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I worked at CNE Casino full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
I'm speaking from the position of a dealer. Guaranteed hours as long as you're capable at your job, you can also pick up more shifts if you desire. Tips are pooled together and sent in September later, but they're nice. Depending on which game you deal there is varying degree of support within your own pit, but the support from the casino itself is not bad so there's no need to worry too much about customers that are too difficult to handle. There is also a food stand you can grab dinner at if that helps. Considering it's a position for a very short period there isn't too much by way of excellent perks or anything, but the pay is alright. The best perk is the guaranteed hours.
If you want really good hours, it's best to work the night shift which can be a pretty big downside for some people since the casino is open until 6am. Drunk angry customers who lose too much money are a pretty bad downside as well. Also slightly dirty considering the customer-base. The training and licensing needs to be paid for which is about $300 (??) at the very beginning, but the training is free after the first yer and you pay a substantially lowered fee to renew your license from the alcohol and gaming board. There's not terribly much chance of promotion? You can possibly work your way up to dualrate or pit boss, but that's about... it??
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at CNE Casino in June 2011.
Started with a brief phone interview nothing too serious. Next step involved coming in for a 1 on1 which basically led to filling out the applications and paying the initial training fee. For this position it required coming a couple days for training for the specific game they feel you would be best at. Must be able to pass the table tests in order to be hired.
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