Caesars Entertainment Interview Questions & Reviews
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- Accountant (4)
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- Senior Project Manager (2)
- Promotions Associate (2)
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- Restaurant Assistant Manager (1)
- Internal Audit Non-gaming (1)
- Front Desk Night Auditor (1)
- Gaming Analyst (1)
- Host/Cashier (1)
- Analyst At Corporate HQ (1)
- Cage Lead (1)
Accountant Interview (Negative Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through other source and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in May 2014.
Interview Details – I went through 3 separate interviews, one with HR over the phone, one with direct manager over the phone, and one in person interview. The in person interview was with various people and took the majority of a day.
Interview Question – Be prepared to take numerous timed tests. Answer Question
Various Human Resources and Accounting- New Facility Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in June 2014.
Interview Details – I applied for multiple positions and was contacted via email for an internet interview via hirevue. I was asked 4 questions that were very basic, skill set and how that benefits them, explaining a difficult situation at work and how you handled it, how your influence has contributed to others at work, etc..
Interview Question – how your influence has contributed to others- unexpected, but good question Answer Question
Marketing Coordinator Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in February 2014.
Interview Details – Got an email from HR to schedule an interview about a week after I applied. Met with a couple of department heads for marketing department. Pretty difficult questions to be honest, so be prepared with some examples of projects you've done in the past that produced results as well as times when you've learned from a mistake.
Interview Question – Pretty difficult questions to be honest, so be prepared with some examples of projects you've done in the past that produced results as well as times when you've learned from a mistake. Answer Question
Analyst, Enterprise Analytics Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in December 2013.
Interview Details – Campus Interview, 2nd round in Vegas headquarters. The entire process took about a month, company paid for the 2nd round's travel and lodging. There was a pre-interview dinner to meet the VPs and interviewers. The dinner lasted about 3 hours, and everyone was exhausted after the dinner including the interviewers. 5 people interviewed me from different departments including one group presentation
Interview Question – There were a lot of brainteasers and required a lot of estimates. Just make sure you can back up your answers with explanations. Answer Question
Very Difficult Interview
Theater Technician/Beverage Ambassador/Promotions Ambassador Interview (Negative Experience; Very Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in February 2013.
Interview Details – This had to of been one of the most ridiculous hiring events I've ever been to. They give you a single date and range of times to show up at their HR office. Inside will be literally HUNDREDS of people. They're all interviewing for different positions, but you will have to do the same basic tests for all positions regardless of whether or not you're cash/alcohol/food handling.
Afterwards is a group interview that's more to see what kind of personality you have and weed out those that they dislike immediately. From there you MIGHT get to speak with someone that works in your department *IF* they're there--they probably aren't. If they're not, then you have to meet with them for a phone or in-person interview at a later date. (Keep in mind that this whole process up to this point can take a month to two months.)
After all this is done, you have a "job shadowing." This IS NOT on-the-job training, but an opportunity for you to follow around your potential manager so that they can have you work the job without hiring you!
So after all the hiring mess, you now get to work for free so they can decide if they like you or not???
Interview Question – They're going to basically ask you to sing and dance for their amusement. Answer Question
Marketing Coordinator Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in January 2014.
Interview Details – Initially emailed saying they'd like a phone interview as I'm not located in Las Vegas. Phone interview was with the Director of Marketing and lasted about half an hour total. Pretty much was a back-and-forth conversation between us. They asked how I would fit in and use my background for this specific position (I studied advertising) as a Marketing Coordinator and I would ask something dumb about how the office space was and how well the team gets along. They said I would hear back within a week as they wanted to fill the position quickly, but it ultimately took a couple weeks until I got an automated response back. Bummer.
Interview Question – Have you ever been to Vegas? (Honestly, the interview was conversational and friendly. No tricky or ridiculous questions asked.) View Answer
Cage Cashier; Slot Attendant; Security Guard Interview (Negative Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment.
Interview Details – Group interview cage cashier, no call back for 2nd interview. Slot Attendant, called back for second interview. Several in-house employees also waiting to interview. We had to wait for interviewer for what seemed like several hours as he was interviewing 2 people at a time. No offer. Before going in for the security guard interview, I called and asked if I could move on to the next step since I already had two "initial" interviews in which they asked the same questions. I was told to wait 6 months before applying to another position and was not given the opportunity to interview for the position I was invited to interview for. Big waste of my time!
Interview Question – Describe a time when you exhibited integrity in the workplace. Answer Question
Cage Cashier Interview (Negative Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in January 2014.
Interview Details – They responded about a week after I applied on their website. I was invited to an open house for various positions at the casino. There are 3 parts to the interview:
First, you are divided into groups of 6 or so and asked 2-3 personality oriented questions from the recruiter. Remember to act cheery and enthusiatic with your answers or you won't get the callback!
Second, you take a math assessment test (a 4th grader can pass it) and a brief 1-1 interview with your potential supervisor. Almost all softball questions. Don't forget that smile and cheeriness!
Third, you are put on a group panel interview with 2 interviewers and about 10-12 applicants for various positions. The 2 interviewers ask personality oriented questions to the applicants. The content of your answers is not as important as your manner and tone. Be sunny and act *very* confident!
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