Banquet Server (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 20 March 2018
Work experience is any experience that a person gains while working in a specific field or occupation, but the expression is widely used to mean a type of volunteer work that is commonly intended for young people — often students — to get a feel for professional working environments.
Money Count Team Member (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 18 December 2017
-I worked for almost 14 years in a graveyard shift; -Nature of my job is physically demanding and repetitive; -Everyday we pulled and replaced all the cash money boxes from all the slot machines and table card games and poker chips; -After pulling from the gaming floor, we opened all cash money boxes and count all the incoming cash for the day; -We does the data entry, verification of all transaction receipts from each cash money boxes; -We reconciled all the money and balance; -We complete all the verification of transactions and make a days report.
Always fun in cash handling counts and volume balancing.
Permanent graveyard shift and coins and chips boxes are physically stressful during lifting, pulling, carrying and opening
Table Game Dealer/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 21 September 2017
Secure gaming chips, assigned to different gaming table depends on the skillsets. It's not easy to get to know everyone from the same department due to its high turnover rate. Life will be affected especially working overnight.
Extremely tight salary cap space, lack of promotion opportunities
Dealer Supervisor (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 26 February 2017
2002 – 2005 I was a card dealer in River Rock Casino, I have learned all the games, and spent a good time in the game with the customer for the past 3 years. In June 2005 I promoted the Deale Supervisor until now. In the past 12 years I have learned how to provide good customer service, but also aware of how important it is to provide a good customer service and every time I help a client or solve a customer problem, they will be grateful and sweet smile will make me feel very happy. This is an unforgettable journey of life.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 4 December 2013
On a typical day I would do cash escorts, Customer service everyday. Take used playing cards from tables and bring them back to the card room. Sit with Cage Managers in the vault. Maintain a Safe and Clean Working environment.
Free breakfast, lunch and dinner
when someone does not show up for work in time to relieve your from your post
Guest Services Supervisor (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 15 September 2012
The hardest part of the job is the emotional labour that is seldom recognized by management. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people I work with. They are great people with family to raise, with future plans and dreams.