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30+ days ago

Bar Porter (CLV)

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

• Cleans bar area, including bar tops, sinks, glasses, refrigerators and other bar appliances. • Acknowledges, greets and converses with customers… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Count Team Member (CLV)

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

Essential s: Sorts, counts, and records contents of table game drop boxes, bill validator currency drop boxes and non gaming outlets, according to… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Email Marketing Manager

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

• Ensure the ongoing training and development of direct reports. Develop and mentor staff through on-boarding, open communication, training and… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

** 2015 Spring Culinary Internship

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

The Culinary Internship is a unique learning experience with exposure to some of the various aspects of the Culinary Industry within Caesars… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

**Citywide Cabana Host

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

• If the Host is unavailable, a Pool Manager will be notified and will fill in immediately to greet the guests. • The Host is there to accommodate… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Hotel Perfomance Specialist (PBPH)

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

Communicate effectively in both oral and written forms, to a variety of partners/stakeholders. Deliver engaging, informative, well-organized… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Casino Accountant

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

may include completing daily audit deliverables, creating month end revenue and tax journal entries, completing statistics, account reconciliations… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Gaming Analyst General

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

Candidates will be primarily dedicated to an individual functional area, but may also provide cross-functional analytical support based on… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Manager Marketing Special Projects

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

• Works with Marketing Shared Services to achieve direct marketing economies of scale… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Asst Chief Engineer (FLV)

Caesars Entertainment, Inc Las Vegas, NV

Must posses at least one of the following trade licenses for journeyman plumber, journeyman electrician, certified pool operator, or EPA universal… CareerBuilder


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    I WISH I could say nice things about Caesars Entertainment!!

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    Current Employee - Support Specialist I in Las Vegas, NV
    Current Employee - Support Specialist I in Las Vegas, NV

    I have been working at Caesars Entertainment as a contractor (more than an year)

    Pros

    Free cafeteria food... it's sub-par, but FREE.

    Cons

    Very political environment. Whether you are right or wrong does not matter... if someone speaks ill of you, even when they are professionally and technically wrong, you are still wrong. IT management typically does not recognize or acknowledge hard workers. Their ability to manage IT needs is not standardized in the industry, no training, no tolerance of set backs due to issues management should be handling, but they do not. No help with special projects from other staff (every other week) and experienced Support Specialist's often call off on the busiest days for casinos to avoid being asked to help during these times. Expect to continuously be asked to work weekends and holidays, after nepotism favors a small group of techs and everyone comes up with excuses not to work regularly scheduled hours.

    If you get a raise, (not to thank you for all the hard work you put in) it's commonly used to see if supervisors can get "more work" out of you than they already have put on your plate, even if you physically don't have the time or extra hands to accomplish these tasks and have made that apparent for months. If you don't perform the "extra work" within a month, you will be terminated for not pulling blood from a stone. Management judges and condemns your character and personality continuously until they no longer have a reason to appreciate who you are personally or professionally. IT management never actually supervises work, but then bases assessments of employees on a "he said, she said" basis without verifying their own facts first.

    The better technicians end of leaving the company due to broken promises for raises and better benefits FOR YEARS. They actually pro-rated late annual employee assessments based on the first two months of the new year (since this is their toughest months for retaining loyal employees), and then gave everyone 10 cent raises, THEN claimed to be out of money for the rest of the year (in February!!) to provide actual raises, then tell employees "You should be thankful you have a job in this economy" or "if you don't like it, there's the door man". They have done this for years based on conversations with other more senior technicians. Morale for the IT department is always bad, until they fire who they see as "challenged employees" to make way for unsuspecting victims looking for work in the IT department at Caesars Entertainment. This is the ONE thing they do on-time, every January and February like clockwork instead of developing tangible business plans or ever performing regular and annual assessments of their employees. Opportunity for advancement seldom exists and if it does, it's only a game they play to give you a "new title" but no raise for your hard work. Expect to change shifts pretty regularly as well to compensate for all of the good technicians leaving on a monthly basis. I hope you didn't plan on living life outside of Caesars Entertainment, because IT management doesn't respect you personally, professionally or in general, ever... unless they can benefit from you or gain favor somehow in the coming weeks. They definitely don't respect "family-oriented" employees and speak of these employees as "less reliable or committed to their job". IT management at Caesars Entertainment is lacking all around and needs to defend and support good employees as opposed to letting every other department crap on the IT department and drive the business needs of the casino. Any "real" IT department would already know these needs and address them accordingly in the "real" world.

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    Take the time out of your day to know your people, care enough to do your due diligence and know how hard each IT member works OR doesn't... a lot of slacking-off occurs and work is often pushed off on harder working employees, yet you don't give these people raises... it's not like you haven't depressed IT wages down so far in Las Vegas that you can't afford to give IT even a half-ass raise. You all certainly have no problems paying executives to run your empire into the ground, but at regular annual executive raises of 300% or more on an already staggering wage earning for everyone else, it's clear you all only champion the phrase "the rich get rich and the poor get poorer" in every action you commit. Someone tell Gary Loveman too to stop making racist jokes at every company gathering he has for managerial staff. Nobody appreciates a rich man who depresses wages company wide, then makes socially unacceptable jokes, ever!

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