Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Careers and Employment
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue$5m to $30m (CAD)
- IndustryNon-profit & NGO
SIGA was established with a mandate to: Create employment for First Nation people; generate positive revenues for First Nations; and partner on economic development projects that benefit our shareholders and communities. We do this through the operation of seven entertainment destinations throughout Saskatchewan.
A non-profit organization, 100 per cent of our net income goes back to our communities.
Salary estimated from 715 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
My overall experience working at SIGA's Gold Horse Casino was mixed. Most days I'd feel like I was toiling away with my life, but I felt life I had no purpose there. I learned in the past year to be more open to people around me whether it be patrons or co-workers. Management was just fine. Workplace culture felt a little toxic to me. Dealing with knowing my position in the casino. Getting to talk to my co-workers and patrons.
It starts out very supportive but quickly changes to talking behind the back, management lying and not being supportive, their motto means nothing and hard work goes unnoticed and unappreciated.
The management and staff were very friendly and knowledgeable and always willing to assist. Management was always available to help you learn and grow.
The higher ups in management are really disconnected from the workers and the strict procedures have little room for late punch ins (even by a few minutes) regardless of how hard you work and how many hours in overtime you help them with. The benefits and salary are better than minimum wage but it’s also a fair drive if you’re not from Whitecap reserve. Not the worst place to work but hard to imagine long term if you want to grow in a company.
Enjoy the slow moments because it can get sometimes overwhelming especially if you are tired. I was surprise and learn some quick napping techniques to improve my productivity within the organization. If you are not prepared to do shift work, then this place isn't for you.
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