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okay lets get this straight everyone is getting the hourly rate in wich they agreeed to when they signed up i do know personaly that rate fro a dealer is not 3.50 a hour plus tips never was just a another atempt to make casino look bad as far as gettting local 10 or anyother union in that is up to the employees not this or any other paper but if they are using deception now ( stating a dealer makes 3.50 plus tips) what would happen if they do get in
As a employee of the casino alot of what was said in the above posts were untrue as a dealer we were all told in advance what to expect.The casino has been open for only a few weeks. If anyone thinks that it they can run it with no hiccups please apply im sure you would be hired. I have only had to work a normal nine to five five days a week, eight hours a day. As for the insurance it is not six months its ninety days the same as every buisness i have ever heard of. As far as the training it was free cost nothing but time. What company is going to train you for free before you are hired background check wich didnt cost us anything as well as the drug test. Lets get real folks do you want a criminal or drug addict handling large sums of money. people got what they signed up for if it didnt work out they need to look at themselves and see why. As far as the cost of the gaming liscense once again we were told in advance how it was going to work. So the question here is the problem the casino or the people that either cant or wont do what they were hired for.
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