- Revel Casino17.Mar 2016
Support from management
Even though Revel closed working for Revel was like working for a family.
As long as you kept positive people around you; team work was no question
Was at times difficult due to who was my supervisor at times because I have been in the casino industry for 10 years and a superior would have know clue what they had to do ? Or what a casino floor is like.
Suggestions for improvement
- Social security numbers for sonority should not be the way to do seniority for shifts. Everyone wants to work high volume shifts for tips. Yet that's why you loose great servers because we do not choose are socials and for example mine and friends of mine who have worked in casinos 10 years some more get pushed aside due to numbers. Please keep this in mind and when looking at people applications wouldn't you want girls or guys who can handle situations with guests the right way , get drinks out fast, and can handle high volume.
What I like about the company
I loved my job as a server in the floor, the only thing that would hurt me is when going by last for of social security numbers for sonority for shifts. I did not like that rule because my last four start with a high number , yet I come from years of experience and got bumped to other shifts for that. I think when it comes to picking girls or guys for serving on the casino floor should go by experience that way you know when opening on high volume times you have the right people to handle the flow of customer care.
What I dislike about the company
Not having a server dressing room.
And in the middle of know where times getting changed to 8 hours from 6. I don't mind working but we never had a say that truly mattered.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyRevel Casino
- CityAtlantic City
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2014