Server/Bartender (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 8 August 2017
Management was understaffed and possibly under-trained, but the room to grow in the company is amazing. You could move to multiple departments inside the company, and will be trained to work there. Employees seemed frustrated with management, due to under staffing.
Server (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 21 March 2017
Overall I enjoyed my time at Hard Rock Casino Vancouver. The ability to change departments and expand in the company is great and rewarding. I was a server in the Unlisted Buffett where I took drink orders and cleared tables in a timely fashion. A very fast paced but fun environment. Most enjoyable part was getting to know the regulars and live music on the weekends.
Line Cook (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 15 January 2017
I enjoy working at the hard Rock, everyone is open minded and willing to help. They listen to all your ideas and account for them. They don't let you stray and treat you as if your family. The work environment is energetic but serious when need be, but are willing to have fun also.
Free lunches, great pay, caring coworkers, good management
SERVER & SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 2 January 2017
Working at the Hard Rock Casino was a very different experience. The people are wonderful, and I made a lot of good friends. The hardest part would be working on all the holidays and not being able to get time off when you needed it.
Front of the House Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 25 September 2015
The nature of the restaurant business is anything but typical. While in this position, I learned how to motivate and lead a group. I learned to teach by doing the next right thing and leading by example. The GM who promoted me to management was inspiring. Even though he left the restaurant shortly after promoting me, his belief in me really helped me to succeed. The hardest part of that job was working under 3 different GM's in the time that I was there, and each time learning what was expected of me and adapting accordingly. The most enjoyable part of the job was how close all of the staff were. It was like one big happy family.
cash bonuses and free drinks after work.
very long hours and often working up to 2weeks (sometimes longer) without a day off.
Security (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 30 July 2015
Uneventful on day to day events or atmosphere, Great customer relations. Daily changing customer attitudes and views. High demand of performance and personality. Customer orientated invierment and communication.
labourer (Former Employee) – St. Albert AB – 4 July 2015
I learned something new almost everyday. I did everything from carpentry and concrete to excavating and plumbing. While most of the jobs we did were private like back yards, we were occasionally subcontracted out to do jobs such as pouring concrete curbs for an up and coming sport chek. The management got along very well with the employees, often taking us out for lunch. The hardest part of the day would usually be right after lunch when it was the hottest but it wasn't a ridiculous workload so breaks were taken as needed.
Bartender / Server (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 4 July 2015
I hope to be able to go into a friendly environment work place. Where people like to work and get the job done and go above and beyond what they are asked to make the place always feel welcoming and well presentable. Where everyone gets along and its a enjoyable experience and you learn something new everyday and that the managers appreciate what a good job you are doing.
Night Cleaner (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 20 October 2014
- Night Cleaner at the Hard Rock Café Niagara Falls
- Sweep, mapping, and polish the wood floors - Cleaning Washrooms - Polish Motorcycles - Clean Vents - Clean Guitars - Polish Bronze - Mop the Food Court
I am qualified for the position because of the experience I have had through the years, and fulfilling the duties assigned to me. I always give my best in every task to perform for the benefit of myself and the community in which I work and participate.