Barriere Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Groupe Barrière operates casinos in France, Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe. The group also operates in the French luxury hotel industry and in the catering and leisure industries.

A customer shares his experience on TrisAdvisor.com, "Barrière casino offers no poker, although it exists on their website, just 2 overcrowded tables for blackjack, 1 table of a french game I didn't understand, and many roullettes! And of course many machines on the 1st floor. The worst casino I've ever been doesn't worth a visit."

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Craftsman (Current Employee) says

"normal simple day at work laying asphalt,i learned how to operate heavy equipment, the management need to organize, good workplace culture sometimes,"

Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) says

"Low pay and overworked, only apply here if you want to feel like what a peasant! They have high turnover rate, upper management lets you know your not worth it! Cons: don't do it"

Operator (Former Employee) says

"Always talked about how important safety was but would throw safety out the window in many situations. Will always reprimand the low workers for incidents that were not their fault. On many jobs supervisors were always unorganized."

Supervisor I (Former Employee) says

"Company has major management problems in the industrial division , poor job performance & execution due to under qualified project managers & general superintendent"

Groundsman (Former Employee) says

"The people here is very nice open, but being a groundsman is allot work maintenance, macanic, labor all trim of trades they have 401k and dental insurance well put together company Cons: Short breaks"

Operator (Former Employee) says

"Poor all the way around Rude workers"

Operator II, Q C (Former Employee) says

"No one is going through this weekend to the point where the morning please go back to the room to get the job done and get a new job in the future and the car is getting better"

Laborer/Operator (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend this company to anyone who is seeking advancements unless you are already a Project Manager. Cons: poor management"

Carpenter (Current Employee) says

"This company is not a bad company to work for it is the people that work in the company that spoil it for what it could be they have the tendency of picking favoritism like most jobs and only invented those people that they like and not those I just work hard and what they do if you do decide to come to this job I recommend that you have a goal setting mind and try to make that goal before its long-term stay I would not recommend it the benefits don't pay out Cons: Bad Communication"

Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) says

"Barriere Construction, Asphalt plant. Good company but leadership is terrible. No one in management stands up for their employees. It's dog eat dog. Tread lightly Cons: Get stabbed in the back"

Quality Control Lab Technician (Current Employee) says

"Good Company to work for. Work is usually during the day but may involve some nights and weekends. Work outside in a hot and dusty environment, nice coworkers."

Pipefitter (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed my time with barriere, however they do practice favoritism, I would recommend someone to work here because they have work year round and try to keep you working but when things go bad they will lay you off no matter how hard of a worker you are. Cons: They rush the job. They have favorites. Get mad when you have medical emergencys"

Former Intern - Anonymous Intern says

"I worked at Barriere Construction Company Cons: Didn't like how there really wasn't any training and they kind of just throw you into the mix."

Field Engineer says

"I have been working at Barriere Construction Company Cons: Lots and lots of hours. The project managers are kind of weak sauce and don't really go to bat for their subordinates and do a terrible job of training folks how to do their jobs. The "sink or swim" philosophy rules."