Career Advice

Why are work friendships important?

by admin / Feb 15, 2016 / 0 comments

It is important to have good relationships with people around you at your casino work. People spend up to third of their everyday life at work, so workplace friendships are the key to getting less stress in your life. It makes employees more motivated, increases morale and communication.

So, it’s a good idea to have friends at work. But how to make friends while remaining professional? Here are some tips:

Be appropriate. Do not share too much about personal things with coworkers. Also, try not to talk about religion, politics and economics.

How to Stand Out at Your New Casino Job

by admin / Jan 21, 2016 / 0 comments

So, you got that job at the casino that you wanted. Congratulations! But don’t relax your efforts yet, you need to show that you’re a responsible and professional employee.

Be on time

Show your punctuality by showing 15 minutes earlier every day. If you’re up early at your desk, it makes you seem like a professional and makes you stand out of the crowd for your management. Early birds get the best worms!

How to make your temp job at casino your career

by admin / Dec 29, 2015 / 0 comments

In the gambling industry there is a demand for temp and/or seasonal positions. Many casinos and hotels look for the temporary dealers, waitresses and other employees. If you found yourself in temporary position and if you want to stick around in this company, don’t give up!

Types of casino jobs

by admin / Nov 12, 2015 / 0 comments

When you think of working in a casino, the casino floor jobs come to your mind first. It’s dealers, cashiers, waiters, pit bosses… But did you know that casinos have a lot of other job openings?

Whether you want a job in Las Vegas or Monte Carlo, they probably have a position for you. Every casino has a lot of jobs – from security to high-rise corporate. Huge casinos employ all different kinds of workers: entertainers, designers, electricians, engineers, even animal handlers.         

How to Create a Positive Atmosphere As a Casino Manager

by admin / Nov 10, 2015 / 0 comments

Casino might be all fun and games, but when it comes to success, it’s not a time to gamble. Casino employees need to be 100% engaged with customers to create an unforgettable experience!

If you’re working in casino management, you need to engage your employees in their work. Look for their preferences too – happy employers make a positive atmosphere!

One of the problems in casinos is absentees’ problem. If your workers often miss their shift, are late or otherwise unproductive, you need to deal with it.

Casino Cashiers Safety

by admin / Aug 21, 2015 / 0 comments

Casino cashiers sit in a “cage”, and are often referred to as a “cash cage”. They are providing patrons with chips in exchange for cash, and cashing out their winnings.

Bars that surround the cashier do prevent robberies. It keeps the potential robber from reaching into the cage or touching the cashier. This creates a separation between customer and employee too.

How to become a Casino Surveillance Operator

by admin / Aug 17, 2015 / 0 comments

Casinos have cameras almost everywhere; there’s no “blind spots”. Every gambling table, hallway, parking garage – everything in casino is covered by eye-in-the-sky, and everything is watched by surveillance operators.

A skilled surveillance operator can find a job basically in any casino – big or small. Also, surveillance operators are needed on cruises and racetracks. Everywhere where money changes hands someone needs to watch it!

Working at the tribal casino in USA

by admin / Aug 14, 2015 / 0 comments

Tribal Casinos are one of the fastest growing markets in many states of the U.S., but if you want to work at one you need to understand what you’re signing for.  

Native American reservations are considered to be on their own sovereign soil – as if they are a foreign country. That’s why they can build casinos on their land and that’s why tribes usually do not subject to US employment laws.

Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada to Host Job Fair 12 August

by admin / Aug 10, 2015 / 0 comments

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada will fill additional positions during a job fair this Wednesday.

The job fair will take place from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. in Nevada rooms 8 and 9. 

Employment opportunities are in the housekeeping, laundry and environmental services (EVS) departments.  

Cocktail Waitress Job At The Casino

by admin / Aug 06, 2015 / 0 comments

Casino employs not only dealers – there are a lot of other jobs at casinos, like barmen, waitresses and technicians. Cocktail waitress job can be fun and rewarding way to earn your living – it’s stable and very well paid. In Las Vegas this job can be considered a career!

To work as a casino waitress you don’t need a higher education or certificates – it’s a perfect entry-level job. A lot of casinos train their own servers and don’t need previous experience. Although with the experience you can have more money in tips and maybe even salary.