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What Employees Say
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Pro at Konami Gaming, Inc..
- "Good benefits" was the most mentioned Pro at Caesars Entertainment.
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- "Casino" was the most mentioned Con at Caesars Entertainment.
I worked at Konami Gaming, Inc. full-time
- Great coworkers - Low stress - Very little overtime
After COVID hit in March, we were very quickly shuffled to working remotely. This transition went more or less smoothly. Mid-May (and after a month long furlough in April), we were all told we were... required to be physically back in the office by the start of June. All protests about safety, effectiveness in working remote, or anything else were shut down completely. We were told that upper management did not trust people to work from home. Upon returning to the office, compliance with wearing masks and social distancing was extremely low and left entirely up to the individual. At the end of June, two employees tested positive for COVID and Human Resources did not inform us until weeks later, and seemingly only because word started to spread about the positive cases. Konami's response to the pandemic has been, much like the US response itself, a case of putting profits before people. I understand when you work at a large corporation like this, you are just a column in a spreadsheet at some level, but the flagrant disregard for employee well-being and the refusal to acknowledge and adapt to the extraordinary circumstances of a global pandemic soured my opinion of this company faster than I ever could have anticipated. Steer clear of working for Konami until well after COVID is gone or until you hear that they have made a complete shift in their policies.
Advice to Management
Get with the times. If tech companies that control fundamental pillars of the modern world are able to successfully shift to remote work, a slot machine manufacturer can too.