My Casino Windsor over all experience.
Pros: good money, good benefits, much experience.
Cons: my time spent in finance i felt guilty counting money spent on gambling.
Since the age of 13 of been in the work field, my last 15 years at Caesars (Casino) Windsor has given much experience working with the public.From 7 1/2 years in finance balancing daily transactions was great, I enjoyed the everyday challenge it gave me.
Being a trainer from the beginning led me to a trainers course.On to 7 1/2 years in the Hotel area opened up a whole new experience, that I never thought I would enjoy as much as I did.I have to say that Housekeeping was my favorite job,but not as challenging as being a banker.Also got to learn some Hotel auditing which I loved, but was only temporary while the new laundry room was being built, and took night classes in Word and Excel.
I received 2 employees of the month while I was employed at Casino Windsor,one as a Pit Clerk for excellent accuracy, and the other in Housekeeping for working well with others and having a positive attitude. 3 You take the Lead, coming up with ideas that were used in the Hotel area.
In 2009 I took a buy out, I now volunteer my time at the Royal Canadian Legion as Bulletin editor, Public Relations, and website co-ordinator, and now working on editing a booklet for a convention.Also I have designed 6 new websites for companies, and love making posters, business cards, flyers, and logos for people.
Working with Seniors is wonderful, which is one of the reasons why I joined the Royal Canadian Legion 6 years a go.My caring for Seniors since I volunteered many years ago at Metropolitan Hospital Chronic Care, has stayed with me and I love being around them.