Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Alpine, CA – July 13, 2018
La empresa por sí sola es buena tiene buenas prestaciones pero pagan el mínimo y mi departamento tiene una mala administración y ha ido decayendo el ambiente de trabajo es pesado y tedioso pero no es por el trabajo si no por las personas que no tienen experiencia en su cargo
I was not happy working there.. I found the guests to be tacky and the experience working there was not what I had expected.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – June 11, 2018
I knew that the Casino was a smoking atmosphere when I applied there, but I thought that the guests would be of a better class then those that do go there. A typical day at work was mostly very dull. The store did not get many customers, and when it did, they looked and then left. I did try to tactfully get them to make purchases. I was happy at first, mostly because of the team members with whom I worked. There were days when I opened, which consisted of counting movie tickets, checking stock, making sure that everything was clean and ready for the customers. I did learn how to set up displays and how to maintain the stock room, and my inventory skills were brushed up. The majority of the people who work there are Mexican, or Asian, there are also White people.. The clientele are a mixture of Asians, Black, Mexicans, the more affluent Spanish, some white, some Indian, some from the Middle East. There are some very nice people that work there, but there are also some snooty people, people who are two faced. Arrogance is not a pleasant trait, especially on women. From my experience, the management there is pretty good. They are helpful, and follow through with their promises. The hardest part of the job for me, was the lack of business. I was able to find a few things to do, but how many times can you dust the displays, or rearrange the displays? Sometimes an eight hour day was just a drag. The most enjoyable part of the job when I started, was my team members, and some of the other team members in the casino that I met there, but half of the ones that I workedmore... with, left to go back to their old jobs, or moved out of San Diego all together. After that it wasn't fun for me anymore. I left the job to get the job at SeaWorld.less
The distant to the break room for ten minute breaks for me, the cigarette smoke, the two faced team members, and the Lead of the gift store who has been there for twelve years!
Associate (Bingo) (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – February 26, 2018
I enjoyed the Culture always upbeat and the customers were always so wonderful to work for. I took on this position as a challenge as I had never been involved in this industry. I advanced to many positions of the Bingo games. I worked as a Floor Clerk and then advanced to the caller. This is a serious industry for the customers that play everyday and so rewarding for me to see when they win. The hardest was to be in a smoking environment.
Floor Attendant (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – October 30, 2017
Working there was a little unorganized they were never truly sure on where they would need you so, you were always on the go, which in a way helped more with my flexability and ability to adjust to new settings. There was a lot of great management but some in particular who needed to work on how they approached people.
Casino Service Rep. Lead (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – October 9, 2017
They go through employees at an alarming rate. It doesn't matter how hard you work, if a manager decides they don't like you for any reason, you're gone. There is zero loyalty. They can always hire more people, so they really don't care. If you can stomach the amount of brown-nosing and back-stabbing, then good luck. Great company if you are cutthroat as well.
No loyalty, no set schedules, managers lie consistently.
Over all I will recommend the company, you just have to work hard, show up to work everyday and don't be late and you will be compensated.
Casino Service Attendant (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – June 30, 2017
I enjoyed working there, but sometimes management sucks! hardest part is working weekends and 6 days all the time,not enough time to spend with your family, and the best part working there was meeting people, whether its your co worker or guess, they will become your friends. They also take care of their employee but for them the most important are the guest who come and play.
A lot of employees quit and get fired, even you are a part timer, they will scheduled you 6 days!
Pretty decent work environment, bit of a disconnect with management
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – June 8, 2017
The work culture was pretty positive and included people from all walks of life and all ages which I loved. There was't much room for growth, which wasn't favorable, but generally it was a good place to work.
Inexpensive lunches, positive work environment
No mat to stand on when standing for 8 hours, resulting in extremely painful feet
Bingo Inventory Control Associate (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – May 20, 2017
To work in the Casino Industry you need to be very patient and always be in a great attitude, you get to meet some nice people who understand that if they don't win its not your fault and then you meet some people that don't want to understand the rules.
The Managers were well hated throughout the outlets
Arcade Attendant (Former Employee) – Alpine, CA – April 29, 2017
The job its self was extremly easy the only challenging part was dealing with the manager at the outlets. She was not nice, always mad at something, and took it out on all the employee's. When where I worked was being attempted to rob she showed up next day and gave me a gift card for $10 at subway. The following week I was fired and no reason was given after 2 weeks of trying to figure out why I gave up. The month before I was fired my roommate/friend was fired by the exact same manager for a bull reason.
Count Team Member (Current Employee) – Alpine, CA – March 18, 2017
We're responsible for pulling all canisters from slot machines throughout the casino nightly, running all money through the MPS machines and strapping it to make sure it balances and is ready to be sold to the main banker.