Front Desk Clerk (Current Employee) – Florence, KY – 28 April 2017
Love my regular guests and the people I work with. The job can be stressful at times but overall an enjoyable place to work. The only downfall is that there are minimal opportunities available within the department.
Blackjack Dealer (Former Employee) – belterra, in – 18 April 2017
Worked there for years as a blackjack dealer loved it except for the occasional rude guest and the occasional rude floor supervisors . Some floors did not care about you or if you got in trouble . They would throw you under the bus
Great company to work for, so many different opportunities from the beginning level positions to the highest rungs on the ladder.
Revenue Auditor (Current Employee) – Florence, IN – 6 April 2017
Belterra is a first rate company with many different job opportunities. Training is available in most positions. They offer Very good medical and dental benefits as well as vision benefits. Optional life insurance and disability insurances to those who qualify. As an employee many discounts are available around property The best part of the job is the people I work with. Belterra has a very diverse group of employees. who always seem to have a smile on. Working with the Belterra team I have had the opportunity to learn many different aspects of my current position. Every new task given, was also given a training period for quality assurance.
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The Casino is a fast pased entertainment industry and sometimes require long hours.
VIP REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Florence, IN – 5 April 2017
A good place to work with many possible positions. You have the opportunity to move from position to position inside the casino and meet many people. You learn a lot of all the departments no matter what department you work in. It is a big team oriented establishment meaning everyone from all departments helps in some aspect to the guest whether or not that is your specific department.
Table Games Dealer/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Florence, IN – 5 April 2017
It's a job.. There is EXTREME favoritism up on there.. Upper management is aware of it and just looks the other way.. Could be a great place to work if the cliques were broken up. For example, they HAVE to take breaks together.. Like youll be in 1 hr 40 months and they'll b coming back from their 3rd cigarette break.
working EVERY holiday.. They don't even give anything extra or recognize Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc
cook (Former Employee) – Florence, IN – 17 March 2017
Pros:THE money is there if you are willing to work:Cons:Favortism,Some poor management,but not all,but those that are will make it hard for you to want to go back the next day or even stay.You have no life cause all holidays are mandatory and weekends are always required.There business is all about the customers and making that money for entertainment purposes,but think they should consider there employees at some point,like shutting down on a major holiday or two,and all the money they save on running the place and paying the employees for that particular day should be giving away on a special day for customers as a huge cash drawing.Not the best place to work and a huge turnaround.But it's all there really is for the locals that don't want to commute far for work.
Utility Porter (Current Employee) – Florence, IN – 3 January 2017
Fun work environment and friendly people , really nice place to have a family meal. Nice little bars. The games are fun and have high payouts. Our hotel is a great place to stay. We have a fun service salon.
Marketing Coordinator-Promotions (Former Employee) – Florence, IN – 15 October 2016
I set up promotions. Guests swiped their player cards to enter a special promotional give away. I also had special promotional games for prizes. I learned people skills. I can interact with all walks of life. My co-workers were hard workers and put a lot of time into customer service. The hardest part of the job was standing long periods of time in 5 inch heels. Especially on New Years Eve and keeping a smile on my face. The most enjoyable part was interacting with the guests. I enjoyed seeing them smile and their excitement when winning.
Front Desk Agent/Night Auditor (Former Employee) – Florence, IN – 30 June 2016
A lot of people have poor attitudes at the job. Hardly any chance of advancement unless you're a very attractive person, I don't mean to be petty but that's the way it is. The guests are great to work with, most days are pretty busy but there are days that are really slow.
8 hour days include a paid lunch. Health care is okay.
Cook (Former Employee) – Florence, IN – 11 April 2016
I was always told if I can't say nice thing don't talk about them, but if an employer or the corporation needs to know anything about that site I be happy to explain. I will say just don't put in your two weeks there. You might as well just walk out, even if its unprofessional. Professional is a two way street.
I loved my job there. The co-workers were very friendly. My typical day at work was clocking in for 8 hours a day. I never had a bad day at work. i enjoyed everything that I did. The hardest part of the day would be counting out very large amounts of money. I did it fast and hardly ever made any mistakes.
busy casino atmosphere directed toward guests, never employees
Lead Mychoice representative (Former Employee) – Florence, IN – 16 January 2014
out of at least 1,000 employees, only five or six parking spots were designated for handicapped employees. Clique atmosphere - if you were not part of the group, there was no getting in. Work schedule included nights, weekends and holidays - NO overtime pay for working on holidays. The only time I was allowed to sit down was on my two 15 minute breaks and my half hour lunch break - after I had walked about 1/4 mile to the lunch room.
short breaks, never allowed to sit down, poor health care plan