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3 days ago

Racing Safety Attendant – new

Caesars Entertainment Bossier City, LA

Protects the assets of the company and provides a safe environment for employees and guests. GENERAL… Beyond.com


23 hrs ago

Buffet Cashier/Host – new

Caesars Entertainment Corporation Bossier City, LA

Cashiers are responsible for insuring the security and accuracy of money's collected from guests and change returned. They are responsible for the… Percipio Media


16 hrs ago

Cashier – new

Caesars Entertainment Bossier City, LA

Delivering truly great service by cashing checks and converting coins, tokens, and gaming checks into… MyJobHelper


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    Harrah's has been great, and will be great again once the economy turns around. Just hang in there!

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    Current Employee - Manager in Bossier City, LA
    Current Employee - Manager in Bossier City, LA

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    Pros

    While career advancement has slowed with the economy, I know this company will be back on top when the economy turns around. Harrah's has always had a reputation for promoting from within and we have so many opportunities to transfer around the same property or around the world. I've fully utilized the easy transfers to gain experience.

    Cons

    It's a BIG company and that always has its downsides. Decisions are made in Las Vegas and put down to all the properties. Sometimes what is best for Vegas or Corporate is not best for the individual property. This is not a family owned or small company, so you don't always see the logic in decisions. You have to remind yourself that your part of something bigger and there is more to the company than just you and your peers, you have thousands of peers all over the world. Lately, "the professor", has started to value degrees over education AND experience. If you have never worked the casino floor, it's hard to understand the customers and employees. We are a 24 hour operation and our manament team needs to remember that. Titles don't make you "smarter" or "better" than a front-line employee. Respect your team and see how the property could still bank!

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    John Payne and Gary Loveman should take a long hard look at the decisions being made by the leadership team in Bossier City. I doubt they really know what is going on and what is being hidden from them.

    Get back to experience and education. YOu can't learn everything you need to know at Harvard or any of the other schools that are on "the list'.

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