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1 February 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Venetian Casino Resort Inc?

Pros

Benefits are excellent. Corporate culture as a whole is positive and employee training opportunities and classes are good. Good corporate events and community involvement. Good place with great benefits and free, covered parking if employee is thick-skinned and can handle upper management. (not all are bad!)

Cons

Upper management in several departments exhibit extremely cliquish behavior and attitude and team members do not have the opportunity for improvement or advancement because of these cliques. Unwillingness of upper management to consider new ideas; stagnation rather than innovation. Multiple departments remain content in doing "what is" or "has been" instead of forward motion to enhance what is possible at these properties.

Advice to Management

Senior management, HR: take the time to really "hear" the employees and create a safe environment for communication. The TM surveys are in place, but many fear truly expressing themselves because department directors display an unwillingness and disinterest in truly looking out for and hearing the team. Consider putting in place a way of streamlining processes - suggestions take two-three years from initiation to implementation!

Unwillingness of upper management to consider new ideas; stagnation rather than innovation.

1 February 2020

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1 February 2020

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Venetian Casino Resort Inc?

Pros

Benefits are excellent. Corporate culture as a whole is positive and employee training opportunities and classes are good. Good corporate events and community involvement. Good place with great benefits and free, covered parking if employee is thick-skinned and can handle upper management. (not all are bad!)

Cons

Upper management in several departments exhibit extremely cliquish behavior and attitude and team members do not have the opportunity for improvement or advancement because of these cliques. Unwillingness of upper management to consider new ideas; stagnation rather than innovation. Multiple departments remain content in doing "what is" or "has been" instead of forward motion to enhance what is possible at these properties.

Advice to Management

Senior management, HR: take the time to really "hear" the employees and create a safe environment for communication. The TM surveys are in place, but many fear truly expressing themselves because department directors display an unwillingness and disinterest in truly looking out for and hearing the team. Consider putting in place a way of streamlining processes - suggestions take two-three years from initiation to implementation!

Good corporate events and community involvement.

1 February 2020

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