Bartender (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – February 27, 2019
there are people there who are set in their hours and bids rarely ever come up and when they do it's rare that being new you'll get close. also they will stick you at this stupid slushie stand like it's 7/11. management has no idea what it's doing most of the time and is more concerned with their power than doing their job. other employees are great tho, it can be really fun if you're placed at a good bar but good luck.
Cons: - Low Compensation. Valets receive low wages and are expected to survive on tips which are entirely arbitrary - No Job Advancement. As a valet, there is no vertical mobility in the company. Once a valet, most likely always a valet. Shift managers in the transportation department are considered the "promotion" but that is the glass ceiling and even they do not receive good compensation - Poor Management. The department has a serious issue with management, as many managerial mistakes are made on a daily basis which, if rectified, would allow for more fluid entrance processes for patrons
Overall, the company is acceptable to work for but nothing to write home about unless you are in the administrative side of the business.
Free Lunches, Flexible Hours
Low Compensation, No Job Advancement, Poor Management
EVS Attendant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 21, 2019
I worked in the EVS department,the company does not see EVS as anything but they do everything as needed all the calls they must attend to but they will not recognize EVS they bust their butts and they refuse to pay what they r worth ,it’s a shame EVS was turned down for a 2$ more raise because they said EVS don’t bring anything to the table...well if they didn’t keep the casino clean ppl would walk though the door
I worked with good genuine ppl
If ur not Seneca u don’t have a voice or u don’t move up in the company
Cashier (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – February 17, 2019
The department I work is very short staffed. The department managers are really condescending and show favoritism. If they don't like you, the hours you work will always be terrible. The employees that have been there from day one also treat people very bad.
Cage Cashier (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 16, 2019
I liked the setting & the view from the cage. However it can be boring when the days were slow. Didn't really like the hours or how strict it is but it was a good place to work. & Free buffet in the break room!
It was a great place to work just wasn’t getting treated fair by one of the managers
Casino Cashier (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – January 4, 2019
The casino is very fast paste . Some days faster then others . It’s fun and stressful at times but overall it’s not a bad place to work . It’s always a job where you run into the one manager that treats you like dirt and that’s what happened to me
Intern (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – December 26, 2018
Provides good opportunities for people in western new york looking for more than just a job. The company has a lot more to offer then people think. Lots of happy long-term employees. Free meal every day for every employee. Loved the management in my department!
Free Lunch, fun employee benefits and appreciation
Gaming Associate (Current Employee) – New York State – December 25, 2018
Management by humiliation and or intimidation. Will call out your errors, loudly, across floor of many co-workers and clients. Lack of consistent policies across management. Say its part-time, but expected to work up to 40 hours per week. Rudeness and in consideration of most managers. Dealing with degenerate customers that blow smoke in your face and call you names.
No lunch time, given 20 minute breaks to eat-10 minutes of which are used walking back to break area.
Information Assurance Risk and Compliance Analyst (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – November 18, 2018
A typical day includes mentoring a newer group of employees, which is such a wonderful thing for me. I've learned such incredible things about the Seneca Nation and the food, culture, clothing, traditions and generosity. Some of the managers are outstanding while others have been placed into positions and have no background in management thus micromanage causing frustration and associates to want to leave the department or Seneca Gaming all together.
There are a lot of unqualified people that are protected because of who they know and how long they have known them. Some people call it being in the pocket of so and so.
I don't have hard parts to my job, I love my job and people I work with, I dislike when individuals are treated preferentially because of who they know, hang out with or are friends with for xx of years.
Free parking, free lunches, discounted events, clothing and restaurants
Beverage Server (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 29, 2018
I've worked with this company for almost 13 years and I love what I do and the benefits are awesome. First year you receive two weeks paid vacation, and two personal days. Holiday bonus if the company has made its quota for the fiscal year.
Dual Rate Cage Shift Supervisor (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY 14204 – September 26, 2018
It is a fast paced work place that does offer the opportunity for employees to grow ( but only to a point). Scheduling is not flexible and since it is a 24/7 operation employees are expected to work holidays etc. If the company would offer more competitive wages to both new and existing employees they would likely see better retention.
ADVERTISING INTERN (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – September 17, 2018
The short time I was there, I really enjoyed it. There of course were some mundane office days, but the majority of the time there were tons of opportunities to experience all of the fun aspects of the industry.
Table Games Dealer (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – July 13, 2018
Poor management in EVERY department, its like being in high school honestly. Under paid and over worked is an understatement, if you're not in higher managements "good graces" you WILL NOT advance nor will you keep a job for long. Establishment needs work on the many power trips that go on in there...not worth the few extra bucks that we (table games dealers) make ourselves anyway.
Free food and soft drinks during shift
short breaks, very low incentive, absolutely no job security, high overturn