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I have been working at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa full-time (More than a year)
- Free lunches, but it's really hit or miss in the employee cafeteria. Hardly any healthy options. Low grade produce, etc. - There's a lot of departments to transfer to if you don't like your current position, rather than having to go find a new job. That's if you want to stay with the company. - Mostly all the people who work there are really friendly & cool people. I've definitely met a lot of really awesome people along the way. My managers are great people as well, they try their best to please everyone & be as accommodating as possible. - Your regulars will tip you well most of the time. Get in good with platinum & black diamond players.
- Extremely disorganized. The managers, I feel, are over worked & understaffed so that prevents them from being organized & more helpful. - Communication is lacking. Between departments, between co-workers, between managers & employees, between one manager to another... Really just no proper communication. My situations are specific to me & would take forever to sit here & explain, but just know it is company wide. There are no good systems in place for that kind of thing. No employee memos emailed out weekly about schedules & schedule changes, everything is paper based. It's 2014... Everyone checks their email more than a bulletin board they may not even see every day. Email & paper would be great. But once again, managers are over worked & understaffed so they do not have time for this. - Everyone is frightened of Mr. Farahi (the CEO). He is a wild card, either will be really nice or flip out on you for something you aren't doing right. Job security is nonexistent. You could lose your job in the snap of a finger for something that seems extremely minuscule to you, but is a huge deal to a higher up. This is a right to work state, lets not forget that. You could lose everything & not be able to do anything about it. You need to mind your p's & q's while working here. Some people get away with a lot & are still employees, some people screw up once & get fired. Don't take your chances though. - You will be underpaid & worked to the bone here, sorry to admit it. With little to no chance of a raise & no bonuses. Unless you are getting promoted, which is only an option if you are in a managerial position, not just any old position. Then you get a raise, I think.
Advice to Management
Schedules & memos of important things we need to know emailed WEEKLY, as well as posted at work. This is paramount, I have never had a job where this isn't done. If you look at all the organized & successful companies, it is a standard practice.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
Very courteous staff from the HR. They made me feel comfortable. They just asked about what position I want and they asked a bit of information about me. They gave me clear directions on how to apply.
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