Prep Cook/Stand Attendant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 July 2013
Shifts sometimes fly by at Woodbine with a friendly staff and co-operative management helping you to accomplish your daily tasks on a daily basis. Learning to mass produce product in a fast food environment as well as catering to more niche clientele is a skill in it's own. The customers sometimes get riled up over the gambling nature of the business but it isn't unbearable. Good place to work... lack of advancement oppourtunities will eventually steer you away however.
TV crew (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 February 2017
I worked there at TV department over 10 years. I had to work early morning, late night including weekend and holiday. They do not allow union so you can not claim overtime and gas mileage to other location. Most crew left within 2-3 years or they kick you out with some unreasonable fact. But high position guys they suck lots of money and benefit because it is non profit company so they have to spend all profit before year. I regret why I worked there long time. Never try this stupid company for your life!!!
Server (Current Employee) – Rexdale, ON – 4 February 2017
I've been there for almost 16 years and only gotten a $1 raise and the prices of living has gone up $100's. it has also lost its Clientele due to poor management and not paying out compared to other casinos. I'm looking to get out of the serving industry and looking to learn something new something more dependable with pay and hours.
Administration Offices (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 27 October 2016
I love coming into work, there is always something fun and exciting happening around here. My manager is great and gives me the opportunity to take on special projects that allow me to feel like I am a contributor. I really enjoy the people here, everyone says hello in the halls (executives included). Challenges have to do with bringing a company forward in the future with lots of history and tenured employees.
Work life balance
The property development will take a long time to complete
Nurse Case Manager (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 26 October 2015
Professional provision of treatment( first aid, health programs and counseling), disability case management. Ensure clinic efficiency (equipment and supplies) and timely response to communications electronic, phone and review dates. Fulfilling with acknowledgement of service from employees, supervisors and service providers received. Assisted clients through difficult health issues, personal crisis and workplace incidents. Unique working experience as entertainment facility and contact with the horsemen and also special events such as Queen's Plate.
continuing learning experience with variety of requirements
Cashier/Teller (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 October 2015
I had to count cash at start of the day, set up machines for staff, open safe hand out floats...Turn on channels for the racing. My job was to service the public in a timely manner and be accurate with requests...End of the day balance cash, take all floats from other employees and place into safe in sealed number bag...I was to be prompt, on time and polite to customers at all time.
free food, good salary, good bosses...and co- workers
getting to work in rush hour and short notice calls
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 January 2015
Fun Workplace - Great People - General office Duties - Very Hospitality so no concept of weekends. Great Entry Level Position and good starting wage. If you like horses then this position is great as you get to see them often. Mid Managment are very helpful and friendly.
Paddock Attendant (Current Employee) – Campbellville, ON – 19 December 2014
I really enjoy working here because theres a lot of really nice people and the pay is good. each day is the same set up but the outcomes are different, you make great relationships with not only the employees but also the customers. there are long hours and its a bit of a drive to get there but its worth it once you are there. i really enjoy the people and the environment