IT (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – May 14, 2018
Overall good place to work. Native Culture is prominent. Good Benefits. As this is a 24 hour ,7 day a week, 365 days a year operation, it is necessary to be on time. Do your job and there are plenty of opportunities for growth.
Culinary Sous Chef (Current Employee) – Salamanca ny – April 27, 2018
It's great but has it's downfalls. Hard to advance as well as it tends to get very stressful at times. I did manage to advance twice in 8 years, although I was passed over more than once with the hiring of less qualified personnel.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – March 14, 2018
Great place to work. Because of the nature of the business they don't tolerate slackers, druggies and dishonest people. If you're a person who likes to gossip and go out of your way to cause trouble you won't last.
free meals during your shift, uniforms, healthcare available, ample break times.
advantage lounge manager (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – March 6, 2018
If you want an overbearing micromanaging direct report then this is the job for you, but beware there's a lot of backstabbing. Also if they see you as a threat to their position, they will force you out.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Salamanca, NY – February 6, 2018
Talk about corrupt management. Management was very childish. They had favorites and overall didn't care about officers. They would sit down in the office and watch Netflix or play on their phones. Working at this place as security was a joke. We got paid less than minimum wage for a few weeks then finally got bumped up to the minimum wage. (10.40)
2 step corrective action process and termed without cause under false statements given. New Vice president of Human Resources had a personal vendetta against all Senecas working in her department of 3 working for her all 3 were wrongfully terminated. CEO and board stood behind her decisions until the 3 rd one was termed then she was terminated.
Snack Bar Attendant (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 22, 2018
I have spent several hours working alone in my station which has taught me self reliance because I spend more time on my own. We do takeout, and also serve coffee. Our station also has doughnuts, pizza, quesadillas and red bull. In addition to selling my responsibilities also include changing garbage, mopping, refilling milk and creamer, wiping down tables, and bagging items.
Free food, paid breaks, provided benefits.
Minimum wage, short staffed commonly, hard to meet deadlines.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Salamanca, NY – December 7, 2017
Working there was great until there was bullying in the workplace from another employee who happened to be a Native. Management handled it gracefully but by that time the working environment had been compromised.
IT Support Technician (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – October 23, 2017
They openly descriminate its in their policy. Been working here a year with no advancement yet I know all hat is required+ for my position. Will hire from outside/native over moving up from within. Recommend unless you don't mind staying in a position for years before moving up, else look at another business.
Marketing Services Representative (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, NY – September 30, 2017
Employees aren’t treated good I work at Niagara and everyone is so miserable because we’re all overworked and underpaid. The guest like our other properties because they treat their employees good. There are great benefits you can transfer long as you’re in good standing . With that being said this is a native company so they do have preference over non natives.