stress levels may increase. Some positions don't include any form of training.
Serene environment that felt like a vacation. Challenging on many occasions
TOUR GUIDE (Former Employee) – Clewiston, FL – March 22, 2018
At the museum it was an educational experience. Outside of the museum was a beautiful boardwalk that transported you from work to a place seemingly untouched by modernization. This was the place to escape and be lost in thought. At the museum, work was challenging especially with all the visitor contact but each contact provided a chance to engage and learn from each other. Notions and engraved beliefs were challenged and transformed. Management was tricky and the political climate at times uncomfortable. The commute to work was difficult being 70 miles 1 way. You are working on a reservation surrounded by the everglades and the nearest town to the reservation where you could live is about 40 minutes drive.
I worked as a camp counselor during the summer in between graduating high school and beginning college in the fall. I worked for a few months, while hanging out with the kids who attended it and got paid to do so.
during the summer, perks like going on the field trips