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I have been working at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino part-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
- Fairly relaxed work environment. (staff wise) - Good flow of business on a busy night. - Management has been able to adjust my hours and days around school schedule.
- The bowling employees seem to be looked down upon. - Constantly having to do work that is above pay grade. - Inconsistent upper management - Constantly irate customers due to old equipment
Advice to Management
Put money where the money is being made. Look at the amount of revenue the department has brought in, and look at the effort the staff is putting in. As of writing this, there is NO MANAGER, and two supervisors who are working 50-60 hour weeks. If you want management to stay (and as long as I have been there, I've had a total of 6 different people in management between 3 positions), you NEED to give them proper compensation. Same goes with the hourly staff. It is painfully obvious that some are pulling more than their own weight, and yet not only does the staff get mistreated, leading to a maddeningly quick turnover, the equipment that the customers use is beaten, battered, and simply older than 90% of the casino itself. I would go as far as to say the Casino could easily see a 10-20% increase annually at a minimum if new equipment was brought in, due to constant machine breakdowns that would become a much smaller issue.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.
Standard interview questions to ensure that you would be able to interact well with guests. With the turnover, they need to just get employees in the door as long as you aren't absolutely terrible. The individual I interviewed with gave off that same impression, and that is why I ended up declining the job. Even if I want a part-time job, I at least want to work somewhere that I would be proud of.
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