Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Joliet, IL) in February 2012.
Human Resources makes the call, and they seen like very nice people; they just aren't flexible whatsoever, so if you really need the job, be prepared to WIPE out any previously made arrangements because they do not work around schedules. The interviews were fun (panel interview) and the 1:1 interview with the department manager was your typical interview (basic questions asked).
Drug test consists of you going to a clinic they pick (another day off your schedule) to get a hair sample taken [they cut hairs close to the scalp].
Background check involves fingerprinting and paperwork (another day you have to work around on your schedule) and possible uniform fitting.
Orientation is a 3 day process that goes all day for the most part and you cannot miss it (sucks if you have no openings in your schedule - once again); only done on certain days and at certain times.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied in-person – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Joliet, IL) in April 2008.
Be prepared to smile and tell jokes. They are huge into customer service and secret shoppers. You will be evaluated in practically anything and everything you do. You will also be required to pass different assessment tests pending on level of position.
- I asked to tell a joke in orientation. 1 Answer
Yes I received 2000 more than offered.