Caesars Entertainment Interview Questions & Reviews in Las Vegas, NV
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- Popular Job Titles:
- Accountant (5)
- Table Games Dealer (4)
- Cocktail Server (3)
- Casino Customer Service Representative (3)
- Casino Dealer (2)
- Marketing Coordinator (2)
- Beverage Server (2)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Manager (2)
- Casino Table Games Supervisor (2)
- Marketing Operations Manager (2)
- Senior Project Manager (2)
- Promotions Associate (2)
- Food & Beverage Supervisor (2)
- Food and Beverage Manager (2)
- Director of Marketing (2)
- Security Officer (2)
- Senior Buyer (2)
- Count Room Manager (2)
- Analyst (2)
- Intern (2)
- Internal Auditor (2)
- Marketing (2)
- Cashier (1)
- Poker Dealer (1)
- Special Events Coordinator (1)
- Server Assistant (1)
- Business Development (1)
- Storage Architect (1)
- Systems Analyst (1)
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Cocktail Server Interview (Neutral Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in August 2014.
Interview Details – One interview. Panel interview. I was asked to introduce the person sitting next to me to the crowd of women. Present 3 or 4 fun facts about the person. Take resume!
Interview Question – What do you know about the Cromwell? Answer Question
Accountant Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in June 2014.
Interview Details – This company is VERY unorganized. I live out of state and was called for what i was told a panel interview. I made my way to Las Vegas and was ready for my interview. Arrived early and was disappointed to see i was interviewing with 5 other people who just came from the career office in town. no problem I adapted. They brought us into a conference room where there was a rep from each accounting dept who talked about what they specifically do there. Was escorted out of the room to pick 3 areas of accounting i was interested in. Interviewed with 3 separate reps- interview was roughly 15-20 mins each time for a total of 3 interviews. Was told i would receive a call back if they were interested in me further. Received a call back for the 2nd interview by two diff managers. Seemed like they were all mixed up. I called the scheduler to verify who i would be interviewing with. her reply "i'm not sure but we will have some one here." Way to go! Drove back and went to the second interview with the an actual manager of the accounting dept. Was told I would receive a phone call either way (yes or no) within a week. It has now been two weeks still no call. I even left a voicemail to check the status of my application-another week later still no call back. I'll assume i didn't get the job.
*they really need to look at their resumes before calling people to interviews assuming they live locally.
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
Casino Game Management Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment.
Interview Details – The interviewers are mostly very young with a minimum amount of knowledge of most of the areas they are initially interviewing for. To be asked by the interviewer "what is involved in the job" which they are interviewing you for, is ridiculous. Interviewers should have a thorough knowledge of the different departments they are interviewing people for. How else are they able to decide if someone is a good fit or not?
Interview Question – On thing I strongly disagree with in an interview is 'Role Playing'. My behavior when I am with a guest comes NATURALLY. I cannot pretend an interviewer is the guest. I am not an actress. If they want to see how you interact, they need to put you in a live situation and observe your behavior. This is what I did when I interviewed my applicants. I was in a heavy money handling department, and I was sent applicants that could not even make simple change without the use of a calculator. This is unacceptable. Answer Question
Analyst Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in December 2012.
Interview Details – I went through on campus recruitment. I attended an info session the night before my interview. The info session was mostly mingling. I was invited to an onsite in Las Vegas. This trip was cool, because they really wine and dine you. It lasted two days. The first night we had a group dinner, and the next day was the interview, and another dinner. The interview lasted all day and consisted of three 1:1, and one group "project". All took place in a giant banquet room in Planet Hollywood. The 1:1 interviews varied. Some were behavioral and other were more technical to test my math skills, and thought process. I thought all three were odd. The first woman read me questions off of a sheet of paper and preceded to ask a question even if I had already answered it. The next guy couldn't get off his cell phone. And for the final interview my interviewee got switched last minute and there was a bit of confusion. After the interviews we got a tour of the office. Sh*t hole.
Overall, the restaurants and bars we went to rocked. The people were pretty nice. The office is terrible.
Interview Question – Group ase study on the finances, marketing practice, and other strategies needed for opening a new room in a hotel View Answer
Purchasing Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 1 week - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in January 2012.
Interview Details – I've had two interviews so far, both by phone and a third is scheduled. So far the interviews have been very good, with the people I've talked with being very easy to talk with and the questions were not terribly difficult to answer. They spent a good deal of time getting to know me and my skill set and seemed far more interested in that than asking strange questions that no one really knows how to answer. Over all it has been a very positive experience so far and I hope to do well in the next interview.
Analyst At Corporate HQ Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in February 2010.
Interview Details – Interview consisted of a conference call. Interviewers were polite but challenging.
Two interview questions:
1. Estimate the number of elevators in Manhattan.
2. You have a two sided scale (like Lady Justice's) that can be used only twice. There are seven balls of which one is weighted differently from the others. How do you find that ball using the scale only twice?
Dealer Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in August 2010.
Interview Details – I had an interview with HR at first. She scheduled me to attend a group/panel interview that consisted of 20 other applicants (for all positions) and required to bring one item that I am most passionate or proud of (excluding family and pets). I was paired with another person and had to introduce her to the class. In addition everyone was required to share the best customer experience and then present your item to the class. It was actually a fun process (only if you are one to interact).
Interview Question – What was your best customer service experience? Answer Question
Cocktail Server Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Caesars Entertainment in July 2010.
Interview Details – Was a group interview with 17 people in a small room sitting in a circle with 4 Managers/Executives. Was asked to bring an item I'm most proud of or passionate about. Started with being partnered up with another candidate and spending 10 minutes getting to know them. Then had to introduce partner to everyone. My partner was extremely nervous and made up embarrassing nonsense about me. I was horrified and I know it was visible on my face. Then we had to share a situation where we experienced outstanding customer service. Then we had to share and explain the item we brought. After everyone was done, the Managers left the room for 10 minutes to deliberate and 1 Mgr. returned. She called out the names of half the group ( I was in that group) and asked us to follow us into the hall. She then thanked us for our time, but they're not going forward with our applications.
Interview Question – What are you most proud of? (Can't say kids or family) Answer Question
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