Support from management
Expectations are not provided thus it makes it hard to meet them. Some employees are allowed to do things where others are not, whether you are on the lock or off. You can be terminated without notice or discussion of the charges.
Communication is lacking. employees on the floor get little information from management until absolutely necessary. Sometimes, information is given only via bulletin board at the time clock. If you are salaried, you do not punch in so you may not see the information. Some information is provided via email so if you are in a position that does not use email, you may not get the information passed down to you.
Overall compensation for your work
Your income seems to be equal to or higher than similar positions in other industries. There used to be better benefits. Today the benefits are fairly standard.
You are expected to work he hours given to you regardless of your home situation. Many managers will work with you but because the casino is a 24/7 operation, you will very likely work holidays. Some positions will require you to be available during your off hours.
I was here for 10 years. I used to be very proud to work for the company but over the past 5 years, morale has dropped. After seeing veteran employees let go for various, unstated reasons, people fear for their jobs. Many are looking elsewhere before they are too chopped from payroll. It seems the company is focused more on generating more income than they are concerned of employee morale. The company used to listen to the employees but that seems to have now disappeared.
It used to be that you would be secure in your job as long as you did not cost the casino income. Now there seems to be more random reasons one could lose their job and no one really knows what those reasons may be.
Effort is given and thought out for handicapped accessibility. Even when new areas are developed, handicap access is a priority.
There is a firm safety concern in the company as well as a safety committee.
What I like about the company
The pay is fairly good when compared to other industries. Benefits are fairly standard now. The casino industry is fairly lucrative so there is seldom if ever any slowdowns or layoffs.
What I dislike about the company
Communication is lacking. Morale of employees is going down with recent terminations of many veteran employees.