Mission: MGM Resorts International is the leader in entertainment & hospitality - a diverse collection of extraordinary people, distinctive brands and best in class destinations.
Working together, we create partnerships and experiences that engage ...
I have been working at MGM Resorts International full-time (Less than a year)
Great brands supported by great leaders. The company is expanding with lots of opportunities to learn and grow in Las Vegas and around the world.
Overall health benefits are good however 401k matching caps for senior roles are discouraging with a long vesting period and equity options are complex.
Advice to Management
Consider extending 401k matching to all roles without the vesting period.
I applied online. I interviewed at MGM Resorts International (Las Vegas, NV) in September 2017.
Applied online and received an email a few days later to complete an interview through HireVue. Basically, you record yourself answering 5 questions and you get 2 attempts to answer each question. After submitting, I received an email for a panel interview about a week later. They give you a date and time and ask you to confirm, but if you can't make it, email them to reschedule. On the day of the interview, I arrived 30 minutes early and checked in with security. About 10 minutes prior to the interview start time, myself and other candidates were taken to vacant cubicles to perform a 1-minute typing test. You have 2 attempts to get 35 wpm if you don't pass on the first try. Once that is completed, all candidates get placed with an agent to shadow a few calls to see if they are still interested in what the job consists of. After we all go in to a meeting room for a group panel interview. Depending on the size of the group, the interview can be lengthy. The director of the department and two other representatives are interviewing for the group. While the director asks questions, the other interviewers are writing down notes. We were asked about 5 questions and we had to take turns answering the questions. After we answered all the questions we were told if they had anything further to ask they would call us in individually and then were asked to leave the room. From there, the people they called into the room were being told they did not get the job and then the rest of the group was called in collectively and hired on the spot and filled out paperwork and receive an explanation of what to expect during the background check and drug test process, then we were all dismissed. The whole interview was quoted to last about 90-minutes but our was about 2.5 hours.