an okay place to work if you dont have a medical issue
games dealer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 June 2017
i had a mental illness and they were Not very understanding of that feel like it was a place where they want you to feel like they care but when it comes to something like that alot of employers overlook that type of illness
Cage Cashier (Current Employee) – Enoch, AB – 15 December 2016
Friendly staffs but management is difficult to get along, it seems like they are making things up as they go, constant change in rules and policies. The pay rate is different between Enoch band members and non-member, if you are from the community you tend to get away with more whether it's calling in, being late,or even showing up. If you expect to work at the Cree and you are not from the community don t expect to be treat equally. As of right now I'm actively looking for a new job
Mostly friendly staffs
Poor work environment, you are nothing but just an employer # xxxxx to management
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Enoch, AB – 6 December 2016
All my coworkers are very welcoming being that this is my first month working at River Cree Resort & Casino. Staff maintain a professional work ethic. I enjoy working here because its a learning experience for my career goals.
Second Chef (Current Employee) – Enoch, AB – 8 October 2015
It is very fast paced/ hectic on busy nights, if you can make it through a friday/saturday in the fall you can make it through any other night. Very good benefits but the pay is lacking for the work you are expected to do. For the most part you get to work with friendly staff if they speak the same language as you. You learn how to prioritize effectively and work fast. Everyday there is multiple duties to be done from prepping food for tomorrow's specials or working on line preparing food for guests in the restaurant. I enjoy cooking food and having confidence in what I do but everything you are exposed to is a little much for me (smoking allowed inside casino, smoke from deep friers, ovens, stoves, toasters) if they offered a better wage I think most people could deal with these issues but it is not enough for me.
Ex employee (Former Employee) – Casino – 29 August 2015
This is a fast paced job but so unorganized because of the manager but she is moving on and promoted hopefully. If they have a decent replacement then it would be a good job. The previous manager that just got promoted was not a personable person and I found that there was a lot of entitlement issues and unfair practices and if she didn't like you, you were gone. It does not matter if you are a good worker or not. Good job but management hopefully changes and if fair.
Good job good pay
Retail job, unorganized and depends on the person in management
productive work place, fast pace, lot of pressure.
2nd Cook & Night Shift Closer (Former Employee) – Enoch, AB – 30 April 2014
average work day, long and stressful but what kitchen isn't. I learned how to close and run the back of house line on my own and learned various techniques on how to cook, fast, efficient, and delicious food. The jr. sou chef was an amazing mentor, taught me quiet a few things of the kitchen lifestyle and life itself. management was all over the place for the year i have worked there probably seen at least 6 managers. hardest part of the job was the stress of producing the best quility of food in a short amount of time. most enjoyable part was knowing the line and teaching others, as well as working as a team.
free lunches, good people, tax free if you are aboriginal like me