Club Card Representative (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 13 February 2017
The hardest part about working at a casino is that you see people on their worst day. The ones who lost their rent money or child's college fund. It can eat at you. You also see the homeless and elderly who spend open to close at the casino because they have nowhere else to go. It can get to you. While I love my co-workers and my job, the environment is starting to not be a vibrant and fun place to be. It has begun to take an emotional toll.
excellent benifits, great co workers, meeting people from all over the world
seeing people on horrible days and having to help takes an emotional toll
NETWORK AND CLIENT SUPPORT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 12 June 2017
Like working in bedrock: Whistle blows, you slide down the dinosaur tail at the end of your shift and you are DONE! But, not for the family person. Long shifts, all hours. Lots of unions, so you get pigeonholed with tasks. Head office IT staff did all the project work, so site team swapped tapes, helped users with desktop issues, etc.
i learned alot about different techniques of money management skills. the management was very helpful and understanding and patient with each co-worker. the co-workers were a joy to work beside.the hardest part was entering courientcies into computer.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 3 January 2016
Company full of racist minds. Immigrants are doing their jobs but still being picked by their accents. Culture of not allowing employees to rest and being denied time off to recover sanity.nazist organization.
A/V Production Coordinator (Former Employee) – 830 Empress St Winnipeg Manitoba Canada – 10 February 2015
During my 16 years with Manitoba Lotteries, I was able to advance my career and work along side of some very talented individuals. Our team provide the best A/V production from video shooting editing, photography, Large and Small Event Productions using the latest technology in the A/V industry.
Food and Beverage Supervisor (Former Employee) – Club Regent Casino – 26 October 2014
I have been with this organization for nearly 4 years and I have literally enjoyed every minute.
There is so much room for advancement at Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries (formerly Manitoba Lotteries and Manitoba Liquor Control Commission) as long as you are committed to the journey. I went from a simple restaurant server at Club Regent to a supervisor then to the assistant manager of a liquor mart in less than four years. They are also putting me through school at the University of Manitoba to earn my Certificate in Management (CIM). They pay 100% of my tuition and books so long as my grades and my performance at work are satisfactory.
The people at Club Regent casino are some of the best people you will ever meet. From the cleaners to the dealers to the many management teams, you will never work with a finer group of individuals. They will be like your second family.
Great people, great pay, great room for advancement, amazing benefits
working with customers that have gambling or alcohol addictions
Dir Service Programs & Org Effectiveness (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 3 September 2013
Learned so much at MLC!
Working for the government of Manaitoba was an exciting opportunity. The company believes in the development of the teams. I had the opportunity to participate in many projects, teams, and educational programs.