Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 15, 2018
Customers love the resorts and the services and amenities provided there. Great place for meetings and conventions and locals love and support it. More people need to come visit the properties to appreciate their beauty
Kitchen Worker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 18, 2018
A typical day a work would be different as sanitation worker each day you would get a different job sometime you would wash dishes and the next day you would clean side area each day you would get something diffrent
Great call center if everyone was on the same page
Reservationist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 14, 2018
Answering calls making reservation, cancelling reservations. the hardest part of the job was being told different things by each manager. The most enjoyable part of the job is the other employees i work with.
Database Analyst (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 9, 2018
I had experience working as a Database Analyst before but never was I granted the title. This was my first job where my entire work responsibility was to analyse databases. It was a corporate environment, paid well, had free lunch, nice people, and overall a dream job.
Assistant Room Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 18, 2018
If you're aggressive in your career, care about your performance as a manager and your team members respect you- beware! You will be sabotaged and fired for some made up reason. There is no job security for managers-executives and their assistants have too much power over ones career. Food and Beverage lacks in leadership unless you sleep around not if you actually work hard. Here's my advice: Work for a year then transfer. Don't make friends at work and never get comfortable. Vultures. *** not all Station properties are the same.
They do offer classes however they are not conducive to your schedule.
Poor leadership, cliques, no team work or harmony within the culture. Hostile work environment
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – February 7, 2018
Being paid minimum wage to close a bowling center that was 72 Lanes wide. It seemed a bit underwhelming since there was a lot to do and very little time to do it and you were usually by yourself. So I never really took enjoyment into the job also having to print out reports and do other managerial job duties it seemed asinine.
VIP Guest Services/Central Reservations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 3, 2018
Extremely competitive job market, area of growth opportunity, company promotes within first, but job/work and life balance in the careers I held has room for improvement. Decline further review summary
Upper level casino Management and Corporate didn't listen to the hourly and lower level management team members.
Sous Chef (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 24, 2018
I have worked for Station casinos on two different occasions. Both started off fun with good culture and loyal team members. Due to being a fairly large corporation, there were a lot of shake ups in management that made things for team members unstable. That was the hardest part of the job.
Enjoyable-At both locations I was free as a Chef to run specials and have some creativity. Almost all of the employees responded well to me.
I have learned that maybe the hotel/casino/sports arena culture is not really for me. I cut my teeth in Bistro's and smaller fine dining restaurants. I want that back!
Manager (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 22, 2018
The position comes with long hours but I was killing myself with 50+ hour work weeks. Management is a revolving door as the pay is low for assistant managers. Good managers come to learn then move on for more pay, at no fault of their own. Everyone needs to make a living. Work life balance is hard for the managers they have since they are always short.
PBX Operator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 31, 2017
PBX MANAGEMENT team is not a Fair department. PBX Operators takes call for 20 properties of Station Casinos and gets the lowest pay. Station Casinos are compatible to the pay of the employees on Fremont Street in Las Vegas, NV.