Engaging 2,500 employees and building strong learning communities
Station Casinos is one of the largest gaming, hospitality, and entertainment companies in Las Vegas. From butlers, to celebrity chefs, to housekeeping staff, their workforce is diverse and geographically dispersed. With Workplace, they are connecting people and properties, and helping deliver an excellent brand experience to customers.
How Workplace Helped
Bridging the gap between the corporate office and frontline workers
Every year, Station Casinos celebrates Housekeeping Week in September to thank their hard working housekeeping team. Last year, Station Casinos' hotels shared the fun and games of Housekeeping Week with the rest of the company via pictures and Live Video on Workplace, strengthening the bonds between staff in the corporate office and frontline teams.
Building learning communities
With Workplace, Station Casinos has launched several leadership development pilot programs with the Game Slot and HR divisions, as well as a company-wide learning pilot program. Participants in leadership development programs are invited to a private Workplace group where classroom-style discussion takes place, and there is a solid support community beyond the formal program.
Bringing more delightful moments to work
Executive chefs in Station Casino hotel restaurants create incredible works of art on a plate and share them on Workplace for everyone to see. The events management team shares sneak peeks of famous artists performing live in concert venues. Workplace has allowed people to share and delight in these moments at work, which has boosted employee engagement and morale.
“People actually enjoy using Workplace. It's allowed people to open up and be who they really are, rather than being one way publicly and another way internally.”
Vice President of Organizational Development, Station Casinos