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Good place to work, with good benefits, great interaction with guests.
Guest Services Representative (Current Employee), Coquitlam, BCNovember 30, 2012
Pros: benefits, profit sharing
Cons: scheduling
Fun place to work. Lots of Guests, with different needs to fulfill. Explain current promotions, get guests excited about their participation in promotions, up date points cards, encourage sign up of said card. Telephone reception which includes transfering calls to other departments, explaining promotions, and any information caller may need regarding – more... casino, the address and how to drive to our location. Interaction with guest is the most enjoyable part of my day, Great supportive co-workers, I have learned to do my job very well and be a souce of help to both guests and co-workers. The most difficult part of my job is working different times of any day. eg: one day I could work a day shift and another day I could work evenings or even graveyard. But generally I have adapted but would like more consistency in this regard/ – less
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An exciting, fast paced competitive environment.
Slot Shift Manager (Former Employee), Coquitlam, BCAugust 27, 2012
A good company that provided opportunity to advance and improve ones skill set.
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A company with a great Guest Service program
Security Manager (Current Employee), Barrie, ONMay 6, 2012
Pros: good corporate identity
The work/life balance is great, and so is the sense of ownership over the business processes and operations, that the corporate culture entrusts with people.