The Star Entertainment Group
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30 questions about working at The Star Entertainment Group
I agree with the sentiment, "its a sinking ship". middle management is great to its staff. upper management doesnt care about its employees at all. they only see the bottom line. at the end of the day, "You are just a number to them"
Answered 23 April 2019
Long hours for casual
Answered 23 February 2017
The work type was stressful and hard working but it was satisfying, I kept good fitness and made great friends
Answered 23 February 2017
-Corporate-Business Support-Department ManagersEveryone else would have been stood down.
Answered 9 January 2021
You get 10 sick days a year with 3 sick days without needing to provide a doctor's certificate. sick days accrue every year. if one goes over their sick days, they need to provide a doctor's certificate every time they call in sick until those sick days are covered
Answered 10 May 2019
Answered 14 October 2018
I wear forma attire black pant white collar shirt.
Answered 22 August 2018
Purely focus on five star personalise customer service, Upselling and wide range of customers.
Answered 19 August 2018
$ 57K per year.
Answered 2 July 2018
It takes a while to get hired. there's a group interview conducted. if you are accepted, your training will last for 2-6 weeks. training is paid at the lowest level for dealers.
Answered 13 March 2018
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