Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Caesars Entertainment
- Table Games Dealer (6)
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- Casino Table Games Supervisor (2)
- Gaming (1)
- Surveillance Officer (1)
- Restaurant Assistant Manager (1)
- Internal Audit Non-gaming (1)
Table Games Dealer Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment.
They do an over the phone interview and then in person. You have to take a math test, but as long you are friendly and social you will be fine. Once you pass all of that, you then enter a 3 week training course in black jack and if you pass that you become a dealer.
- The hardest part is passing the class, honestly just being friendly will get you to the class itself. 1 Answer
Other Interview Reviews for Caesars Entertainment
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Baltimore, MD) in June 2014.
The interview process was done in two steps. After applying online I was given a phone call interview which had the typical questions. I then was told to schedule a time for a panel interview during their mass hiring event which was an all day event. Going in I was in a group of about 12 - 15 people where we were asked a bunch of questions, then I was moved over to take a math test (important for dealers), followed by a one-on-one interview with one of the shift supervisors. By the end of the day I was told I was going to Dealer School and my performance there would dictate if I was finally hired.
- Panel question - What song would you say represents you (and please sing it) Answer Question
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I applied in-person – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment.
- If you were an animal, what animal would you be and why? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Council Bluffs, IA) in February 2013.
They only hire good looking women with large chests. That sounds like a joke, but I'm serious. Late 15 minutes? Who cares if you've got E-cups! (yes, the late girl got to the next round)
Also, fake smile a lot and answer questions with how happy you are all the time. The first round does not take into account what position you are applying for, just fake being happy and you'll get to round two (assuming you have massive knockers).
Past experience and recommendations matter almost none at all. Men are at a real disadvantage. Every single person doing the hiring in the group interview was female and they heavily favored women in selection and hiring.
I really can't stress the boobs part enough, I have no idea why they haven't been sued for their hiring practices yet.
- Give 1 word you would use to describe yourself 1 Answer
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Las Vegas, NV) in October 2011.
Expect to go to your interview and sing a song, dance, and tell a story. They want you to be outlandish and ridiculous, having fun while everyone in the room nervously laughs at you. This is expected for every position. If you do not have fun, you will not be hired.
- Having to come up with a song to sing on the spot while acting out the musician was the most difficult given that I don't listen to music. Answer Question
No negotiation, you are paid minimum wage.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Caesars Entertainment (Atlantic City, NJ) in May 2010.
Had to do placement math test which consisted of Around 20 questions, 10 minutes. The rest based on personality. Provided some past employment background
- math placement test Answer Question
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