Mission: To establish Penn National Gaming as a profitable and respected leader in the gaming and racing industries, and as a valued partner in our communities and a role model for ethical business standards.
I have been working at Penn National Gaming part-time (More than 5 years)
Discounts on restaurants in the casino.
Schedule is based on seniority not based on what works for your life.
It’s open for 24 hours so you may have to work holidays.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Penn National Gaming (Las Vegas, NV).
Applied online. Received a call to interview at a job fair. Highly unorganized, took over an hour to be screened. Passed the prescreening (group style with managers from other departments and 1 HR representative) and was told to leave my contact info because hiring managers had went home for the day. Did not hear back, followed up with a call to HR, was informed that they received an overwhelming response and hadn't gotten to everyone yet. Received an email a week later thanking me for "interviewing" but they are pursuing other candidates even though I didn't get the opportunity to and passed the prescreen. Extremely poor recruitment practices, horrible unorganized company and does not live their values.